Checklist for Protecting Minors on Campus: Managing Contractors and Student Educators

November 2015 | 1 Comments  Average 0 out of 5

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Whether it's a vendor providing security services or a company managing facilities on campus, the potential for contractors to have access to children poses a risk for sexual misconduct. In addition to contracting with outside vendors, many higher education institutions offer internships and community service programs that involve students working with children.  

To ensure the safety of children on your campus, these risks must be understood and addressed in institution policies and procedures. This checklist is recommended to ensure that proper oversight and risk mitigation strategies are in place when contractors and student employees have regular or unsupervised access to minors.

View the other checklists in this series.


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