Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Social media and child abuse

Ribbon graphic by Niki_K [GFDL or CC-BY-SA], via Wikimedia Commons
Yesterday I had the pleasure of talking with professionals from across the country who work as part of citizen review panels (CRPs).   CRPs, according to the University of Kentucky,
are groups of citizen-volunteers who are federally mandated to conduct an evaluation of their state's child protective services agency. This site contains information about each state's CRP, including annual reports, training materials, and other useful information.
The 2012 conference is being held in DC this year and the DC CRP invited me to talk about using media and social media to improve outcomes for child victims of abuse and neglect.   My PPT presentation (also embedded below) was just the start of the conversation.   Session participants asked some great questions and jumped in with thoughtful answers.

If you would be interested in having a similar conversation to jump start your goal-driven social media efforts, email me.

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