National Child Protection Training Center releases Silent Tears Report!

25 Jun 2013 10:06 AM | Adrienne Hoffman-Lewis (Administrator)
Excerpt from the Press Release date June 24, 2013 from Victor Vieth, Executive Director of the NCPTC:

Two years ago, child protection professionals and community leaders in South Carolina discussed with us the possibility of conducting a study of professional and community responses to child sexual abuse with the hope of developing reforms that would not only help children in South Carolina but throughout the country.
 
The study, entitled Silent Tears, is now complete with steps underway to implement the recommendations. Since many of these recommendations may be of assistance to other states, we have posted both the executive summary and the full report on our website.

To review the Silent Tears report, click here.
 
As noted in our report, South Carolina has been a leader in many aspects of child protection including forensic interview training, child abuse prevention, undergraduate and graduate training of child protection professionals, and effective collaborations between faith and child protection communities. Silent Tears is yet another pioneering initiative from our friends in South Carolina and we thank all of them for their stellar work on behalf of children.

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