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Jolene’s Law Task Force hears school survey

Dr. Amy Schweinle USD Dept O… (Download MP3)

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) – In a recent University of South Dakota survey for Jolene’s Law Task Force, schools report a wide range of child, sexual abuse cases.

Dr. Amy Schweinle says schools also had concerns over a lack of training, difficulty of talking to parents and frustration with laws and courts.

Schweinle says of the 32 schools responding, report of child sexual abuse range from two to three to fifty over five years.

As seen originally on KELO.

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