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Many sex offenders who will abuse a child are either a well-known family friend or a direct relative of the victim. This means the offender is someone the child already knows and trusts and NOT a stranger hiding in the bushes. So how do you keep your child safe?
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.
Facebook Family Reunion
One social networking source has reunited a mother with her 2 children taken 15 years previous. Find out more.
Family Emergency Evacuation Plan
Our family was caught of guard travelling with our small children when the hotel kitchen caught fire and we were forced to evacuate the hotel.
Forensic Artists Help Missing Children
The process of age-enhancing a photograph can work miracles for a missing or abducted child. Read my article to find out how the process works.
GPS Monitoring of Offenders
Global Positioning System also known as GPS which uses satellite technology to locate you when you use a GPS in your car to navigate around town is also used to monitor sex offender. Sounds high tech right? Wrong. GPS may provide only a false sense of security.
Grooming Behaviors of Predators
Once again, a pedophile uses a God syndrome, in order to place blame on the innocent young girl’s he has violated. The ultimate atrocity is when an adult uses God to gain compliance for sexually abusing a young child.
Grooming Techniques of Predators
When a pedophile takes special care to facilitate a trusting relationship with a child and or the child’s parents, he or she is in the act of grooming. The meticulous grooming pattern begins with a pedophile identifying his or her next victim.
Halloween and State Offender Laws
Missouri has a new law this Halloween requiring registered sex offenders to stay inside between 5 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., turn off house outside lights, and post a sign on their door stating they are not giving out candy.
Halloween Safety and Offender Laws
Halloween is a perfect time for a sex offender to try and lure a child or teenager away into the dark. New laws do not even allow convicted sex offenders pass out candy during the festivities. Find out how to keep children safe on Halloween from convicted and registered sex offenders.
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