Child Protection Test
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NAME: First and Last: *
Your answer
Section #1:
1: Sexual abuse can occur without touching. *
4 points
2: Abuse and neglect may negatively affect a child's emotional and social development. *
4 points
3: Exposing a child to pornographic material is not considered abuse *
4 points
4: Not only forced activity, but persuasion can be considered abusive. *
4 points
5: Victims of child abuse often suffer from fear, quilt and anger. *
4 points
6: "Child" is defined as anyone, unmarried under the age of 16. *
4 points
7: Sexual abuse may negatively effect a child for their entire lives. *
4 points
Section #2:
8: Situational offenders are: *
4 points
9: Molesters and child abusers are usually: *
4 points
10: Molesters can "groom" a child by: *
4 points
11: A molester tries to insure secrecy by: *
4 points
12: An offender often: *
4 points
13: Statistics indicate most molester are: *
4 points
Section #3:
14: Which of the following behaviors is not a sign of possible abuse"? *
4 points
15: Identify which action "does not" indicate a form of sexual abuse: *
4 points
16: Your are the sponsor for a child that tells you that she has been forced to watch pornographic movies by an adult, should you report this? *
4 points
17: When reporting sexual abuse, you must report incidents even if you cannot confirm the report of abuse is true. *
4 points
18: Which of the following would not be considered a warring sign of a potential abuser? *
4 points
19: When abuse is strongly suspected, a camp counselor should: *
4 points
Section #4:
20: Which location is most appropriate to meet a camper for counseling? *
4 points
21: Which example is not an example of a camper's privacy? *
4 points
22: When reporting sexual abuse at camp what is your responsibility? *
4 points
23: Which are inappropriate behaviors? *
4 points
24: Close supervision by adults during all swim activities is: *
4 points
25: What is the purpose of this training? *
4 points
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