The New Jersey Child Assault Prevention Project, known as CAP, is a statewide prevention program. CAP trains children, parents and teachers to prevent peer assault, stranger abduction and known adult assault. CAP seeks to integrate the best resources of a community in an effort to reduce a child or young person's vulnerability to verbal, physical and sexual assault. CAP projects work closely with local school districts, parent/teacher associations, home school groups and other community groups. CAP has a threefold educational approach to prevention which includes trainings in: staff in-service, parent programs and individual classroom workshops for children and teens.
For more information contact the NJ Child Assault Prevention Project.