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College steps in to save statewide child assault prevention program

College steps in to save statewide child assault prevention program

GLOUCESTER TWP. — The motto of the New Jersey Child Assault Prevention program is “Empowering Children to be Safe, Strong and Free.” That mission seemed in jeopardy earlier this year when the Educational Information and Resource Center announced it was closing because of budget woes. The EIRC […]

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Camden County College is Our Headquarters

NJ CAP is pleased to announce that Camden County College is the new headquarters for our Statewide CAP operations. Camden County College is one of the largest, most comprehensive community colleges in New Jersey and the surrounding region and is a vital resource for transfer education, workforce […]

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NJ CAP Events for Child Abuse Prevention Month

NJ CAP Events for Child Abuse Prevention Month

Every year NJCAP RTC raises awareness across the state on Child Abuse and Awareness Month by: Sending a press release about the month and how the CAP program strengthens children and families through the prevention of abuse and bullying. These releases to all major online papers and […]

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

“The family is the backbone of our society” was not only a saying of the late Ronald Reagan, but also a sentiment shared by many Presidents throughout our nation’s history. If this quote is true, if the family unit is integral to the wellbeing of our society; […]

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NJ CAP Facilitators Jane Papin and Hannah Marcus 30 Years!

NJ CAP Facilitators Jane Papin and Hannah Marcus are recognized for thirty years of empowering the children of the state of New Jersey to be Safe, Strong and Free! Debbie Tedino, CAP Coordinator of Bergen County and Advisory Board Member presented each Jane and Hannah with a […]

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Woman Fights to Strengthen Kids Against Sex Abuse

Woman Fights to Strengthen Kids Against Sex Abuse

ATLANTIC CITY — As a little girl, Erin Merryn knew to beware of the man who drove up to her lemonade stand and offered her change to come over to his van. But she didn’t know what to do about the sexual assaults she suffered for years. […]

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16 Charged in N.J. Child Porn Crackdown

16 Charged in N.J. Child Porn Crackdown

TRENTON — State and federal officials have charged 16 New Jersey residents with using online file-sharing networks to distribute child pornography, authorities said. The defendants — among them a teacher and a school bus driver — were arrested as part of a statewide sweep that found individuals […]

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South Jersey Middle School Teacher Charged

South Jersey Middle School Teacher Charged

South Jersey middle school teacher charged with sexually assaulting student. Victim was under age of 13, police said A South Jersey educator has been accused of molesting a student. Gloucester Township police said Friday that Ann Mullen Middle School teacher Chester Ingraham, 65, of Sicklerville, faces charges […]

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NJ CAP’s Statewide Poster Contest

NJ CAP’s Statewide Poster Contest

NJ CAP’s Statewide Poster Contest received over 200 submissions. The theme for the posters was to be Safe, Strong & Free Worldwide! The children who participated in the contest came from all over the state and the winners came from south, central and north Jersey. First Place […]

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Middle School Celebrates 25 years of Implementing the CAP Programs

Middle School Celebrates 25 years of Implementing the CAP Programs

Celebrating 25 years of Implementing the CAP Programs In honor of Child Abuse Prevention month, Carole Ciurczak, Coordinator of the Warren County CAP project presents Jonathan Beyer Vice Principal of the Hackettstown Middle School and Superintendent Jeannine DeFalco of Knowlton Township Elementary School certificates for 25 years of […]

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NJ CAP is a RTC of the International Center for Assault Prevention. It partners with state, national and worldwide prevention advocates.