Laws in North Carolina are improving! The statute of limitations on child sexual abuse, reporting laws, and education requirements must reflect the preciousness of our children, and the adult responsibility to protect them.
What will YOU do to protect children?
CHECK YOUR AREA FOR OFFENDERS
Click the link below to look up offenders in your area through the North Carolina Department of Public Safety website.
There are also useful resources and references through the NC Department of Justice website.
Child Sexual Abuse should never happen. It's an adult responsibility to protect our children.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ONE (OR MORE!) OF THE MANY FREE ONLINE TRAININGS AVAILABLE NOW.
NOW IS ALWAYS TIME TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM ABUSE.
Through raised awareness, focused prevention training and shared resources, we
CAN better protect our children.
Together we can help children grow up in a safer, healthier environment in
which they can thrive. Let's do this!
The Positive Impact of a
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention
It takes a collaborative, unified effort to do our absolute best to protect children. Through reporting trainings accomplished in a community, more citizens are encouraged to actively engage and support the efforts to prevent these crimes against children.
The CSA (Child Sexual Abuse) Prevention Initiative is led by a trained prevention specialist. Trainings reported through the specialist go toward reaching community goals.
Darkness to Light statistics prove the increased effectiveness of an initiative.
No single organization or individual can do it all!
More impact. More awareness. More education.
More children protected!
Become a "Steward of Children." We utilize Darkness to Light's child sexual abuse prevention training as our core training. This is a great place to start gaining knowledge about this difficult topic.
Talk about what you've learned and how prevalent this issue is. Everybody has a place to help in the prevention of child sexual abuse.
Keep learning. Keep talking. Keep protecting children. Make our culture safer for them.
Advocate for best practices.