Checklist for Protecting Minors on Campus: Training to Prevent Sexual Misconduct

November 2015 | 0 Comments  Average 0 out of 5

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Training members of the campus community about sexual misconduct involving children is critical for preventing its occurrence and reducing an institution’s liability. Increasingly, state and federal regulations mandate that institutions train on sexual misconduct and harassment. The April 2011 “Dear Colleague” letter issued by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights directs educational institutions to provide general training on sexual assault, which includes sexual misconduct against minors, to all students and employees.  

Colleges should consider the recommendations on this checklist for identifying and adequately training those who are likely to make or receive reports of potential misconduct. Training tips are included for employees, volunteers, students, contractors, supervisors, children and parents, and the greater campus community.

View the other checklists in this series.


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