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    Child Abduction Effect

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    for the victim and family. There are two main types of child abduction, family abduction and non-family abduction, and each type involves varying information about developmental and psychological effects. Motives of the abduction vary by offender as some motivations suggest the need for control, order, and significance. Child abduction is a serious criminal act and should not be taken lightly, and the author plans to provide insight on the motives of offenders, psychological effects, coping measures, and treatment of child abduction using the research presented in this paper. This paper will use the story of Elizabeth Smart to discuss the effects of child abduction on the child and their family as well as the coping measures applied to assist with proper treatment in child abduction cases. The author will explain in detail the motives of these abductors in an effort to further explain motives of offenders who abduct children.…

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    American Abduction Epidemic? Are missing children an American epidemic? While many parents fear that it is, I disagree. In fact, I believe there is an irrational fear surrounding child abductions and “stranger danger” in The United States. This is evident when examining the actual statistics as opposed to listening to the media’s portrayal of these incidents. Throughout this essay, you will read some of the statistics of fear, the media’s role in causing this fear, and why parents are…

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    Austen Emick Mr. Belmont College Composition 8 September, 2016 Informative Title Each year there are around 258,115 child abductions. That is around 707 a day. Each child abductor has a reason for taking these children. Some for ransom, sexual assault, a child of their own, trafficking, custody disagreements, revenge, and more reasons that are less common. Whatever the reason may be, abduction of children is a very big problem in today’s society. Almost every child abductor has something…

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    right. Child abduction is a very serious problem. In the United States alone, every 40 seconds a child becomes missing or abducted. The amount of adults that are abducted is two times less than the amount of children abducted. Why is that? Predators have realized that children are much easier to trick and take advantage of. As they learn new ways to trick young children, kids need to be more informed about warning signs of a predator and learn new ways to protect…

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    PREPARATION OUTLINE Purpose Statement: To inform my audience about parental child abduction. Thesis Statement: Parental Child abduction accounts for most abductions committed, though difficult as they are, police officers do their best job to end the situation the right way. Introduction Attention Getter: (holding my son) This here is Landon. Landon is mine and my husband’s son. Now, if I were to get into an argument with my husband and take our son without telling him, would that be considered…

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    Introduction This world is comprised of men, women and children. Every day, there is a new child that is born. Every day there is also a child that is reported missing. According to the National Child Kidnapping Facts, there is a small percentage of children that go missing or has been abducted by a stranger each day (1%) (National Child Kidnapping Facts, 2003). In this body of work, a detailed examination of investigation procedures involving child abduction that results in homicide will be…

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    “The abduction of a child is a tragedy. No one can fully understand nor appreciate what a parent goes through at such a time, unless they have faced a similar tragedy. Every parent responds differently. Each parent copes with this nightmare in the best way he or she knows how. “ John Wash , one of the best know parents of an abducted child, spoke out about the fact that there are no possible way to predict the way that families cope, and this is why the way of investigating these abductions can…

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    Child Abduction Movie

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    criminal behavior of child abduction. Child abduction could be separate into two types: family and non-family. The authors want to reveal the expectations of the criminals, typical motivation, typical family or non-family abduction investigations and what precautions may be taken. "Dearest" is a 2014 film entitled "Child Abduction" directed by Peter Chan. The movie starts with a group of parents trying to find their children. Tian Wenjun and his wife have divorced. Wenjun had found that his son…

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    lot to say on the matter of family abductions. Their research talks about what exactly is family abduction and a lot of other things that go into the process and its statistics. They also talk about the different types of laws and how they pertain to the matter. There are many factors that go into the requirements for a “family abduction”. It is defined as, “The taking or keeping of children in violation of the other parent’s rights of custody”. The Uniformed Child Abduction Prevention Act says…

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    Infant Abductors Essay

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    Abstract The abduction of infants throughout the United States is not a crime that is very frequent in our society. This is mainly because the process of abducting an infant involves massive amounts of planning and coordination to pull it off successfully. Manipulation and dominance can be causal factors in motivating infant abductions. Infant abductors are known to act in response to manipulative demands from a partner. The typical infant abductor, primarily recognized as female, will display…

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