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|From: CJ Q (homeschoolvideogmail.com)|
|Date: Sat, 30 May 2020 09:22:01 -0700 (PDT)|
sexual abuse records check - This is a very timely discussion. Our developer runs them for us but many of the parents realized that is not a guarantee that sexual predators won't move in. Very few people get charged and convicted. We have former camp counselors and I'm a teacher who works in a juvenile detention center. I get trained every year to look for other teachers and/or guards who may try to groom a minor. So, I proposed that everyone here do a similar training. Unfortunately child abusers need access to children so that's why you find them in schools and camps and we realized that cohousing and intentional communities can also attract since we all love and trust everyone and let everyone have access to our children. I have given two "trainings" so far that I made since my work took off the training once I passed in the fall. Next fall I have to do it again and I"ll let neighbors join me and they can tell me how well my information stood out but by researching I found out that the best way to prevent abuse is to educate the parents (and the kids which is our next step and to support parents who want to do that alone with their children of course) I was wondering what other communities do. I always wanted to move into a commune until I found out they are hotbeds of abuse. I thought that was from drugs or cults but now I realize it's the trust that abusers take advantage. Feel free to write me off list. And I can also share my training slides with anyone who wants (which deals with and asks questions on how we can protect cohousing communities). Thanks in advance, Carol at Emerson Commons, Virginia homeschoolvideo [at] gmail.com
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