TOPEKA – (April 2, 2018) – Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the Kansas Child Death Review Board are encouraging Kansans to wear blue on April 6 to increase awareness of child abuse. The effort is part of April’s observance of Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Blue Ribbon Campaign to Prevent Child Abuse. “Keeping a watchful eye for the signs of child abuse can help protect our Kansas children,” Schmidt said. “We all have a responsibility to help keep children safe.” The Kansas Child Death Review Board says warning signs of child abuse may include parents or caregivers who lack social contact outside the family, have alcohol or drug abuse problems, or are excessively controlling or resentful of a child. Abusive parents or caregivers may...
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AG Derek Schmidt: Wear blue Friday for child abuse prevention