Our site is full of information to educate you about many situations affecting children daily. We want your family and love ones have knowledge of what done overcome to prevent these dangers.
As a parent, you are responsible be that positive guiding force in your family’s life. A family is nurturing relationships with utmost compassion, love and care, and supporting their members during phases of hardships or troubles.
In today’s world, we all need to educate ourselves make a positive difference for our children. We hope that you never have to deal with a missing or abused child. No parent should ever have to go through that. This is one club you do not want be a part of.
Children are our most precious resource, but as children, they often lack the skills to protect themselves. An old African proverb stated:”It takes a village to raise a Child.”
Children hold our hopes for a better future. Their status has been a subject of concern for lawmakers, scholars, judges, lawyers, and common citizens. National laws, regulations, international treaties been dedicated to children with increased interest during the last century. Still protection of our children always fell short. Why is this?
John Walsh explains; one of the many reasons, why our country isn’t able to accommodate safety and laws.
John Walsh made this plea in December of 2011. Still nothing has changed for the better and our society will pay the alternate price.
These days our adolescents and teenagers exposed to variety of things that any ordinary parent would want to keep their children away from. Between drug abuse, alcohol, gangs, promiscuity and violence, it’s no wonder that some children become overloaded. There’s a difference between normal teenage angst and true depression. The key is learning to differentiate between the two.
Sadly enough, our children are paying the greatest price with their lively hood.
As a parent, we are responsible to protect our children and to teach them. Our educators should teach children about safety and protection measures. Parent should take an active interest in your children and listen to them. As a society, we can protect our children and teach them be careful in all their endeavors.
People do not realize how many children are missing these days. Static’s claim that 80 % of missing people are children. Many a parent, organizations and law enforcement have taken to the internet help find a missing child. This social media made difference at times. Unfortunately, it has only scratched the surface what needs be done.
Too many children and teenagers have gone missing and not even an “Amber Alert” issued. We need help put an end to these situations for the sake of our children. Our authorities, conjunction with federal government should have a type of “Mandatory Amber Alert.”
Cases like: Hailey Owens, Isabel Mercedes Celis, Ava Enlow, Jhessye Shockley, Max Hernandez, Gabriel Johnson, Kyron Horman, Chelsea King, Monte and Collin Walker did not either have an Amber Alert issued or the Amber Alert was delay by red-tape, miscommunication, etc.
However, when a parent states that their child is missing, taken seriously and not put off as a run-away. Not all children are running away. Time is of the Essence, when it comes to finding a missing child. It can mean the difference in finding a child dead or alive!
In the wake of the Casey Anthony verdict, many states are making plans to adopt some version of what will be known as “Caylee’s Law.” The goal is to prevent similar situations from happening?
We need all State Lawmakers have a bolder and constitutional version of Caylee’s Law.
A bolder version would need parents to report within 24 hours of realizing their child or a child under their care is missing. Additionally, parents or legal guardians would be required to contact law enforcement within one hour of discovering their child had died. Those failing to do so would face criminal charges.
These are just a couple of solutions for our children. We as a society need to come together for sake of our future off springs before it’s too late.