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Statistics show that children are very rarely abducted or harmed by strangers, but several recent kidnapping cases have parents across the country very scared. We’ll talk about protecting children from abduction and other dangers.
- Ernie Allen President of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
- Linda Krieg Special agent, FBI Crimes Against Children task force
- Patty Wetterling Mother of abducted son, founder of Jacob Wetterling Foundation
- Jan Wagner Author of Raising Safe Kids in an Unsafe World and founder of Yello Dyno Child Safety Program
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