Agencies are welcome to send their representatives to any area of the world for CSPN events. Request an email notification when events are added below.

Overview of Events Types

Annual Conference:

seminar-graphic-1This multi-day event offers a variety of child safety workshops covering BPS, advanced ITT training, and other professional development opportunities to representatives from CSPN member agencies (or those planning to apply). Annual conferences are now held in the USA and Asia, and we are working toward them being held in Europe, Africa, and Latin America. Call for Topics/Presenters: Please contact us with your ideas.  

Orientation to CSPN:

This half day event offers the foundational overview to the Child Safety and Protection Network. It is a prerequisite for every individual attending CSPN events, and is available immediately preceding them, or is offered as part of a one-day conference which also includes an overview of CSPN Best Practice Standards (BPS).

ITT (Investigative Team Training):

stock-seminar-500This 3 day event offers intensive training for how to respond to child abuse reports as laid out in the CSPN Best Practice Standards (BPS). It is recommended an agency sends 2-4 representatives to the same ITT event. Prerequisites: The agency must be a CSPN member at the Associate or a Full level, and the representatives it sends must attend an Orientation to CSPN (see above) and commit to attending every ITT session. 

You can request an email notification when additional events are announced here.

Upcoming Events

The following events are currently open for online registration:

Contact Us

Child Safety and Protection Network
7255 W. Camp Wisdom Road
Dallas, Texas 75236-5623
USA
214.699.4155

 

Our Mission

In support of our common desire to provide a safe and rich experience for the children of our staff, we are resolved to collaborate together in creative new ways to:

  • Develop and deliver common education and curriculum for the "network"
  • Share resources between us in the "network"
  • Develop common response and care protocols