Rabbi Ronald Greenwald reads a devastation suicide note from a victim of abuse at a JCW event in Monsey.
Rabbi Yossi Jacobson, world renowned orator, addresses the Monsey community on child sexual abuse.
A leading rabbi has told a court that a Jewish teacher was “annoyed at being caught” when confronted with allegations of serious sexual abuse in front of his wife as part of a secret meeting.
A member of a Melbourne school council arranged plane tickets to whisk its principal, wanted on child sex abuse charges, out of the country, a court has heard.
Without question, JCW saved the lives of my son and his friends.
Haim Boukris, 29, of South Fallsburg, was arrested April 23 on a sealed indictment charging him with three counts of predatory sexual assault against a child and first-degree sexual abuse, felonies.
Rabbi Yakov Horowitz, the founder of Project YES, speaks about the improvements made in reporting abuse in the haredi community and the challenges that remain.
A woman who claims she was sexually abused as a teenager by a strictly Orthodox teacher burst into tears in court as she described being ordered to “enjoy it” while she was molested.
First day of a retrial at Manchester Crown Court
Tevel pleaded guilty to only two counts of a “criminal sexual act in the third degree,” which, as described by the New York penal code, constitutes anal or oral sex with someone who is either under 17 or is otherwise incapable of providing legal consent.
Events in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh, organized by Jewish Community Watch and Magen, draw attention to abuse and support survivors.
Report and reflections on JCW’s historic event in Monsey by an attendee
A group of advocates who work to fight child sex abuse is asking New York state lawmakers to eliminate the statute of limitations on certain sex crimes committed against minors. Legislation that would eliminate the time restraints on the reporting of child sex abuse is pending in the state’s Legislature. Advocates plan to gather at […]
Founder and CEO of Jewish Community Watch Meyer Seewald recounts an amazing episode that occurred at the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens.
U.S. based Jewish Community Watch (JCW) to team up with Israeli based Magen for CSA awareness events in Beit Shemesh and Jerusalem
Pattie Fitzgerald, Prevention Education Advisor for Jewish Community Watch, gives parents summer camp safety tips
Republished from the NY Post He lost a lawsuit against Yeshiva University’s prestigious all-boys school involving alleged decades-long sex abuse — so his parents are now trying to make an end-run at justice. In what their lawyer calls a first-of-its-kind move in the state, Israel and Chaya Gutman are set to file a lawsuit Monday […]
The stigma behind sexual assault may deter teen boys from reporting it, putting them at risk of attempting suicide.
Republished from The Guardian. There has been a 60% increase in child sexual abuse reported to the police over the past four years, according to official figures which make public for the first time the scale of the problem in England and Wales. A House of Commons library analysis based on freedom of information releases […]
Britain’s oldest paedophile becomes the country’s most senior prisoner after being jailed at the age of 96 for sexually assaulting girls in the early 1950s
Why has there been such a strong reaction to Sima Yarmush’s speech? In less than 1 week, her 30 minute speech in Los Angeles has been watched over 60,000 times. Why has her speech gone viral and created such a strong response in so many? It has inspired so many victims to share their story […]
Feature article in the Los Angeles Jewish Journal about a brave survivor, JCW and the LA event.
A survivor writes about her life and death struggle with an eating disorder brought on by her abuse.
The prosecution charged Eliyahu Braverman, 30, of Bnei Brak with indecent, sexual acts with a child. Other testimonies alleged that Braverman also committed indecent acts with other children in Modi’in Illit, but their parents had refrained from pressing charges.
Despite the suspicions that their daughters suffered serious abuse, families living in Modi’in Illit refuse to assist the police with collecting evidence for an indictment.