May 18-19 || “Myth-busting” abduction statistics
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News sources hyperfocus on abductions by strangers, generating fear and anxiety that these abductions happen often and everywhere. According to data from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), however, about 100 children per year are abducted by strangers nationwide. It is far, far more likely that a missing child ran away from home or was enticed to leave home by someone he knows or trusts. More than 80% of missing children reported to NCMEC have left home under their own power, even if their decision to leave was coerced. For more information about missing children, read the VIRTUS® article “Know the Facts: Abductions and Human Trafficking” at


Read the VIRTUS® article “Know the Facts: Abductions and Human Trafficking” here.



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