Worried About Child Kidnapping? Learn About The Common Lures, Places And The Most Dangerous States
October 23, 2018
To protect your child from kidnapping, you should know who is more likely to be abducted, as well as where and how it can happen. All of us have heard stories about bearded men in dark grey coats that lure girls and boys with candies, toys, or some kind of a cute animal into their minivans and sexually abuse and then murder them. But do things like that happen in real life? Let’s figure it out and learn the typical cases that can help us to prevent similar scenarios from happening to your child.
Statistically, more than 700,000 children go missing each year. This doesn’t necessarily imply they are being abducted, as nearly 90% of these children simply misunderstand their parents or come home late enough to make the family anxious and worried. You should know that despite such huge numbers, nearly 99% of all missing children cases end up positively – they come back home safe and sound. Now that you are a bit calmer, we will describe the most common child kidnapping scenarios.