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Walk April 20th To Reduce Child Sexual Abuse
Walk April 20th To Reduce Child Sexual Abuse

1 of 10 local children are sexually abused before age 18. Help end this by walking from the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza to the Child Advocacy Center at 11:45AM on Friday, April 20, 2018.

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Become a Hometown Heroes Business and Help Child Abuse Victims
Become a Hometown Heroes Business and Help Child Abuse Victims

Support child abuse victims and honor the Hometown Heroes that help them by partnering with the Child Advocacy Center's 3rd Annual Hometown Heroes Walk for Children on Friday, April 20.

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Get trained to look for signs of child sexual abuse in Rutherford and Cannon Counties for free
Get trained to look for signs of child sexual abuse in Rutherford and Cannon Counties for free

The sexual abuse of children in our society is unfortunately quite common in this day and age. The Child Advocacy Center in Murfreesboro is aiming to reduce the numbers and to ensure offenders are prosecuted.

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Did you know that if you report suspect child abuse you will remain anonymous?
Did you know that if you report suspect child abuse you will remain anonymous?

One in ten children are victims of sexual abuse by the time they turn 18.

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This is CHILD ABUSE AWARENESS MONTH

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month. 

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Steps 2 - 4 re: child abuse "Darkness To Light"
The Child Advocacy Center is the liason between youth who have been abused and law enforcement as well as the judicial system. Executive Director Sharon De Boer continues her "7 Steps from Darkness to Light". Here are steps 2 through 4.
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DA's Office Works To Protect Children and Hold Perpetrators Accountable
With child abuse cases “The key to successful prosecution starts with a thorough investigation of the allegations,” said District Attorney General William C. Whitesell, Jr.
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Fighting Child Abuse in Rutherford County is a Worldwide Fight
“Diverse organizations are working for a global transformation against child abuse, increasing public awareness, and collaborating to assist victims and prosecute perpetrators,” said Sharon De Boer, executive director of the Child Advocacy Centers in Rutherford and Cannon Counties. 
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