This article, entitled "Vetting Potential Child Threats in Non-Profit Organizations," is courtesy the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Each day, as many as 150 individuals with criminal records apply for positions with nonprofit organizations, many of whom are registered sex offenders. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children reports that, on average, a serial child sex offender will commit 150 acts of molestation against a child prior to being caught.*
How can youth-oriented non-profits keep predators out of their organizations and keep kids safe?
In the video below, Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation President Steve Salem & Robbie Callaway, board member National Center for Missing and Exploited Children explain their national child protection policy and how it can help non-profit organizations keep kids safe.
*Data gathered as part of an FBI survey conducted amongst incarcerated child molesters.