PROTECT OUR STUDENTS

RESOURCES

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Responding & Reporting

NC school personnel guidance for responding and reporting suspected CSA and child trafficking. 

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REPORTING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT

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REPORTING TO SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)

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ADDITIONAL REPORTING RESOURCES

(1-800-THE-LOST) Report internet related CSA and trafficking anonymously.

Consider contacting the Say Something Hotline if you want to provide information anonymously that will be passed along to your school or law enforcement (as needed).

(1-888-3737-888) Report suspected trafficking anonymously. (Child trafficking should also be reported locally.) Resources for assistance also provided.

(1-866-347-2423) Suspected trafficking can be reported directly to federal law enforcement, although child trafficking should be reported locally as well.

(1-800-4-A-CHILD) Consider contacting Childhelp for confidential advice about whether an incident needs to be reported.

 

Crisis Assistance

CSA and child trafficking resources for crisis assistance in North Carolina.

GENERAL RESOURCES

Anonymous reporting system for students, school staff and parents that is connected to your school as well as law enforcement.

(1-800-4-A-CHILD) Provides crisis counseling for victims, survivors, parents and offenders as well as referrals.

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Listing of NC rape crisis centers that provide services or referrals to victims of CSA.

Listing of NC advocacy centers that assist child abuse victims.

TRAFFICKING RELATED RESOURCES

(1-888-3737-888) Provides assistance and referrals to victims of trafficking.

(1-866-347-2423) Suspected trafficking can be reported directly to federal law enforcement, although child trafficking should be reported locally as well.

(1-800-THE-LOST) Contact the hotline for all issues related to the prevention and recovery of child victims, including abduction, abuse and exploitation. 

This listing of local organizations is useful for those who need information on victim or survivor services.

Polaris operates a US directory of local organizations, useful for accessing information on organizations in your community that provide emergency, transitional and long-term services for victims and survivors.

ADULTS EXPERIENCING CONCERNING THOUGHTS ABOUT CHILDREN

Risks, Signs & Grooming

 

Quick reference resources for identifying CSA and trafficking.

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Recognizing the difference between age-appropriate sexual behaviors and child-on-child abuse.

Whole-School Approach

 

Resources for supporting school-wide efforts to prevent, identify and respond to CSA.

(printable reference sheet)

(Contact the CCPT Consultant to learn more.)

A training guide for administrators and educators.

Stop Educator Abuse, Misconduct & Exploitation

STUDENT CURRICULUM RESOURCES

Additional Resources

 

Miscellaneous resources referenced during this training.

RESOURCES FOR ADULT SURVIVORS OF CSA

Stop It Now online help center for adult survivors of CSA.

Online forum and support resources for adult survivors of CSA

Sources Referenced

 

Biographical sources used in the Protect Our Students Training Module.

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