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Predators and Child Molesters: What Every Parent Needs to Know to Keep Kids Safe Paperback – April 21, 2009
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"Finally! A hard-hitting Q&A on predators and child molesters. Sax's book is a must read for anyone concerned about the safety and well being of America's children. As a former felony prosecutor of crimes on children, this is Crime & Prevention 101..." --Nancy Grace, host of CNN Headline News' Nancy Grace and co-author of Objection! --How High-Priced Defense Attorneys, Celebrity Defendants, and a 24/7 Media Have Hijacked Our Criminal Justice System.
"'It can't happen to my child' is a refrain we hear too often. Unfortunately, it does happen to our children. Sax's book is a must read for all conscientious parents raising children in these difficult times. Sax offers a clear, concise, common sense approach to the myriad of issues facing parents today. If you are a parent or guardian and are committed to raising healthy, happy, and safe kids, this book is the most important guide for parents available today!" --Stuart Maesel, Founder Amber Alert Registry
"Before the unspeakable happens to your child you need to read this book. If the unspeakable has already happened you need to read this book! Drawing upon her vast experience as a child sex crimes prosecutor in Los Angeles, Robin Sax delivers an insightful, detailed and most important book. Sax takes the reader inside the cunning and charming mindset of a sexual predator to reveal just how they manage to get past vigilant parents to their true prey the children. Further, Sax takes us by the hand and helps us see how to heal from the trauma of child sexual abuse." --Diane Dimond, investigative journalist, columnist, author of Be Careful Who You Love: Inside the Michael Jackson Case
About the Author
Robin Sax (Los Angeles, CA) is a former deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County who specialized in child sexual assault cases. She is the author of Predators and Child Molesters: What Every Parent Needs to Know to Keep Kids Safe and the forthcoming It Happens Every Day: Inside the World of a Sex Crimes D.A. She is the Director of Child/Family Protection and Education for the Amber Alert Registry and is a prominent expert on sexual assault, family violence, domestic abuse, stalking, Internet safety, and the criminal justice system. Sax is also an instructor for the Los Angeles Police Department, Sheriff's Department, University of California at Los Angeles, and California State University, Los Angeles. She is a regular legal commentator on Nancy Grace, Larry King Live, Fox News and has a weekly radio show, Justice Interrupted. Sax lives with her husband and three children in Los Angeles, California. For more about Robin Sax, visit www.robinsax.com.
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I wish this book had been available when I was raising kids in the 60's. It would have given me the gumption to report the guy next door, and something to show the mother who was in denial about a very scary neighbor.
Pass this book around to your friends, suggest it to your book club or the PTA, educate yourself.
I found it factual, low key, and full of information that most parents have never considered. (and a great help in my term paper.)
by Robin Sax
179 pages 2009)
This excellent book on examining a very difficult subject is in a question and answer format from a former district attorney. It is very readable and understandable and the chapters cover subjects such as: Recognizing the Predators, Talking to Kids, Recognizing Abuse, Reporting Sexual Abuse, Going to Court, Healing and Moving on.
Many books cover a single or a couple topics while this book covers a comprehensive range and is the first one that tackles tough questions like " Can I tell my abused daughter that she is still a virgin?"(question 99).
If you are serious about becoming knowledgeable about predators, pedophiles and what you can do, this book is a must!
Scott G - Executive Director
Protection Counseling Services