Your support of ATSA's Prevention and Public Policy efforts will help ATSA work on the following related activities:

  • The ATSA collaborative project Help Wanted: A Prevention Program Advancing the Healthy and Safe Development of Adolescents Attracted to Younger Children
  • Provide to ATSA members, the public, and the media sex offender treatment and management policy expertise, prevention strategies, referrals, and resources
  • Ongoing management of ATSA topic experts to reach out and respond to media and other inquiries
  • Continue to establish ATSA as a leading resource of expertise and commentary in the fields of sex offender treatment, management, and sexual abuse prevention
  • Continue to create and nurture strategic relationships and partnerships with allied professional fields such as sexual assault prevention and victim advocacy, public health, criminal justice, law enforcement, etc. for the advancement of policy and prevention  initiatives and goals
  • Identify emergent and developing issues for policy attention and advocacy including monitoring of and response to federal legislative issues
  • Ongoing education of the ATSA membership and public about prevention and public policy issues and methods of advocacy and response
  • Provide prevention and public policy-related seminars, workshops, resources, and materials at conferences and trainings to multidisciplinary groups
  • Ongoing collection and synthesis of relevant research for use in science-based public policy, prevention advocacy and public education
  • Development of op-eds, policy statements and recommendations for dissemination and policy and prevention advocacy purposes
  • Development of an online library of prevention and public policy materials for use by ATSA Members
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