Which risk management principle matters most?

Please vote for the risk management principle that is most important to you.  

BOKRIM is trying to establish which of its core principles matter most to sexual abuse and misconduct (SAM) risk managers.  BOKRIM would also like to set the initial list of its core principles in order.  Here is the list of the initial BOKRIM core principles:

Which is the most important to you and in what order of importance would you list the rest?

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Tim Jaggs

I am a Brit who now lives just outside San Francisco.  Though I have given up arguing for “football,” not “soccer,” I am still trying to decide whether football is better to watch than rugby – it’s a very close call – and if it’s OK to admit I enjoy baseball almost as much as cricket.

I have worked with organizations managing sexual abuse risk for over 15 years. 

I created BOKRIM to help people working with children, who often have little risk management experience, to use risk management best practices to protect children from sexual abuse and protect themselves from the consequences of failing to prevent sexual abuse.