Let’s Talk Bermuda – Child Sexual Abuse (SCARS)

News  |  November 14, 2014

November 18th Tv Talk Show with Gary Moreno By SCARS Bermuda... Read more

Prevention Begins with a Willingness to Talk

News  |  September 2, 2014

More than 1,800 people have taken training classes that focus on protecting children from sexual abuse. The free course is run by SCARS (Saving Children and Revealing Secrets), a charity that aims to reduce the risk of youngsters being molested and tries to be a voice for victims and their families. “People don’t want to think about sexual abuse or think it can’t happen to their child but ... Read more

Church Roles Out SCARS Training

News  |  April 12, 2014

Bermuda’s Anglican church has become the first on the Island to train its parish priests to spot and prevent child sex abuse. Clergy from every parish have undergone a special training course by anti-child abuse charity SCARS — and the church now plans to extend the training to lay people like youth leaders and Sunday school teachers. “The clergy and I found the training provided by SCARS ... Read more

Anglican Church Trained in Abuse Prevention and Response

News  |  April 9, 2014

More than a dozen members of the Anglican Church of Bermuda have been certified to prevent, recognize and respond to child sex abuse on the island. The advocacy group Saving Children and Revealing Secrets (SCARS) provided the training to Bishop Nicholas Dill, along with current and retired clergy of the Diocese. It became the island’s first church to ensure that a representative in each parish... Read more

Anglican Church Receives SCARS Training

News  |  April 8, 2014

The charity SCARS [Saving Children And Revealing Secrets], has announced that the Anglican Church of Bermuda has become the island’s first church to ensure its representatives in each parish are certified to prevent, recognise, and respond appropriately to child sexual abuse. SCARS provided the Darkness to Light ‘Steward of Children’ training to Bishop Nicholas Dill, along with the current ... Read more