How we support schools
At The Guardian we stay on the forefront of child protection, from both a reactive and proactive perspective. Our workshops and products are based on what we learn in our investigations. As children are placed at risk because of new trends and clever grooming techniques in both the real and cyber world, we pride ourselves in staying as close to these changes as possible and disseminating the information learned as quickly as possible to children, parents and educators. Every staff member is passionate about making a difference to the number of crimes against children in South Africa for two reasons. One, it’s our job and two we are parents like you, and we to want our children to grow up in a safer country.
Anonymous Reporting App
- Learners can report anonymously on anything that is challenging them.
- The reports can be managed within the school by appointed Ambassadors and Investigators.
- The school can appoint as many ambassadors and investigators as they deem fit.
- The school use push notification to inform learners globally of any messages that they may need to disseminate, like “No Blazers Today”, “Sport cancelled because of rain”, “Hamburger special at the tuck shop”.
If you have contact with children in your work environment, you need to be cleared.
Our specialist investigations include Sexual Assault, Paedophiles,sexting, grooming, Bullying and more.
Our dynamic workshops address threats we regularly identify in our investigations.
Proactively fighting crimes against children is extremely important and ultimately can make the difference.