Power Over Predators
Power Over Predators, our newest community partner, gives students the courage and resources to stand up for themselves and make their school a place where abuse is quickly identified and prevented. Students learn to defend each other and receive tangible steps to achieve their personal goals and protect their future.
The program is an evidence-based program developed over 15 years of research and interaction with youth. The Power Over Predators Student Course includes:
- INTERNET SAFETY - INCLUDING CYBER BULLYING, SEXTING & PORNOGRPAHY: which fulfills federal Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requirements by addressing how youth can protect themselves from predators who use the Internet for exploitation through pornography, sexting and cyberbullying.
- ABUSE PREVENTION INCLUDING SEX & LABOR TRAFFICKING: which meets the requirements for the Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2018. Schools can utilize Power Over Predators for required annual Trafficking in Persons education.
- SUICIDE PREVENTION – SAFE, SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIP DEVELOPMENT: Incorporates the eight key Department of Health and Human Service positive youth development standards and includes CASEL’s core competencies of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making. It is geared towards middle and high school students.
Visit www.poweroverpredators.org for more information.
Upcoming FREE Virtual Workshops in Partnership with Power Over Predators:
July 29 | 10am | Introduction to the Power Over Predators Program
An overview of the program and how it can be implemented in your school
August 19 | 12pm | Positive Youth Development
A discussion on implementing the eight key Department of Health & Human Services Positive Youth Development standards
September 16 | 12pm | Abuse Prevention
An overview of the various types of abuse comprising a review of the latest statistics on the abuse epidemic as well as necessary steps for effective prevention and mandatory reporting procedures
October 21 | 12pm | Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship
An awareness to the dangers of online exploitation and how predators behave, including steps for students to practice positive online social responsibility
November 18 | 12pm | Suicide Prevention/Trauma Informed Care
A conversation on the mental health of todays youth: how to recognize the signs of suicide and effective ways to help a child in crisis