Free Training Available to Help First Responders Recognize and Report Child Abuse and Trafficking

First responders are in a unique position to encounter abused children. However, the majority of U.S. states don’t have any mandatory education for firefighters on recognition or reporting. On the Job and Off offers a course to make sure that all first responders have the knowledge to recognize the signs of child abuse, neglect, and trafficking and are equipped to report it correctly. Learn more and take the C.A.R.E.S. (Child Abuse Recognition & Reporting for the Emergency Services) training for free here.