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Child Sexual Exploitation

The following publications provide information related to the issue of child sexual exploitation. Publications include resources and technical assistance for families and the professionals who serve them. Additional publications are available regarding general information, missing children, child safety and prevention.

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Missing Children, State Care, and Child Sex Trafficking
Engaging the Judiciary in Building a Collaborative Response.

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Checklist for Public-Safety Telecommunicators
A checklist for public safety telecommunicators when responding to calls pertaining to missing and sexually exploited children.

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Child Molesters: A Behavioral Analysis
Investigative tool for law enforcement and child protection professionals.

Helping Families Prevent Child Sexual Exploitation
Tips for families to help them protect children from sexual exploitation.

Helping Schools & Communities Prevent Child Sexual Exploitation
Action steps for schools and communities to help reduce child sexual exploitation.

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Safe to Compete: An Introduction to Sound Practices for Keeping Children Safer in Youth-Serving Organizations
This document is a framework for youth-serving organizations to guide their development of a sexual abuse prevention program.

Protecting Child Athletes

Tips for Protecting Child Athletes from Sexual Abuse
Tips to help parents assess their children's youth-sports programs and identify "red flag" behaviors.

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Tool Kit for Nonprofit Organizations Addressing the Problem of Missing and Sexually Exploited Children
Tools for those considering the creation of a nonprofit organization.

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What You Need to Know About Sex Offenders in Your Community
A guide to helping community members understand their role regarding sex offender management.

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