The Cape Cod Times reported Sunday that Rick Braschler, director of risk management for Kanakuk, will speak at a seminar April 12 to help a camp that has also been rocked by scandal.
Braschler, of course, was hired before the latest sex scandal to hit Kanakuk, the filing of felony sex charges involving underage children against former staffer Lee Bradberry, 22, Auburn.
Next month, he will also offer a workshop to teach camp leaders and others in the community willing to pay $100 how to protect children from predators. But the training goes beyond criminal background checks and establishing protocols to report abuse.
"We need insight into how does a person with bad intent infiltrate an organization and then gain trust so they can follow through on their bad intent," Braschler said
An attorney for Camp Good News, which was forced to shut down last summer due to a sex scandal, says Braschler was brought in because "Who better to understand the issues than someone experiencing them firsthand?" he said.
If that is the rationale this should make the workshop even better for Camp Good News, since it will now have a speaker who is once again actively dealing with a sex scandal.