Investigating Crimes Against Children

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Assume you are a newly promoted supervisor in your investigative unit. Until now, an outside agency has handled all of your reported crimes against children. In 10 slides, using proper references and your own words, create a PowerPoint presentation to train your unit. In this PowerPoint presentation, discuss in detail the following: •Differentiate between the four most common types of maltreatment of children? •How do neglect and abuse differ? •Examine the main indicators for neglect and abuse? •Create a checklist that outlines the indicators for child neglect, emotional abuse, physical abuse and

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Investigating Crime AgainstChildrenNAMECLASSDATEPROFESSORInvestigating Crimes Against Children Children Most Vulnerable Population Child abuse and neglect impact over 3 millionchildren every year (Goldman & Salus, 2003). In 2012 78.3 percent of children suffered neglect. In 2012 18.3 percent suffered physical abuse. In 2012 9.3 percent suffered sexual abuse.Four Types of Maltreatment Physical Abuse: involves an adult inflicting physicalin jury to a child. Physical abuse includes punching,beating, burning, or any other harm. Sexual abuse: involves an adult committing sexualacts on a child.Four Types of Maltreatment Cont Neglect: involves the failure of a parent or guardianto care for the needs of a child or to protect themfrom unnecessary harm. Psychological abuse: is abuse that damages theemotional well being of the child. This type of abusedamages the self esteem of the child.How Abuse and Neglect Differ Abuse results in pain whether physical pain ormental anguish. Neglect is a failure to meet the basic needs of thechild including love, food, and shelter. Abuse is the maltreatment of a person, bothphysically as well as psychologically (). Neglect is a failure to protect a child from coming toharm.Main Indicators for Neglect and Abuse Physical indicators include injuries to a child. Theseinjuries range from bruises to broken bones to burnsor unusual lacerations (MCDH, 2003).

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