Victor Vieth

Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center

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Founder and senior director at the Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center, which prepares child protection professionals to recognize and report the abuse of children

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Sexual abuse is an especially heinous crime, and there's unwavering popular support for tough penalties.

Does Public Shaming Guarantee Public Safety?

Sexual abuse is an especially heinous crime, and there's unwavering popular support for tough penalties.

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