Child Protection Policy

Below are the following links to Child Protection Policy, Handbook, and Article.


International Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NEW)
The fine work of the International Child Protection Task Force's fine work is being housed on the website of the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children on a separate portal (Education Portal):


Update from Child Protection Task Force: Recruitment and the Law
A working committee of the International Task Force on Child Protection (ITFCP) is re-examining recruiting practices, in consultation with law enforcement agencies around the world, including Australia/ Canada/ Europol/Interpol/ Netherlands/UK/US.
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Child Protection- A Comprehensive Approach (Clearpath EPM)
A fundamental responsibility of all schools is to safeguard its students. Doing this successfully requires a firm commitment from school leaders and all other school stakeholders. Without commitment, safety, security, and emergency preparedness will be viewed by many as inconvenient and disruptive.
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Child Protection (AISA)
Child abuse and neglect – particularly child sexual abuse – are among the world’s most serious concerns, with millions of children reported to various children’s protective service organizations each year. 
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Student Protection Policy (ASIJ, April 2014)
It is the goal of the American School in Japan to maintain a school environment for all students free from abuse.
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The International Educator Online
Crime and Punishment - and Prevention
by Paul Poore, Executive Director of the Association of American Schools in South America (AASSA)
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Useful resources on ECIS website (click here)