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ATSA Conference registration now open

We received a notice today that registration is open for the 40th Annual Research & Treatment Conference of the Association ...
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Tech platforms still have a long way to go in policing child sex abuse online

"EVERYONE AGREES that child exploitation material should be off the Web. The trouble is actually getting rid of it. The ...
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Congratulations to MASOC on their new newsletter

We just received the inaugural issue of the MASOC Practice Update: Prevention and Progress newsletter. Picking up where NEARI Press ...
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Author Dr. Alissa Ackerman | The Importance of Connection | TEDxCSULB

"Dr. Alissa R. Ackerman offers a new perspective on restorative justice and how it can help those who suffered from ...
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Author David Prescott interview

The Prostasia Foundation is a new organization describing itself as follows: We are a child protection organization that combines our ...
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Incarcerated Pennsylvanians Now Have to Pay $150 to Read

Every year, thousands of people in Pennsylvania prisons write directly to nonprofit organizations, such as Bookem, asking for reading materials, ...
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Canada reluctant to extradite sex offenders to the U.S.

An article on the Florida Action Committee website reports that individuals who flee punishment in the United States for sex ...
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The fight to eliminate cash bail

Our cash bail system is a big reason why the United States incarcerates more people than any other country on ...
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A road map to reduction

The Barre Times Argus -- a well-established Vermont newspaper -- has published an opinion piece drafted by Safer Society Executive ...
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#ThatsHarassment

Actor David Schwimmer has produced a series of PSA films to educate people about sexual harassment. Written and directed by ...
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ACLU offers advice for those reporting sexual abuse

An article on the American Civil Liberties Union website offers advice for people reporting sexual abuse, but may be worried ...
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Webinars from NEARI Press and Training Center

We were on the phone recently with our colleagues at NEARI and heard about their upcoming slate of webinars. We ...
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ATSA New York & ALLIANCE looking for nominations for the annual Fay Honey Knopp Award

The New York chapter of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers and the New York State Alliance of ...
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Publication when family reconnection and reunification

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center has recently published a book for when family reconnection and reunification after child sexual ...
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Geral Blanchard: The Decline in Child Sexual Abuse

Editor's Note: This is the second in our new feature of guest editorials. Feel free to add your thoughts in ...
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Gwenda Willis: Setting Aside the Facts

Editor's Note: This is the first in our new feature of guest editorials. Feel free to add your thoughts in ...
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Important repudiation of George Will’s misguided column on campus rape

On June 6, the Washington Post published a column by George Will titled "Colleges Become the Victims of Progressivism." It ...
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A powerful message about sexual abuse and violence

An important video of Lieutenant General David Morrison, the Australian Chief of Army, was originally shown only to the soldiers ...
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New report reveals serious abuse problems on nation’s campuses

A new report of a White House Task Force details the problematic ways in which 55 major colleges and universities ...
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New Website for Sex Offender Researchers and Practitioners

We just received word of the new Next Gen Forensic community blog, which sounds to us like a valuable new ...
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