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Missing, Exploited and Murdered Children
The news this week across our nation has been sad to follow regarding missing and exploited children. Find out how to keep children safe in this evil world.
Teach Children How to Say No
From an early age, parents teach children to respect authority, as well as their elders. Yet by teaching children to respect authority and elders, unequivocally, and without question, is in reality setting up a child for exploitation. Teach children to say "No!"
K-9 officer's and their furry counterpart are amazing when working together, especially when looking for a lost child.
Travel Safely with Children
Keep in mind that when traveling safety must remain a top priority. Safety is the key for fun in the summer sun whether at home or abroad. Now is a good time to establish or review basic safety rules for the family.
Etan Patz is one of the first children to bring strong focus to the cause of missing children, and the search for Etan Patzs never stopped, due mostly to the dedication of Etanís father, Stanley Patz. Do you know anything about this missing child?
Talk to your children about safety while online. Set limits for regarding suitable sites and make clear what personal information is appropriate to share and what is not.
Grooming Techniques of Predators
When a pedophile takes special care to facilitate a trusting relationship with a child and or the childís parents, he or she is in the act of grooming. The meticulous grooming pattern begins with a pedophile identifying his or her next victim.
Tina Isa America's Honor Killing
Honor killings take place mostly in third world countries, although in November of 1989, Saint Louis gained National attention in what became one of the most publicized honor killings in the world.
Exploited by Gangs America's Forgotten Children
Children are recruited in to gangs as early as age 7 or 8, and the gang quickly becomes a child's home. The gang is always there for the child, and once in a gang, it becomes a lifetime commitment. There is usually one way out, only one way, in a wooden box.
Recognizing Child Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation
Tragically, everyday children survive abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Even more tragic is that someone ignores the red flags or obvious acts of abuse and does nothing to help.
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