(Sioux Falls, SD) — South Dakota advocates are discussing plans to combat child abuse in the state. Many organizations and residents made their way to Sioux Falls yesterday for the Community Response to Child Abuse Conference. The Zero Abuse Project Chief Program Officer Victor Vieth says the conference is important because it provides new guidance for those trying to prevent cases in the first place. Vieth says teachers and doctors need more education on how to spot abuse because they’re in a better spot to report it. Those in attendance agree that the fight will never be over and more will always need to be done.