This is the new era of juvenile violence; and a new generation of VIOLENT Juvenile Criminals is evolving from crime-infested neighborhoods.

Our federal, state and local governments fail to create powerful laws to end violent crimes in neighborhoods. Abused kids are abandoned, and they are forced to live on the streets of crime-infested neighborhoods.

“Their innocence is destroyed; and now these kids are forced to do whatever it takes to survive.” –– The Watchful Mom

Minnesota violent crime increase in 2015, By Sarah Horner, July 02, 1016, St Paul Press, According to Duluth News Tribune, Read More⇒

Violent crime up this year in LA, LAPD,  By Frank Stoltze, July 01, 2016, According to 89.3KPCCRead More ⇒

California violent crimes jump 10 percent in 2015,  By Don Thompson, 07/01/2016,  Associated Press,  According to The Mercury NewsRead More ⇒

I-Team: Violent crime by juveniles on the rise, By Vanessa Murphy, June 23, 2016, … more than 40 juveniles are locked up in the Clark County Detention Center, because their alleged crimes are so serious, they are being charged as adults…. According to Las Vegas Now, Read More ⇒

Startling statistics then showed a huge problem with juvenile crime and officials in Pinellas County were going to do everything in their power to make it stop. By Jennifer Titus,  July 06, 2016, According to 10News 

Lombardo credited the slowing of violent crime to a new neighborhood engagement team, a centralized unit that was created about 10 weeks ago to serve as a “cohesive team” to directly address violent crime.The team was funded by a more than $400,000 contribution to Metro from the city of LasVegas….By RACHEL CROSBY LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL, According to Las Vegas Review-Journal



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The Watchful Mom

Businesswoman, Founder and CEO of (a mom ANALYZING political and social issues that impact our kid's every day life.) She advocates the need for lawmakers to pass powerful laws to protect our kids from psychopathic, VIOLENT predators, and she also advocates the need for all parents to create a strong, loving family bond with their kids.

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