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Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Before It Begins

"Minnesota stands at a very important moment, debating and litigating the future of the Minnesota Sex Offender Program, which is designed to handle the state's worst sex offenders." Listen to Elizabeth Letourneau's interview on MPR News. Click for more info.
Dr. Letourneau will be reframing the issue of child sexual abuse as a preventable public health problem at TEDMED Thursday, Dec. 1. Click for more info.
Read our latest blog at Psychology Today where we explore how a public health approach would work to end child sexual abuse. Read our new blog here.
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December 2016

At the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse, our team conducts original scholarly research and policy analysis to determine best-practice approaches to preventing child sexual abuse using a public health model.

The mission of the Moore Center is to support and conduct research that betters our understanding of child sexual abuse, educate policymakers and the public, and cultivate partnerships with organizations to develop proven strategies that prevent child sexual abuse.