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Abuse Prevention

Loss trends indicate that sexual abuse is more common today than most people know. Potential offenders are constantly looking for opportunities with the least amount of resistance. No matter if you serve children or older adults, your organization is at risk without a comprehensive abuse prevention program.


Maintain organizational compliance by providing written policies and procedures in daily operations. Establishing a culture of consistent reporting helps set your organization up for readiness in the event of an abuse case.


How an organization chooses to respond to situations when abuse occurs sets the mood and tone of the organization’s culture. Your response could be the difference between an effective abuse prevention program and one that fails.

Loss Control Categories

Take proactive action to prepare for different types of loss.