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The Child Abuse Network invited Tulsa area school counselors to its facility Friday so they could learn what happens to a child after abuse is reported to the agency.
Counselors were invited in hopes that a walk-through of the process would alleviate any fears or questions they might have about reporting abuse in the future.
Eight Tulsa County agencies renewed a pledge Thursday to work together to prevent violence against children.
At a summit at the University of Oklahoma’s Schusterman Center, agency representatives recommitted to the multidisciplinary team approach to investigating child abuse, and new members of the team were educated about its goals and processes.
Longtime CHILD ABUSE NETWORK supporter Robert W. Plank received the organization’s Distinguished Service Award during a recent meeting and reception honoring donors and volunteers.