I like Stop It Now's training and information to make ADULTS responsible for policing adults (and junior staff) as part of it. We need to yes, admit it's going on, and ASK kids if someone has made them uncomfortable, touched them, forced sex on them. ASK adults about their feelings toward children when you have "a funny feeling". If that makes you uncomfortable, DEAL WITH IT. Because think what a child or teen goes through when you don't. Don't avoid it. Take responsibility for protecting kids.

You just said there's no complete protection in those three measures. Why stop there? There are other ideas. Thanks for a thoughtful article.