This week KidCheck CEO, Alex Smith, and Angela Lewton, Child Protection Specialist, sat down with Craig Cable of Group Publishing for a free webinar entitled “Through the Eyes of a Predator”. Craig is the Church Safety and Security Director for Group Publishing. The webinar was […]
There are seven key elements that contribute to a comprehensive screening process. These elements include:
A written application
A local, state, national and FBI background check
Social media review
Motor vehicle report
Establishing a waiting period
The application lays the foundation for the remainder of the six elements and […]
This is the second post in our series, “Gaining Leadership Support for Improving Child Safety”.
In Part #1, we shared some steps on how you can encourage leadership to take child safety and abuse prevention seriously and offer their support. We covered points on why leadership […]
When sharing information on improving child safety, a question commonly asked is, “How do I get leadership in my organization to take child safety seriously and offer support?” Although it’s a good question, it’s unfortunate in today’s world it even has to be asked. All […]
This is a guest post from Kenny Conley. Kenny is an author, speaker and NextGen Pastor at Mission Church in Gilbert Arizona. He is also the founder of childrensministryonline.com a place designed to encourage, equip and inspire those who minister to kids.
In the post, Kenny […]
Partnering with other companies has always been an important approach for KidCheck. Through cross-system collaboration KidCheck provides several benefits for organizations looking to improve child safety and increase value-added services for their families and members.
KidCheck has two integrations. The first is with Breeze Church Management […]
Praise is the greatest encouragement for a child. Encouragement to a child creates curiosity and fascination, which then sparks imagination. Imagination matters, because it influences development. According to Sir Ken Robinson, an expert in early childhood learning and development, “imagination is the source of all […]
As a leader in child safety, we’re always excited at the opportunity to share the latest information on how to keep kids safe within ministry. On February 26-27, KidCheck will be attending The Children’s Pastors’ Conference (#CPC2Day) in La Mesa California, as a both a […]
Unfortunately, we’ve recently seen too much news coverage regarding multiple causality shootings, with the most recent being at a community college in Roseburg, Oregon. To date, it’s been estimated that in the United States “379 people have been killed and 1094 injured in mass shootings […]