Google Tries To Help Kids
Posted by Patricia on Mar 8th 2019
Google Tries To Help Kids & Families
In the midst of an American national crisis concerning protecting children, Google tries to help kids and families by advertising free online movie training, and other free services offered and provided by Hope for Children Foundation ® .
Go to our Website https://hopeforchildrenfoundation.org and click on Movies or Training Videos in the Menu Bar to watch free online movies intended to help better protect children and families. Google tries to help Hope for Children Foundation through advertising. The Google ads help make the website available to more families, so families may access the many free online videos and movies designed to help children and families.
Please do not be tricked by other entities wrongly using our name without our permission. When you use our URL address as described above, it will take you directly to our official site.
History of America’s National Crisis
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Human Development Services, U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect (a temporary entity formed within the Department of Health and Human Services to address the epidemic of child abuse), August 1990 report titled, Child Abuse and Neglect: Critical First Steps in Response to a National Emergency declared child abuse in the United States to be a crisis that amounted to a National Emergency. Page 1 of this report states that in 1989, there were 2.4 million cases of child abuse reported.
U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect
The U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect final report was in 1995. The 1995 report, A Nation’s Shame: Fatal Child Abuse and Neglect in the United States, A Report of the U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect, a publication by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, reported 2.9 million reported cases of child abuse.
Child Maltreatment 2017 Annual Report
The reported number of child abuse and maltreatment cases has risen dramatically over the years. The Child Maltreatment 2017 Annual Report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Children’s Bureau reports 7.5 million children were reported to be abused in 2017. The National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System gathers data on child abuse and neglect from information voluntarily reported from the states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. Approximately 674,000 children were substantiated to be victims after referrals, reports, and investigations. (This doesn’t mean that these were the only cases that should have been substantiated. A high number of reported cases are not substantiated for various reasons.) Data from ages under one year old to 17 years old are included here – the original information is in listed in the Child Maltreatment 2017 Report.
National Crime Victimization Survey
The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics conducts an annual National Crime Victimization Survey of selected households interviewing living people about crimes which they experienced, regardless of if the incident was reported to the police or any other entity. Since the report relies on the reporting of crimes experienced by individuals, murder victims are not included in the data. The December 2018 report, Criminal Victimization, 2017, reports drastically higher levels of victimization among 12-17 year olds. The National Crime Victimization Survey does not report on victimized children under 12 years old. The vast difference in the numbers of victimized 12-17 year olds can be explained by the method of reporting, (since a majority of these crimes are not reported to officials) as well as the disposition of reported cases.
Thank you Google and everyone else who are working to better protect our nations sons and daughters!
Hope for Children Foundation ®