This is a great article from a man who knows exactly what should happen to protect a boy.
The best advice is to be morally clear: the perp (no matter how much you might have loved and respected him) belongs in jail; the child is innocent. Keeping your emotions under control, reassuring the boy he is beleived and protected is good. You don’t want to traumatize with the the state you are going to kill the perp even though you may want to.
And the advice to go straight to the police and to get counselors for the boy is great advice as well rather than confronting the perp and the organization is great instruction for parents and even witnesses.
A school teacher who sees a coach molesting a child should call the police before even going to the school administration because the child is at such a disadvantage and needs law enforcement professionals to deal with the problem without everyone being tainted by a CYA, perp loving school administration.
There is no guarentee the school’s leaders are morally clear at all on the subject of homosexual men raping boys; especially teenage boys. They have mostly permitted adult child homosexual clubs in their schools and that right there shows they are a moral and physical danger to boys opening them to the sexual manipulation of grooming in order to please the demands of perverted adults who even want to be in man/boy sex clubs.
Call and email EVERYBODY, and let them all know who else was notified.
This way, from the get-go, all parties know that everything is “on the record” and no coverup is possible.
I agree, SaraJohnson. As parents and grandparents... we simply have to educate ourselves. To me, it isn’t any different than when we would read books about taking care of babies. It is simply an education that we can’t afford to miss. IMHO.
Here's a funny story. My wife was spec ed teacher. One 2nd grader started missing school. Got back to the school the father was using his son to deliver drugs on his bike, why the boy was missing so much school. Wife called the local social services agency like she was advised. They claimed they couldn't do anything, low priority, that sort of thing. Then she called the local police dept. They parked out in front of the dad's house. Finally, dad came out to see what the problem was and cops told him they weren't leaving until his kid was back in school, ha ha. Kid never missed anymore school that year.