How many children have been abused in 2006?
Every day, about four children die in the U.S. because of abuse or neglect, most of them babies or toddlers.
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There are many different online sites regarding child abuse statistics in the USA. Some of them are national sites and others are state sites. Some of these sites include "safehorizon, childhelp, dreamcatchers, and everychildmatters." These statistics may tell how many people have abused children, but not necessarily how many children have been abused.
We will never know, but even in recent times the numbers are well into the thousands. For example, 4444 alleged victims of sexual abuse by members of the Catholic Church in Australia between 1980 and 2015 testified of their harrowing experiences to the Australian Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Australia is not a large country and is not predominantly Catholic, so if we ever know the global figure during the…
You will never get a correct percentage on this because many abuses are never reported to the police. Most of the percentages come from hospital reports or doctor's reports. Parents who have children come into ER with their children suffering from anything from broken limbs to bad bruises or welts on their little bodies.
Children are abused in many areas. Parents allow themselves to do it to their own kids. Parents were raised in foster homes,were abanded,neglected,abused and hit on. So, when parents have kids they decide to do the same the way their parents did them because of hurt and lost pain. Especially dads. Most people do it over stress. But, they do not blame themselves for what they do to their children.
If minor children have been abused by a step parent and the biological parent allows this are they both guilty of abuse?
I'm not a lawyer but i believe the answer is YES. Many children feel unprotected by the non-abusive parent, even when the abuse is occurring within a traditional 'nuclear' family. A biological parent has a responsiblity to protect their children. If their children are being abused by their partner they are responsible for putting a stop to it. If it is allowed to continue it becomes abuse 'by proxy' In the best case it's still…