Guideline on prevention of and response to infant abductions
While not a crime of epidemic proportions, the abduction, by nonfamily members, of infants, birth through 6 months, from health care facilities has clearly become a subject of concern. With the goal of preventing crimes committed against children, NCMEC (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)— in cooperation with the FBI, International Association for Healthcare Security & Safety and Boston College School of Nursing — has studied infant abductions from birthing/health care facilities, homes and other sites and considers them preventable in large part by hardening the target as described in this guide.
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