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Amber Alert GPS System. Over 50 percent of the children kidnapped in non-family abductions were taken from the street, in a vehicle, or from a park or wooded area. Almost 75 percent of those children kidnapped in family abductions were taken from their own or anothers home or yard. Introducing the new Amber Alert GPS technology that was designed to answer the all-important question, Where Is My Child? Just slip this pager-sized device into your childs pocket or backpack. Coupons, Discounts and Promotion Codes available for Child Location GPS System - AmberAlert GPS
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Child Location GPS System - AmberAlert GPS


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Child Location GPS System - AmberAlert GPS

About one child is murdered per 10,000 missing child reports.

  • In 80% of abductions by strangers, the first contact occurs within a quarter mile of the child's home. In many cases,
    the abduction does, too.
  • Most strangers grab their victims on the street or try to lure them into their vehicles.
  • About 74% of the victims of non-family child abductions are girls.

U.S. Justice Dept.

  • Each year, 3,600 to 4,200 children are abducted by someone outside the family; 1/2 of them are age 12 or older; 2/3
    are female; at least 19% of these abductors are not strangers to their victims. The chance of a minor being
    kidnapped by a stranger is 1 in 560; by a family member, 1 in 180.

- Discover Magazine as reported by Gannett News Service 5/28/96.

  • 85% to 90% of the 876,213 persons reported missing to America’s law enforcement agencies in 2000 were juveniles
    (persons under 18 years of age). That means 2,100 times per day, parents or primary care givers felt the
    disappearance was serious enough to call law enforcement.
  • The number of missing persons reported to law enforcement has increased 468%, 341 in 1982 to 876,213 in 2000.
    FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC)
  • Based on the identity of the perpetrator, there are three distinct types of kidnapping: kidnapping by a relative of the
    victim or "family kidnapping" (49 percent), kidnapping by an acquaintance of the victim or "acquaintance
    kidnapping" (27 percent), and kidnapping by a stranger to the victim or "stranger kidnapping" (24 percent).
  • Family kidnapping is committed primarily by parents, a large percentage of perpetrators being female (43 percent).
    Other types of kidnapping offenses occur more frequently to children under 6, juveniles of both sexes occur equally,
    and offenses most often originate in the home.
  • Acquaintance kidnapping involves a comparatively high percentage of juvenile perpetrators, has the largest percentage of female and teenage victims, is more often associated with other crimes (especially sexual and physical assault), occurs at homes and residences, and has the highest percentage of injured victims.
  • Stranger kidnapping victimizes more females than males, occurs primarily at outdoor locations, victimizes both
    teenagers and school-age children, is associated with sexual assaults in the case of girl victims and robberies in the
    case of boy victims (although not exclusively so), and is the type of kidnapping most likely to involve the use of a
    firearm.

United States Department of Justice,
Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Juvenile Justice Bulletin, June 2000

Here are some of the realities of child abduction:
• Children of every age, gender, and race are vulnerable to child abduction.
• Over 50% of the children kidnapped in non-family abductions were taken from the street, in a vehicle, or
from a park or wooded area. Almost 75% of those children kidnapped in family abductions were taken
from their own or another's home or yard.
• The majority of children who are reported missing have run away, or there has been a misunderstanding
with their parents about where they were supposed to be.
• Of the kids and teens that are truly abducted, the majority of them are taken by a family member or an
acquaintance; 25% of kids are taken by strangers.
• Almost all children kidnapped by strangers are taken by men, and about two thirds of stranger abductions
involve female children.








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