The Child Safety and Protection Network offers many ways that you can improve your organizations Child Safety program. We do this though the following:
Child Safety Elements
By sharing ideas and practices from the network organizations, many forged in extremely difficult and painful situations, the Elements of a Child Safety Program has emerged. Network members have access to this body of knowledge.
Inquiry Team Training
Inquiry Team Training (ITT) is one of our most popular services. A common question is ‘What happens when I get a child safety report?’ The ITT aims to equip our members with the tools and protocols to respond effectively to a report.
One of the key tools that the Network offers is its conferences where we gather to share ideas and resources concerning proactive approaches to child safety and protection. Regional conferences have been hosted in the following places:
Our annual conference is a prime opportunity for our member organizations to network together and share resources and ideas. Our guest plenary speakers and workshop leaders provide updated information on strategic topics. The annual conference is typically held in the United States.
An extensive library of documents, policy papers from member organizations, PowerPoint and presentation notes are available for download to registered site members. There is also a resource library that is available for the public.
Member organizations have member care staff all around the world, providing close support and encouragement in all areas.
By providing a close network of members, peer consulting and mentoring is available as members share their expertise and resources with each other.
This is an area for members to engage in conversation with one another, share files, and subscribe to child safety and protection topics.