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There is an epidemic of violent assaults in the United States; Violence knows no boundaries, it does not discriminate, it does not care about your socioeconomic status; It affects women and children across every description of race, age, class, socioeconomic or educational status, sexual orientation, demography, geography, ideology, disability or theology.
According to a recent FBI report, the statistics on violent assaults are rising and show no sign of decreasing.*A recent Department of Justice report on violent assault and abductions against women in the United States, the total reported violent sexual assaults and abductions against women annually is 2,198,190.**
This blog is written and based on our Inside The Mind of a Predator Training Series. “What They Don’t Want You to know. breaking predatory methods”.
It is not to instill fear, but to provide this critical information to promote and aid in the prevention of violence against women and children worldwide, to help women, children, and parents understand who the predators are, who they target, how they groom their victims, and how to protect yourself and loved ones form these cold and calculating predators.
90% of all violent assaults can be prevented through education; for a predator to attack you he necessarily needs three things: determination, access, and opportunity. denying him any one of those three things makes it impossible for him to attack. You can change his determination, by letting him know psychologically, verbally, and physically that you’re NOT a VICTIM.