This may be old news to some, but I just discovered it and thought it was worthy of sharing. I felt a bit comforted when I saw the things the National Review Board learned from Victims/survivors. They get it. At one level at least.
National Review Board
The National Review Board is an advisory group of 13 laypersons with expertise in such areas as law, education, media, and psychological sciences. The board was established in 2002, when the U.S. bishops adopted the to oversee efforts of the Office for Child and Youth Protection. The National Review Board is responsible for a three-year being undertaken by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and due for release in 2011. The study looks at the clergy sexual abuse of minors problem to ascertain what factors led to it and how it can be prevented going forward.
Ten Things Victims Taught Us