Saturday, June 27, 2009

Predators and Child Molesters: What Every Parent Needs to Know to Keep Kids Safe - by ROBIN SAX

"'It can't happen to my child' is a refrain we hear too often. Unfortunately, it does happen to our children. Sax's book is a must read for all conscientious parents raising children in these difficult times. Sax offers a clear, concise, common sense approach to the myriad of issues facing parents today. If you are a parent or guardian and are committed to raising healthy, happy, and safe kids, this book is the most important guide for parents available today!" --Stuart Maesel, Founder Amber Alert Registry describes Robin Sax's book: "In this straightforward, clearly written guidebook, veteran sex-crimes prosecutor and Los Angeles deputy district attorney Robin Sax answers one hundred questions that she has most often encountered in her fifteen years of experience. From the definition of abuse to the profiles of a predator to how to report an incident and to whom, Sax provides practical, reassuring, and appropriate information."

Sax is a deputy district attorney for the county of Los Angeles and specializes in child sexual assault cases. She is also the author of It Happens Every Day: Inside the World of a Sex Crimes D.A. and has two new books scheduled for release in October 2009. She is a lecturer at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law and Attorney Assistant Training Program; an adjunct professor at the California State, Los Angeles, School of Criminal Justice; and is a co-founder of Justice Interrupted Radio. Justice Interrupted Radio is a top-rated show that spotlights cases that have not received media attention and an advocate for victim's rights, appropriate sentences for offenders, and focuses on securing justice.

Read Robin's most recent article in The Huffington Post by clicking the following link:

To be directed to Robin Sax's author page on, click the following link:

Special thanks to Dennis N. Griffin for bringing this book and Robin Sax's work to my attention.

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