April 24, 2014
    Why Didn't I See It?
Don't just hear it from us, play the below videos and hear it directly from convicted sex offenders!
Disclaimer: The below video interviews were conducted by Dr. Anna Salter

  •     View Video          (Convicted Sex Offender - Youth Pastor)
  •     View Video          (Convicted Sex Offender - Middle School Teacher)                         
  •     View Video          (Convicted Sex Offender - Middle School Teacher)                                                  
  •     View Video          (Convicted Sex Offender - Youth Paster)
  •     View Video          (Convicted Sex Offender - Father)
  •     View Video          (Convicted Sex Offender - Emotional Control of Victims)



Above Bob Costas Interviews (Former Penn State Asst. Football Coach) Jerry Sandusky About The "Alleged" Sexual Crimes Against Children


STOP, We Need Your Help!
Please sign our petition and acknowledge support for our legislative bill that we will be taking to the Florida State Capitol (Tallahassee), the deadline is December 31st, 2013. This bill will require all registered sex offenders in the State of Florida to pay a $1.00 fee every time they register, these funds will then go in to a state pool that will be used to support programs targeting the prevention of child sexual abuse. Currently, state statues only intervene after a child has been victimized; first and foremost acting before the crime will save a child from a lifetime of emotional trauma, but secondly it will save the state millions of dollars due to a lower amount of child sexual abuse cases. The United States spends more than $24.3 billion dollars a year on child abuse, prevention programs are very cheap when compared to the alternative.
Let's Partner Together And Prevent Children From Being Sexually Abused!
Click on the link to sign the petition         http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/prevent-child-sexual-abuse/

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Definition of Child Sexual Abuse:  Child sexual abuse is any form of sexual activity imposed upon a child by an adult OR another child in a position of power, authority or influence. Child sexual abuse can involve touching the intimate parts of a child’s body, enticing or forcing the child to have sexual relations, or participating in non-touching offenses such as obscene phone calls or taking pornographic photos.
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The Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse Begins Here!
SafeChildrenUSA, Inc. is headquarted in Sarasota, FL and is one of the most proactive organizations in the United States when it comes to the prevention of child sexual abuse. We provide Power Point programs (Free of Charge) to parents, children, groups and professionals. These programs give the audience the tools they need to prevent child sexual abuse through education and awareness of the facts surrounding this horrible, yet very realistic crime. Our programs are designed and written by current and retired Law Enforcement Officers, they are certified through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Criminal Justice Standards & Training Commission. They also have extensive xpertise in Sex Offender Crimes & Sex Offender Management.
Here are some little known FACTS that you NEED to know;
  • There are over 736,000 "registered" sex offenders in the United States, this number grows daily;
  • California (73,944) , Texas (72,637) & Florida (59,552) claim the top three sex offender populations in the United States;
  • 1 in 3 girls will be sexually abused by the age of 18;
  • 1 in 5 boys will be sexually abused by the age of 18;
  • But only 1 in 10 of those victims will "ever" disclose that they have been sexually abused;
  • The average sex offender has over 114 victims in a lifetime, partly due to the low disclosure rate as indicated above;
  • 34% of child sexual abuse victims are abused by family members;
  • 59% of child sexual abuse victims are abused by a friend and/or aquaintence;
  • Subsequently 93% of child sexual abuse victims know their attacker - the term "stranger danger" needs to be used with caution in reference to child sexual abuse;
  • 57% of convicted sex offenders report being sexually abused as a child, giving credibility to the fact that this is a "generational" problem;
  • 1 in 5 children will come in contact with a sex offender on the internet through various social network sites.

The term "proactive" is to act before an event in hopes of preventing that act from ever happening. The term "reactive" is to wait until an event occurs and then acting accordingly in response to that event. When it comes to child sexual abuse, a "reactive" stance is NOT an option! We can not wait until a child is victimized and then react to that situation, the actual act and subsequent emotional damage can not be undone, no matter how tough the criminal laws are. Prevention programs are a common sense, low cost means to protecting our children!  It costs federal, state and local governments billions of dollars every year to investigate, prosecute, imprison and then monitor these offenders once released from jail.  This does not to include the costs that come from the child victim, emotionally and economically. We need to work together to keep our children from becoming victims and prevention is the quickest, educationally proven and most cost effective way to corral child sexual abuse.
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