DDAA – Child Sexual Abuse and Human Trafficking Prevention Education

Child Sexual Abuse and Human Trafficking Prevention Education

School Personnel Education Regarding Child Sexual Abuse and Human Trafficking—

The District shall provide, every other year, training to all school personnel on responding to a disclosure of child sexual abuse in a supportive, appropriate manner and on the mandatory reporting requirements of Utah Code § 53E-6-701 (regarding abuse by school personnel) and Utah Code § 62A-4a-403 (regarding reporting of child abuse). The training shall also address human trafficking and identifying children who are victims or may be at risk of becoming victims of human trafficking or commercial sexual exploitation. “School personnel” to receive training include all school employees, whether licensed, part-time, contract, or non-licensed.

Utah Code § 53G-9-207(3)(a)(i) (2019)

Training Materials—

The training required under this policy shall use the instructional materials prepared and approved by the State Board of Education.

Utah Code § 53G-9-207(3)(b) (2019)

Evidence of Compliance—

The District must provide evidence of compliance with these training and instructional materials requirements upon request of the State Board of Education.

Utah Code § 53G-9-207(7) (2019)