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does come up you can find out who is lying or doing something they shouldn’t be. Don’t have children and teachers in and enclosed room have big windows that that you can see into or have open classroomsthat people can see into. Have the teachers go through classes or whatever it may be to learn more about abuse. Know the signs, learn about age appropriate sexual behavior, create polices, and implicate rules that will not only protect the children but the employees as well. How should investigators and therapists proceed when a child or their parent makes such allegations?“Children's statements are crucial elements both as the basis of a decision about whether to report and as a part of an actual investigation.” (Princeton, 2016) Investigators should proceed by questioning absolutely everyone that is involved with the child and anyone who works at the center. All parties in thesituation will be affect and it is not something that should be taken lightly nor should people jump to conclusions. Therapists should ask children questions that will not lead them in any direction and should ask direct questions. Anyone questioning the child should make it clear to the child that no matter what information the child give he or she will not get in trouble for anything. Don’t even tell the child that if