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Meeting held on child sex abuse in NYC schools
NEW YORK (WABC) -- An emergency meeting was held Saturday in Brooklyn to help educate parents on the warning signs of child sexual abuse in New York City public schools.
State Senator Eric Adams and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer called the meeting at a church in Crown Heights.
It's in response to the recent arrest of two teacher's aides.
During the meeting a former sex crime prosecutor gave parents information on warning signs, and provided tips on how to talk to children about the topic.
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