Nov. 9, 2010
-- The recent abductions during the middle of the night of Danielle Van Dam of Southern California and Elizabeth Smart of Salt Lake City, Utah have brought the struggle for vigilance home for parents.
In truth, abduction from the home in the dead of night is nothing new. The Lindbergh baby was abducted and killed during the first part of the 20th century. Now, as the 21st century dawns, such crimes have a wider scope of publicity. While this proliferation of media outlets has the potential to chill the hearts of more parents, it also brings with it the possibility of making more parents aware.
Parents have long known that the home has to be a safe place. This ranges from covering electrical outlets to having monthly fire drills. Now parents are reminded that safety includes keeping abductors out.
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