Child Protection Center Asks for Community’s Aid in Reporting Abuse

The Giving Coast

SRQ DAILY MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY SEP 21, 2020

The Child Protection Center (CPC) and child advocacy centers across the country are preparing for the expected increase in abuse reports as children re-enter schools and society. “There have been a lot of children who have been at home for the past six months without their trusted safety net to help them when they were unsafe,” said Michelle McSwain, Director of CPC’s Personal Safety and Community Awareness Program. She reminds the community that we are all mandatory reporters in the state of Florida. “As we are back to being in-person with children, keep your eyes open for a child who may be in an unsafe situation.”

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