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    Icon Prevent Sexual Abuse by Improving Volunteer Management at in Public Schools

    While volunteers are a critical part of school functions, they often do not receive the same scrutiny as full-time faculty members. Yet, because they often work with children, sexual abuse by volunteers is a very real and potentially catastrophic risk. Based on claims research, UE offers this guidance regarding volunteer screening, supervision, and training.

    Icon A Guide to Prevent Sexual Misconduct by Campus Health Care Providers

    Health care interactions at student health clinics, sports medicine facilities, and athletic training locations must be a focus in sexual assault prevention efforts. This publication identifies key steps to ensure interactions between campus health care providers and patients are safe and free from sexual misconduct.

    Icon Protecting Children: Shine a Light Video for K-12

    Administrators and educators have a responsibility to protect the well-being of minors. This short video will help to make employees and volunteers at K-12 schools with supervised access to children aware of potential situations of sexual abuse of children or teens in schools.

    Icon Higher Ed Checklist: Reporting Campus Sexual Misconduct: Elements of a Policy

    Establishing a sound campus reporting structure is critical for addressing the risk of campus sexual misconduct, yet many campuses do not include details about reporting in their Nondiscrimination/Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Policy.  This checklist guides higher education administrators in evaluating or drafting their sexual misconduct reporting policy.

    Icon Background Check Fundamentals

    This publication helps human resources administrators assess the soundness of their background check screening sources, practices, and policy. More institutions are implementing background checks for all employees, contractors, volunteers, and other individuals affiliated with the school, to protect community members and the institution’s resources, improve the quality of hires, and reduce organizational risk.

    Icon Higher Ed Checklist: Nondiscrimination Policies and Grievance Procedures Relating to Sexual Harassment

    This checklist covers items that higher education institutions should consider when creating or revising nondiscrimination policies and grievance procedures related to sexual harassment of employees, students, and minors participating in institution-sponsored programs. It is based on federal legal requirements and United Educators' recommendations derived from research and claims experience.