MCASA in the News: ‘I Don’t Believe You’: Prince George’s County Teacher Ignored Child’s Report of Sexual Abuse, Lawsuit Says

Mar 03rd, 2016

Wednesday, March 2, 2016 NBC4 Washington   A lawsuit filed this week in Prince George's County highlights¬†important weaknesses and loopholes in Maryland laws concerning child sexual abuse. The lawsuit alleges that a child-victim disclosed sexual abuse to a teacher, who then failed to report the abuse. MCASA's Executive Director, Lisae Jordan, Esq., commented on current laws regarding child sexual abuse. To read the full article, please click here.   For more information on preventing child sexual abuse, please visit this guide. To report suspected child sexual abuse, contact local law enforcement or Child Protective Services.    

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