The BRACAC is committed to supporting the ongoing professional development of its staff and MDT partner professionals on the response, investigation, treatment and prosecution of child sexual abuse and exploitation.  In addition, the BRACAC provides various training opportunities to the general public.

ROAR (30 minutes)

ROAR is a child-friendly, evidence based program for kids ages 4-8.  During this lesson, a lion named Rex takes children on a journey to find his ROAR, a simple acronym that teaches children that their bodies are their own and to stand up against abuse.  The lesson materials encourage children to continue the conversation at home with their families.


Are They Good For Your Kids?

This training covers child sexual abuse prevalence, grooming behaviors, and strategies for prevention in communities, workplaces, and homes.

As parents and caregivers, the people we bring into our lives impact not only us, but our children as well. There are several things to consider when introducing a new friend, love interest, coach, or childcare provider into our children’s lives! Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky offers advice and guidance.