Child Maltreatment Ads

Menstuff® has compiled the following print advertisements regarding Child Maltreatment. Be aware that this campaign only addresses non-familia sexual molestation issues which represents less than 5% of all child maltreatment cases.

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He's handsome, witty, charming, friendly. And a child molester.


One of the most deceiving things about child molesters is that they don't always appear to be horrible people. More often than not, they are charming, likable individuals posing as trustworthy, upstanding citizens. And they cross all boundaries of race, income and social case. At the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, we support law enforcement in their effort to stop these predators. To report child sexual exploitation, call the police. Then call us at 800.843.5678 or contact us at www.cybertipline.com We're here to expose child molesters for what they are - and stop them from exposing their real selves to your children. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. We're here because they're out there.

Three of the worst crimes committed against children are rape, molestation, and inaction.


The worst thing you could do to a young victim of sexual assault is to not take action. Yet less than 35% of all child molestation cases are ever reported to law enforcement. So when a child does summon the courage to disclose to you, it's vitally important to listen, believe, understand and act. To report child sexual exploitation, call the police. Then call us at 800.843.5678 or contact us at www.cybertipline.com Sexual assaults on children occur daily. So when a victim does come forward, remember that your actions speak much louder than words. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. We're here because they're out there.

Meet 10-year-old Becky's 12-year-old Internet friend.


The Internet is a great place to buy cars, sell collectibles and stay informed. But for child molesters, it's a new, effective and more anonymous way to sexually exploit children. To reduce the risks, you need to know the potential dangers and report them. At the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, we've created the CyberTipline to help fight back. And it works. Since 1998, we've dealt with more than 120,000 leads and we're worked tirelessly with law enforcement to help bring these predators to justice. To report child sexual exploitation, call the police. Then call us at 800.843.5678 or contact us at www.cybertipline.com Child molesters may hide behind cute screen names. But together we can expose them for what they really are. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. We're here because they're out there.

Gaining a child's trust means everything to a molester. Violating it means nothing.


Talking to children. Paying attention to them. Spending time with them. Buying gifts for them. It's what you'd expect from any parent. But what you may not expect is that it's also how child molesters gain trust and seduce children. The statistics are shocking. There's a one in five chance your daughter will be sexually victimized by age 18. For boys, it's one in ten. At the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, we support law enforcement in their efforts to step these predators. To report child sexual exploitation, call the police. Then call us at 800.843.5678 or contact us at www.cybertipline.com Childhood is something to be cherished. And, as long as children are exploited, we'll exploit every resource to stop it. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. We're here because they're out there.

 

Telltale signs that there's a child molester in your area.


Child molesters are out there. In your parks. Any place where children are found. There are more than 400,000 sex offenders in this country - and those are just the ones we know about. The ones who are registered by law. In our experience, the best way to reduce the risks to your children is to know the potential dangers. And at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, we know them well. Since 1984, we've handled 1.7 million calls requesting a variety of services for victims and their families, as well as for schools, communities and law enforcement organizations. To report child sexual exploitation, call the police. Then call us at 800.843.5678 or contact us at www.cybertipline.com Know the signs. Look out for child molesters. Because they're certainly on the lookout for your children. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. We're here because they're out there.

Last year, 705 kids were abducted by a mouse.


A simple click is all it takes to give a child molester Internet access to your children - access that can actually lead to abduction. Reports of such incidents are everywhere as predators keep getting better at seeking out new victims. The good news is that we keep getting better at fighting back. At the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, we've created the CyberTipline in partnership with the FBI, U.S. Customs Service, Postal Inspection Service and Secret Service. To report child sexual exploitation, call the police. Then call us at 800.843.5678 or contact us at www.cybertipline.com We work with law enforcement professionals who are ready to track down these criminals and bring them to justice. So do you part to help. Look out for your children online. If you don't there are plenty of predators who will. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. We're here because they're out there.

What You Should Know


Because organizations like the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children don't address the largest segment of child molesters in the U.S., we've provided this alternative ad and information.

There's a Child Molester in Your Neighborhood

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