Creating A Safe Environment

State of the art, research based, facilitator-led, video-based training that provides practical solutions to navigating the many "gray areas" that can emerge day-to-day. C.A.S.E. content is presented in three ways.

Facilitator-Led Discussion

  • Reinforces key teaching points within the program
  • Allows organizations to reference their own policies
  • Strengthens open communication between participants
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Cinematic Video

  • Compelling, cinematic story depicting realistic situations that show the reality of working with youth
  • Full suite of characters that will have viewers self-identifying as the people on the screen
  • Lessons anchored around the storyline within the video to make memorable impressions
  • English, Spanish subtitled, English closed-captioned

Informative Graphic Content

  • A graphic section follows each video segment to teach participants practical strategies to create safe environments
  • How to keep yourself safe by staying within the “acceptable zone”
  • How to recognize and report red-flag behaviors between adults and youths, and more...

Why C.A.S.E?

Praesidium has been working with organizations to protect vulnerable populations for more than 30 years. Over that time, the science of understanding how abuse happens has rapidly evolved, and awareness about the issue has grown exponentially. To create this program, our team conducted a systematic review of current scientific research, our own internal data from delivering training programs, incident data from insurance and legal claims, and years of observations from the field with our wide range of clients.

Professional Filmography

Issue fatigue is common in many organizations with long-term staff. Having a compelling, high-end film helps to captivate the most knowledgeable of audiences and enhances the memorability of all the lessons learned.

Increased Engagement

Because of the innovative format of the storyline, staff and volunteers become highly engaged with the training material. This interaction allows learners to discuss the best practices and how these practices apply to their daily activities.

Timely and Relevant Content

Unlike many other training solutions, C.A.S.E. discusses and highlights the prevalence of youth-to-youth abuse and how to prevent and report it. In addition, C.A.S.E. discusses how to overcome low-level barriers to reporting in order to actually prevent abuse.

Covered Topics

C.A.S.E. content provides practical solutions to help your staff and volunteers to prevent abuse.

Preventing Adult-to-Youth Abuse

Victims and Community Grooming

Red-Flag Behaviors
with Adults

Creating Good Personal

One-on-One Interactions with Youth

Electronic Communications

Preventing Youth-to-Youth Abuse

Red-Flag Behaviors
with Youth

Likely Targets of
Youth-to-Youth Abuse

High-Risk Areas

Responding to
Red-Flag Behaviors

How to Interrupt
Red-Flag Behaviors

Reporting Red-Flag

Suspected Abuse

When a Youth