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Best Practices for Child Protection in Churches and Ministries Webinar-On-Demand

This Webinar-On-Demand will focus on the Best Practices for Child Protection in Churches and Ministries with Bob Flores and Scott Ward of Gammon & Grange, P.C.

Churches and other nonprofits face daunting challenges in faithfully stewarding the children and the ministries that God has entrusted to them. New technologies magnify these challenges even further. Ministering to a sexually broken culture requires churches to simultaneously combine pastoral care for sexual offenders with strong protection for the vulnerable. Past abuse allegations can surface decades after the events, making it difficult for ministries to investigate and respond correctly, prudently, and faithfully and to do justice to both those who may have been victimized and those whom the ministry exists to serve.

Drawing upon their decades of extensive experience in investigating and prosecuting child abuse and in advising ministries about preventing and responding to child abuse, in this webinar attorneys Bob Flores and Scott Ward of Gammon & Grange, P.C. will address challenges that churches and ministries are facing. Topics covered will include: (1) protecting against the child protection risks created by social media and other technologies; (2) wisely investigating and justly addressing allegations of historic abuse; (3) fully protecting children and other vulnerable persons while effectively ministering to sex offenders; and (4) obtaining insurance coverage that will be there when it is most needed.

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