Each year, nearly 1.3 million children are reported missing. Although the unforeseen absence of a child is always upsetting, fortunately most missing children are returned home in a short period of time. This fact, however, provides little consolation for the parents of children whose whereabouts and welfare remain unknown. This book provides helpful advice for parents whose children are missing and also offers encouragement and support. The increased pervasiveness of online media has led to the victimization of a greater number of children via the Internet. It is important for parents to be adequately informed about the dangers their children face online and the current information on new technologies, particularly those that play a role in facilitating Internet crimes against children. (Imprint: Nova)
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