Child abductions that result in murder are rare, but they sure make the headlines. However, even one of these cases is too many. Each year, there are about 100 children who are abducted and later found murdered.
Nearly 3/4 of all children abducted in these instances, are dead within six hours of the abduction. It leaves authorities in a tough position to act in a child abduction. It also leaves it almost completely in the hands of the child to either avoid the abduction to begin with, or to escape and elude death at the hands of his or her attacker.
Most abductions like this are a crime of opportunity. Very few are planned out. So with a little bit of precautions training with your child, you can ensure that they survive any potential abduction.
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