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Kanakuk Child Protection Seminar – Branson, Missouri Sept 25, 2014

  The Kanakuk Child Protection Plan Seminar

A step-by-step guide to prevent, detect or respond to

child abuse in youth programming

Presenters:

Rick Braschler

Director of Risk Management, Kanakuk Kamps

Senior Risk Consultant, Youth Protection

 Sherri Weiss

R.N., Risk Consultant, Youth Protection

 

Date:                 Thursday, September 25th, 2014  8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Location:            Big Cedar Lodge  612 Devil’s Pool Rd, Ridgedale, Mo (Near Branson)

 

Registration:     Contact Kay Borror at 417-266-3335  keborror@kanakuk.com

For more information:

www.kanakukchildprotection.org

rick braschler

 

The Kanakuk Child Protection Plan Webinar – Child Abuse

Please register for The Kanakuk Child Protection Plan WebinarChild
Abuse
on Nov 26, 2013 10:00 AM CST at: 

 https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7572898785313180674

This webinar discusses the strategy and tactics that comprise The Kanakuk Child
Protection Plan, a comprehensive safety system to prevent, detect or respond to
emotional, verbal, sexual and physical abuses in youth programming. The Kanakuk
System is regarded as one of the most comprehensive protection plans in the
country and is being implemented by youth organizations of all types and sizes.

 John Ashcroft, former U.S. Attorney General states, “I asked two of my partners, both
former United States Attorneys with vast experience in prosecuting crimes
against children, to assist me in reviewing the extensive materials regarding
Kanakuk’s plan. We found the materials to be well-researched, current with best
thinking on how to prevent child exploitation, practical and pointed. In our
opinion, these materials evidence Kanakuk’s substantial commitment to and
investment of resources to the protection of children from would-be predators.
In our opinion, yours is a first-rate program.”

During this one hour session, attendees will learn key abuser, victim and
bystander statistics, faulty historical strategies, the Abuser Behavior Map and
Six Grooming Stages Illustrations, and the Kanakuk Child Protection Strategy.
For more information about the Kanakuk Child Protection Plan, visit www.kanakukchildprotection.org.
 
Rick Braschler, Sr. Risk Consultant and Director of Risk Management for Kanakuk Kamps will be presenting. Rick is a certified risk manager, licensed broker, and has over 22 years in risk and safety experience in developing child abuse protection plans.

 

 

 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email
containing information about joining the webinar.

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John Ashcroft, former U.S. Attorney General, analyzes Kanakuk Child Protection Plan

 

“I asked two of my partners, both former United States Attorneys with vast experience in prosecuting crimes against children, to assist me in reviewing the extensive materials regarding Kanakuk’s plan,” said John Ashcroft, former United States Attorney General.  “In our opinion, yours is a first-rate program.” Continue reading “John Ashcroft, former U.S. Attorney General, analyzes Kanakuk Child Protection Plan” »

 

Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc. Recalls Refrigerated Ready-to-Eat Products Due to Potential Health Risk

Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc. Recalls Refrigerated
Ready-to-Eat Products Due to Potential Health Risk

Contact
Consumer:
1-888-257-7913
www.resers.com1

Media:
Steve
Loehndorf
800-333-6431

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 22,
2013 – Reser’s Fine Foods of Beaverton, Oregon is recalling approximately
109,000 cases of refrigerated ready-to-eat products because it may be
contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria is an organism which
can cause serious and sometime fatal infections in young children, frail or
elderly people and individuals with weakened immune systems. Healthy people may
suffer only short term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness,
nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Listeria infection can cause miscarriages
and stillbirths among pregnant woman.

The recalled refrigerated ready-to-eat products were
distributed nationwide and Canada.

The product is sold in retail and food service
establishments. The packages will be marked with a Use-by-Date or Best
By Date and followed by a plant identifier code of 20. Products
affected
by this recall are listed below.

NO illnesses have been reported to
date.

The recalled products were manufactured at the
Topeka, KS salad manufacturing facility. No other Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc.
manufacturing facilities are involved in this recall.

Consumers who purchased the product may take it back
to the store for a refund or discard it.

For more information please
contact Reser’s Fine Foods Consumer Hotline 1-888-257-7913 (8am-8pm EST) or
visit the FDA website: www.fda.gov2.

 

Does Your Property Conform to the Latest Building Codes?

Does Your Property Conform to the Latest Building Codes?

 
 

Ordinance or Law Coverage

  After a property loss, you may be surprised to learn your damaged or destroyed structure does not conform to the latest building codes.  Then comes the unpleasant surprise of discovering that the “Ordinance or Law” exclusion in the property insurance policy will prevent a full recovery. With building codes continually changing – requiring features like new or improved sprinkler systems, better wiring and handicap accessibility- this dilemma is not uncommon.  That’s why it is important to understand the Ordinance of Law Exclusion- and the coverage that addresses it. Continue reading “Does Your Property Conform to the Latest Building Codes?” »

 

Rick Braschler nominated for 2013 Epoch Award

Rick Braschler, Director of Risk Management for Kanakuk Kamps in Branson, Missouri, and author of the Kanakuk Child Protection Plan, has been nominated for a 2013 Epoch Award.  As stated on their website at www.epochawards.com,  Epoch 2013 honors the unsung heroes; the people who cross the boulevard or the world to serve where poverty, drought, HIV/AIDS, sex trafficking, homelessness, and fear reign. For these heroes, this is more than planting churches and discipling– this is life. rick braschler, epoch award, child abuse prevention

 

The Kanakuk “Abuse Prevention Corridor”

The Kanakuk Abuse Prevention Corridor

The Prevention Corridor (PC) denotes the span of time between peer/peer or adult/child appropriate and legal interaction versus inappropriate and illegal interaction.   The Prevention Corridor may span minutes, hours, days, weeks or even months, and is subject to the type of molester (see above), the method of grooming or boundary reduction, the vulnerability of victims, and the effectiveness of parental or organizational child protective measures. 

Green Region:  The green region represents legal and acceptable behavior as defined cultural expectations and/or program guidelines that comply with state laws. 

Yellow Region:  The yellow region represents legal behavior, but may include suspicious, non-compliant, or inappropriate undertones or behavior patterns. 

Red Region:  The red region represents illegal behavior as defined by state statute and is punishable by law.

Abusers exhibit noticeable behavior actions on the green/yellow boundary in order to gain needed trust from bystanders and gatekeepers, and to exploit opportunities.  The green/yellow regions represent the landscape whereby the first four stages of victim grooming are accomplished. 

Abusers may exhibit subtle, but perhaps noticeable, behavior actions on the yellow/red boundary to exploit weak protective measures, as well as groom potential victims in progression to stage 5 of the grooming cycle.   

In order to prevent child abuse scenarios, youth serving organizations, children and parents must collectively engage in effective strategies within the Prevention Corridor.  For more information on the Kanakuk Child Protection Plan, visit www.kanakukchildprotection.org.

 

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