Robert L. Snow - Child Abduction: Prevention, Investigation, and Recovery

Robert L. Snow - Child Abduction: Prevention, Investigation, and Recovery

Publisher: Praeger | 2008-09-30
ISBN: 0313347867
PDF | 192 pages
5.78 MB












While most people have heard about high-profile abductions such as the Elizabeth Smart case, such abductions are not isolated cases. The abduction of children occurs much more often in our country than most people would suspect, but because of a fault in our country's national crime reporting procedures, no one knows the true number. This book details the scope of the child abduction problem in the United States, and its very real danger. It covers the different types of abductions and discusses the psychological changes that can occur in long-term abducted children that will often stop them from attempting to escape, or even to seek help, though good opportunities may present themselves. Snow also discusses the danger to secondary victims of child abduction. He devotes several chapters to what both parents and the government can do to stop many of the child abductions that now occur, and, for those not stopped, steps parents can take that will greatly assist the authorities in quickly locating and safely rescuing an abducted child. He concludes with a chapter on the psychological and emotional concerns of recovered abducted children, and how families can help them re-integrate themselves into a normal life. Real life examples are provided in every chapter.



Robert L. Snow - Child Abduction: Prevention, Investigation, and Recovery 
Robert L. Snow - Child Abduction: Prevention, Investigation, and Recovery 
Robert L. Snow - Child Abduction: Prevention, Investigation, and Recovery

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