Nongprue trains 250 on child-protection processes, laws

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Nattawuth Buapratum, legal chief for the center, provides a law briefing for the seminar.
Nattawuth Buapratum, legal chief for the center, provides a law briefing for the seminar.

Nongprue and the Center for the Protection of Children’s Rights and the Center for the Protection of Children, Women, and Family trained teachers and community leaders how to spot, report and follow through on child abuse.

Sub-district Deputy Clerk Thanet Phuyim and Nongprue Kindergarten Principal Kittisak Sirilert opened the Feb. 24 seminar for 250 local residents active or interested in protecting children from domestic abuse, sexual abuse, exploitation or neglect.

Thanet said the sub-district has been notified many times about child abuse by teachers or community leaders and wanted give them knowledge and help them understand the process that followed their reports.

The workshop was aimed at helping them understand operational methods, risk evaluation and child screening.

The seminar also addressed getting justice or compensation for victims under the Damages for Injured Persons and Compensation and Expenses for the Accused in Criminal Case Act.

Nattawuth Buapratum, legal chief for the center, provided the law briefing.