Thank you for registering for the PCANV June Biannual Call.

Monday, June 12, 2017 at 9AM

Conference Dial-in Number: (641)715-3273
Participant Code: 141093#

Part 1: 2017 Legislative Update - Amanda Haboush-Deloye PCANV
There will be a short recap of the issues and bills relating to children that were passed this past Nevada Legislative Session.

PCANV Legislative Update

2017 Bill Tracking of Children's Issues

Part II: S.E.S.A.M.E.
Presented by: Terri Miller, S.E.S.A.M.E. President, John Pacult, Glenn Lipson, Ph.D., Jennifer Alvaro, John M Seryak, Billie-Jo Grant, Steve Sonnich, and Chester Kent

S.E.S.A.M.E. is the leading national voice for the prevention of sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment of students by teachers and other school staff. Implementing the Concept of Perpetrator Prevention into the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Equation Child Sexual Abuse Prevention started with training children to recognize "Good Touch and Bad Touch," "Good Secret and Bad Secret" and telling a trusted adult. This put the responsibility solely on children to stop child molesters. We've come around to implementing bystander training to instruct adults surrounding children to recognize signs of grooming, symptoms of sexual abuse and proper reporting of suspected child abuse and neglect. The missing piece in the prevention education equation is perpetrator prevention. Adults working with children can be trained to self-assess when they cross mental and physical boundaries. They can be provided a safe place to self-disclose when they recognize they are at risk of offending to receive service and support to prevent acting out and abusing a child. This discussion will focus on "Making Right Choices" to help solve the problem of child sexual abuse in schools with a three-pronged approach; Child Education + Bystander Education + Perpetrator Education = A Safe School Environment to Learn.

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Amanda Haboush-Deloye: Director of Programs- PCA Nevada

Tara Phebus: Executive Director, NICRP