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Get Educated Now About Preventing Child Abductions and Molestations
By Wayne Hinrichs 
Jul 14, 2010, 15:20

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Every day in America, over 2,000 children are reported missing. If you have a child: There is a 1 in 100 chance your child will become missing this year. Nearly 1 of 8 children are molested by the time they turn 18.
Child abductions occur so frequently when a child is on their way from school. So it is very important that the child abduction prevention safety studies that a parent and child pursue makes mention of that. Child abductions have been known to happen in broad daylight, while a child is on their way home. Child abduction is the equivalent of a nuclear blast to a family. In many ways, having a child abducted and not ever knowing his or her true fate, like the Etan Patz case, is worse than the child's actual death. Child abduction is a serious and traumatic crime. While everyone has become aware of frightening "stranger kidnappings," abductions are most often carried out by people who know the child.
Child molestation - with its at least 39 million adult survivors and more than three million child victims - can end. The problem we face is getting the word out. Child molestation charges in California carry heavy and permanent social stigmas in addition to serious legal consequences. California's Megan's Law allows the general public to view information, including addresses and pictures, of people who have been convicted on child molestation charges. Child molestation; aggravated child molestation. Upon such first conviction of the offense of child molestation, the judge may probate the sentence; and such probation may be upon the special condition that the defendant undergo a mandatory period of counseling administered by a licensed psychiatrist or a licensed psychologist.
Child molestation is one of the most horrid and insidious crimes imaginable. It is a crime so low that even other hardened criminals view it with disgust. In fact, it is so harmful; its victims are affected for life--and often carry their "secret" with them throughout adulthood. Talk to your children about the reality--every adult is not to be trusted, and if any adult ever makes them feel uncomfortable or asks them to do something they don't want to--they should say "no!".and tell you immediately. Child molestation is used to describe actual sexual contact between an adult and someone who has not reached the legal age of consent. Pedophilia is an adult who is sexually attracted to children but does not always act on those desires.
Child molestation is a crime that used to be hidden in the memories of its victims. Today, people are beginning to see the importance of reporting this crime. This is a crime that is charged more often than most people realize. Even though it is a relatively common criminal offense, is it a very serious charge and those convicted will face harsh penalties. This sick crime is a felony, and many perpetrators receive lengthy prison sentences, even if they have had no problems with the law in the past. Once released, individuals convicted of child molestation are often forced to register as sex offenders.
The abduction and molestation of our nation's children is a very serious crime that can affect a victim forever. Victims suffer higher rates of school difficulty, depression, substance abuse, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, eating or sleeping disorders, and suicide. The prevention of Child abductions and molestations is an extremely volatile and emotional topic that must be dealt with between parent and child.
Child abductions are the most horrible thing that can happen, next to the child's death. There are very simple ways to protect your child from a child abductor or molester. Child abduction prevention is a serious subject that should not be taken lightly. However, I am still amazed at the number of instructors and systems, even nationally recognized systems, that continue to promote not-so-serious techniques and strategies.

And when it comes to stopping the abduction and molestation of our children: DNA Kits, The Amber Alert, I.D. Programs, Fingerprints, and Tracking Devices do absolutely nothing to prevent children from becoming missing. They only are used once the child is missing. Most people don't realize that only around 1% of child abductions even qualify for the Amber Alert. In order to qualify, 3 conditions must be met:
1. There must be a good description of the abductor.
2. There must be a good description of the vehicle used in the abduction.
3. There must be a confirmation of that vehicle's license plate number.


About the Author: Wayne Hinrichs believes very strongly that our children need to be protected. Oprah and John Walsh strongly endorse this system. To view the only proven system that prevents child abductions, Go Here Now:

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