Awareness Center a clearinghouse of concern -- and controversy

By Eugene L. Meyer

Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA), January 2007

There is no unabridged database of rabbinic sexual abusers. But there is the Awareness Center. It's not a physical place, but a Baltimore post-office box, cell-phone number and Web site where online surfers can find a listing of scores of Jewish clergy and hundreds of other Jewish officials in positions of trust or authority who are alleged to be sexual predators. Some of them have been convicted of crimes; some have not even been charged or sued.

Topic: Morality, Communal Responsibility, Justice, Internet, Ethics, Abuse, Law, Crime, Clergy

Name of Publication: Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) Investigative Series: Reining in Abuse

Editor: Greenberg, Richard , Meyer, Eugene L.

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Language: English

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Meyer, Eugene L. Awareness Center a clearinghouse of concern -- and controversy. Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) Investigative Series: Reining in Abuse. Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA). January 2007: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=9955


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