* Public Awareness
* Child Safety Education Initiatives
* Youth and Young Adult Safety Education and Empowerment
* Promoting expansion of DNA Laws nationwide
* Promote best-practices to support law enforcement in responding to predatory crimes.
This is a group of parents who have gone through every parent’s worst nightmare. We honor our children by creating awareness and improving laws for child protection and safety. Many of us started our activism alone but together we are empowered to create a comprehensive approach to stop predatory crimes nationwide. Through our legislative efforts we aim to significantly improve public awareness about prevention as well as legislative progress, facilitate hands-on safety education in schools for children through young adults and promote best practices for law enforcement and communities in responding to predatory crimes. We welcome you to join the SPC, hopefully not as a Surviving Parent, but as a Friend and Family member who wants to help us protect all of our children.
The SPC has two (2) types of members: Parent Members and Friends & Family Members. No more than one (1) membership may be held by any one person.
Parent Members are surviving parents of a child who was a victim of (predatory) abduction or sexual abuse. Parent Members have voting rights for the Board of Directors and are the driving force behind the SPC’s legislative initiatives.