Parent and Staff Child Abuse Prevention TrainingChild Abuse: Identification & Intervention and Sexual Conduct
FOR PARENTS: See access instructions below
FOR EMPLOYEES: Please access the training using your District SafeSchools login
SafeSchools Training is an online system that allows schools districts across the state of Oregon to easily train staff members on school-related safety issues. SafeSchools courses have been authored by nationally renowned experts, and has been endorsed by a number of school boards and superintendent associations nationwide.
As a district parent, you may register to take suggested training for Child Abuse: Identification & Intervention
and Sexual Conduct: Staff-to-Student
Register and Take the Parent Child Abuse Prevention Training Free:
Click on or enter the address above into your internet browser, and you will be taken to the registration page where you will enter your basic information, including a username.
To begin a course, click on the blue title link and follow the prompts. To earn a certificate of completion, you must complete all sections of a course and pass the quiz.
Your participation will help to make Ashland School school district a safer place to work and learn!
Oregon Department of Human Services Abuse and Neglect Website
Information for Children and Teens
What You Can Do About Child Abuse, Department of Human Services (English)
What You Can Do About Child Abuse, Department of Human Services (Spanish)
Daytime phone numbers
After hours phone numbers
||866-840-2741 toll free (Dedicated child abuse hotline)
||Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
||911 or local law enforcement agency:
Jackson County Sheriff 541-774-6800
Ashland Police 541-488-2211
Butte Falls Police 541-865-3200
Central Point Police 541-664-5578
Eagle Point Police 541-826-9171
Gold Hill Police 541-855-1484
Jacksonville Police 541-899-7100
Medford Police 541-774-2200
Phoenix Police 541-535-1113
Rogue River Police 541-582-4931
Shady Cove Police 541-878-3200
Talent Police 541-535-1253