CPCM has six major goals and 48 supporting objectives that address a comprehensive approach toward ending child sexual abuse in South Dakota. The objectives of this plan will increase the state's capacity to address all forms of child maltreatment.
Create a single-point data agency with management of an intregrated database system to effectively monitor and ultimatly predict indicators assosciated with child sexual abuse in South Dakota.
Build capacity within the public, private, and Tribal health systems to respond to all children and families impacted by child sexual abuse in South Dakota.
Every post-secondary institution of higher education in South Dakota will teach students entering professions where they will be mandatory reporters the skills necessary to perform this task. Every mandatory reporter will receive annual training on detecting abuse and their obligation to report.
Child protection workers and law enforcement officers will conduct a competent and comprehensive investigation of every child sexual abuse case that comes to their attention, and when abuse is substantiated, persue appropriate civil and criminal actions.
Develop self-healing communities through contracted campaign materials to build a movement that ends child sexual abuse in South Dakota. Launch public campaign by the end of 2018.
Create and sustain a network of statewide support and effort to move the goals of Jolene's Law Task Force forward.