CACLOGO7.5rawwithwords“Protecting Our Children: Lessons Learned from Sex Offenders” was developed by Corey Jewell Jensen, the Co-Director of an Oregon based sex offender treatment program (the Center of Behavioral Intervention) and is based on her work experiences and knowledge gained directly from convicted sex offenders.  The workshop provides first-hand information by convicted sex offenders to educate adults about the warning signs and steps to take to better protect our children.  The program is taught by trained Prosecutors, Investigators, Advocates and Clinicians who have direct experience working with child abuse victims and offenders. It is intended for parents, caregivers and the general public, especially anyone who works with children such as teachers, social workers, clergy, youth-based organizations, etc. This is NOT appropriate for teens or children, adults only.

Topics include:

  • How and why adults sexually abuse children.
  • Common “grooming tactics” used by offenders.
  • Practical child and family “rules” for safety.
  • Addressing the growing number of offenders and “predators” living in our community.

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Please contact us for a presentation: (845) 808-1400 or putnamcac@putnamcountyny.gov

Resources:

NYSCA Caregiver Reference Sheet