Child Sexual Abuse Material (Child Pornography) Resource Toolkit
This toolkit represents the collected resources of the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) movement to respond to the complex needs of victims of child abuse images, also known as abusive images, child sexual abuse material, or child pornography. Thanks to NCA's CSEC Collaborative Work Group (CSEC CWG) for their efforts to collect resources across the field and create new content especially for CACs in addressing the needs of these victims.
Please contact Nicole Wilbon and the CSEC CWG if you have a resource to add to the toolkit at email@example.com or by sending her a private message through NCA Engage.
Related content: Child Sexual Exploitation Resource Toolkit
Improving the Response to Victims of Child Sexual Abuse Material
ONLINE TRAINING RESOURCES
Seeing Beyond the Picture: Advocating for the Victim of Child Sexual Abuse Images TrainingContains 13 Component(s)
This training explains the world of Internet crimes against children, primarily focusing on child sexual abuse images, and the crucial role victim/family advocates play in aiding victims and families in these crimes.
Handout: Online Child Exploitation (Day One RI)In our ever-changing technological landscape, internet safety is a vital priority in ensuring the healthy lives of children. It is important to know what children are doing online, what technologies exist that can potentially leave them vulnerable to exploitation and to have honest conversations about online safety. There are a few distinct elements in online applications that are concerning to maintaining online child safety.
Sextortion of Children in the United States (FBI)A fact sheet for parents and children
Kid Smartz - Tips for Parents: Setting Physical Boundaries (NCMEC)Helping children understand that they have the right to “Tell people ‘NO’!’” if anyone tries to hurt them or touch them in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable is an important, though sometimes difficult, task. But establishing boundaries around touch is integral to keeping kids safe. Use the tips below to help guide children and other adults when setting the norms and boundaries.
Child Sexual Abuse Materials Protocol Development ToolThis protocol development tool may be used as a guide when developing a protocol for your local jurisdiction and should not be viewed as all encompassing. This tool was developed as a resource by National Children's Alliance (NCA) Collaborative Work Group (CWG) with focus on Child Sexual Abuse Materials and Exploitation.
Rhode Island Uniform Response Protocol for Child PornographyThis protocol was developed to address and support not only the victims displayed in child pornography, but also potential victims in the lives of possession offenders and victims of sextortion. This protocol aims to promote the safety of families, increase access to services, provide comfort for delayed disclosure, provide support for non-offending caregivers, and increase communication between disciplines.
Survivors' Survey Full Report 2017 (Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc.)We are now seeing more and more victims of child sexual abuse whose abuse has been recorded reach adulthood. Information from these individuals offers a lens into the distinct challenges faced by victims of this crime. To better understand this aspect, the Canadian Centre launched an international survey in January 2016 for adult survivors whose child sexual abuse was recorded and that was, or may have been, distributed online. Since that time, we have had 150 survivors participate in the survey and contribute valuable details and information about their experience.
The complex experience of child pornography survivors (Child Abuse & Neglect International Journal)This research explores the complex experiences of survivors of child pornography production. The study was conducted among a convenience sample of child pornography adult survivors, using an online survey which included a series of open-ended questions. Nearly half of respondents reported that they felt the production of sexual images caused specific problems that were different from the problems caused by other aspects of the abuse.
Trends in Online Child Sexual Abuse Material (ECPAT)Definitions of what constitutes online-facilitated child sexual abuse and exploitation are both varied and subject to change, and as noted by a recent study, the terms used in research are often different from those used for legally defined crimes, which also differ between, and on occasions within, countries.
NCMEC - Coping with CSAM ExposureProvides information on how to report and cope with nonconsensual exposure to CSAM online. Tips are provided for adults as well as children who have been exposed to CSAM online.
NCMEC - Support for Child Sexual Abuse Material Survivors & Their FamiliesProvides information on NCMEC’s resources for CSAM survivors and their families and outlines the rights available to CSAM victims.
Reconnecting with Your Child (NCTSN)Building Relationships After Suspected Sexual Exploitation
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