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Missouri Amber Alert - William Ben Ownby
Thirteen-year-old William “Ben” Ownby has now been missing for more than 24 hours. An amber alert remains is in effect for William "Ben" Ownby, believed to be a victim of abduction.
Parent Guide for Emergency Planning
Everyday on the news we hear about family emergencies happening. A family of five perishes in a house fire, a child disappears from a shopping mall...why? Has your family developed an emergency safety plan? Does everyone know what to do or where to meet? Learn how to stay safe as a family.
Jane Doe Teenager Identified - Yesenia Becerra Nungaray
For three years and eight months, Jane Doe had no name, no identity, and no personal history. Her story began May 1, 2003 behind a local diner, among tall weeds.
Designer Thrills - Teen Prostitution Among Middle and Upper Class Teenagers
Designer sex is the term given to teen prostitution or teen prostitutes that have sex for thrills or the money to buy designer items they want but not necessarily anything they need to survive.
Help Find Missing Children in Your Community
What can you do to help missing children? People who want to help look for a missing child can help right from their home. Visit the missing kid’s website and read the stories of the children in your area who are missing.
Where is Trenton Duckett -New Lead Brings Hope For Missing Two-Year-Old
A witness has come forward telling authorities she saw Trenton Duckett and his mother on the day of his disappearance at a Wendy’s drive up window. The witness later saw Melinda Duckett return to the drive up window, with out her son, around thirty minutes from the first time. Where is Trenton?
Digital Cameras Help Keep Children Safe
Use your digital camera on outings to document what your child looks like, just in case something happens. The digital camera gives you an instant picture to keep with you in case you need it.
Zero Tolerance for Child Offenders on Halloween
Zero tolerance means sex offenders cannot decorate their homes with Halloween lights or decorations. On Halloween, offenders cannot turn on their porch light or pass out Halloween candy to children who are trick or treating.
Safety When Walking to a Friend’s House
When my children, ages 12 (daughter) and eight (son) wish to walk to a friends house in our neighborhood, they walk together. I believe in safety in numbers. Never had I imagined my kids might take a different route to their friend’s house.
Who is Your Child Talking to Online Friends
Most of us know our child’s best friend, boyfriend or girlfriend, and their archenemy. How many know our child’s online friends? As parents, many of us are naïve when it comes to our child’s online friendships. The internet affords us some anonymity. Who is he or she talking to online?
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