Child Protection League keeps you abreast of current issues and how to take action to help us protect our children. Our special projects or campaigns extend our reach to inform and assist in this endeavor.
White Paper: Privacy and Mental Health Research on Child Harm and Legal Liability
©The Reisman Institute 2019
Authors: Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D. and Mary E. McAlister, Esq.
Child Protection League has released and published this landmark, comprehensive and exhaustive scientific and legal research on the harm done to children when their privacy is violated.
Please use this thoroughly documented White Paper as a resource for legislation, administrative policies, school policies, lawsuits, and business policies being considered or challenged. It is useful for research, writing, forums, debates, and campaigns for public office, always giving proper credit to the authors.
- Summary of White Paper
- Full Report: Privacy and Mental Health Research on Child Harm and Legal Liability (PDF)
CPL Webinar Project
CPL has launched our Informational Webinars Project to address the important, pressing issues of the day. The webinars are broadcast live on our YouTube channel and later posted to our webinar page. Our goal is for our webinars to be a source of information for parents, teachers, grandparents or anyone interested in protecting our children.
If you have a topic you would like CPL to address in one of our webinars, please let us know at Contact Us. We would love to hear from you!
Parental Rights Project
This collaborative project provided support for legal action to block government agencies from exploiting children by adopting policies that violate their privacy, cause emotional and developmental harm and strip responsible parents of their lawful rights and authority over their children. We would like to thank the Thomas More Society for taking on this important case.
The trial reached the US Supreme Court; however, the judges did not add this case to their scheduled docket. Therefore, the rulings of the lower courts stand and the case was closed. Read the history of this project at Minnesota Mom Sues Over Usurpation of Parental Rights