How Safe is your Campus?

In today’s legal climate, college campuses are installing cameras around campus.  With the changes in Title IX and Clery reporting, having video surveillance is essential.  When an allegation of misdoing is brought forth, video evidence can help provide clarity in the situation. United Educators created a document that provided a checklist for conducting sexual assault […]

Online Voting Starts This Week!

It’s time to start voting for your favorite CAC and help us end child abuse! ONLINE VOTING: February 2, 2015 at 8 a.m. – March 8, 2015 11:59 p.m. We will be choosing two CAC’s a week to feature on our website. Increase your chances to be featured by: Liking iRecord on Facebook FollowingiRecord on Twitter Subscribing […]

Minimize Impact on Survivors

When is the last time you considered ways you could protect survivors of child abuse? Those who have been through the trauma of child abuse may have to tell and retell their version of events.  This can re-traumatize someone, especially a child.  Through recording, the story need only be told once, thus making the experience […]

DVD Recordings: The Preferred Choice in Child Abuse Cases

Interviews with victims of child abuse can be the primary source of information you receive during a case, which is why it’s essential that you capture as much on audio and video as possible. Learn more facts and stats from the National Children’s Advocacy Center on how interviewers are using electronic recording systems to capture […]