On demand education & coaching that
GIVE KIDS A FIGHTING CHANCE TO THRIVE
Get the program that empowers communities to defend their youth
On Demand Education Videos
Our ever-growing library of on-demand education videos will take the challenge out of protecting kids.
Once a month, POP holds a member-only session to coach you on crucial implementation skills and answer your questions.
We don’t just give you the content and leave you to it. You’ll get professional development, course workbooks, and data to assess program effectiveness.
Protecting Kids Should Not be Such a Challenge
Without the practical skills needed to defend themselves from
threats and achieve their goals, it’s going to cost them.
- Mental health will worsen
- Online predation will go on rising
- Abuse & exploitation will grow
- Youth suicide rates will increase
- Children feel alone and defenseless
- Graduation rates will keep declining
You don’t have to wonder where to begin. Join Power Over Predators and get everything you need to be equipped with the tools necessary to protect youth. Be an advocate who doesn’t just say they care — you’ll actually become a part of the solution.
“You showed me that there are a lot of predators out there I didn’t even know how to recognize. You are helping & saving a lot of lives.”
10th grade female
“Where has this been all of my life?!? Now I know how to avoid toxic relationships!”
12th grade male
It’s a program that gets to the heart of students and the serious issues that are going on.Dustin Williams, Pima County Superintendent of Schools
Schools must teach students body safety. It’s nice to hear of the great work that Power Over Predators is doing in prevention education.Erin Merryn, founder of Erin’s Law
Power over predators teaches kids and staff to recognize exploitation. Once trained students and staff have been able to identify victims and alert the authorities.Josephina Sabori, US Department of Justice
Imagine a World Where Kids are Free to Achieve Their Goals and Dreams
“For the first time in my life, I have hope.” – 9th grade male
“I learned I have a reason for why I’m here and that my life matters.” – 10th grade student