Talesin called it right on page 4. Always report, always put the children first.
If they are doing things 99% wrong, let's not pat them on the back for changing to 96% wrong.
As long as they encourage / force children (including older teens) to go out in recruiting work, they should absolutely insist they only work with their parents or grandparents and never with others, including elders, unless the others are third wheels along with the parent.
Always take allegations seriously and tell known molesters and accused molesters to avoid children. Tell parents what websites have listed names, especially when a congregant is on it.
I get that some will use false allegations as a tool, such as in a divorce, so announcing names is probably a bad idea before a conviction. But generic warnings of a strong measure would help. Standing with any child while you encourage them to go to authorities is not wrong and it is not saying you know the accused is guilty. It is helping a congregation member pursue justice when a serious charge is made. If a murderer victim could come forward and accuse someone, we wouldn't debate whether the elders should accompany them to authorities or handle the matter in-house.