Child Custody

Read: Top 10 Stories from August: COVID-19 Takes a Back Seat for First Time in Months

Top 10 Stories from August: COVID-19 Takes a Back Seat for First Time in Months

The top stories from last month covered a wide variety of topics, including child custody issues, new Title IX rules and concealed weapons on campus.

Read: Attempted Kidnapping Thwarted by School Staff

Attempted Kidnapping Thwarted by School Staff

A convicted felon almost succeeded in kidnapping two boys from their Washington, D.C. elementary school.

Read: Abducted Ohio State Student, Suspect Killed in Police Pursuit

Abducted Ohio State Student, Suspect Killed in Police Pursuit

A female student was held at gunpoint and forced into a vehicle by the father of her child on Ohio State’s Mansfield campus.

Read: Armed Father Killed at Cascade Middle School Amid Custody Dispute

Armed Father Killed at Cascade Middle School Amid Custody Dispute

The 30-year-old man, whose daughter attends the Oregon school, was shot and killed during a struggle with police after he pulled out a gun.

Read: How Schools Should Protect Students from Child Custody Disputes

How Schools Should Protect Students from Child Custody Disputes

Having thorough visitor management processes and a staff that is well-versed in understanding child custody paperwork are just two ways to ensure children are safe while in school.

Read: Fla. Baby Stolen from Hospital in 1998 Reunited with Family

Fla. Baby Stolen from Hospital in 1998 Reunited with Family

The kidnapping case had perplexed investigators for 18 years.

Read: Utah Father Abandons Child on College Campus

Utah Father Abandons Child on College Campus

Footage of the incident has gained national attention.

Read: Parent Sentenced After School Shooting Threat

Parent Sentenced After School Shooting Threat

Sarah Joy Lomaintewa made the school shooting threat to her family in March.

Physical Assaults Common Among Kids in U.S.

Children in the U.S. experience a high rate of assault according to a new study.

Read: Closed Hospital Accused of Stealing, Selling Infants

Closed Hospital Accused of Stealing, Selling Infants

Homer G. Phillips Hospital, which closed in 1979, is being accused of stealing babies while telling mothers the infants had passed away.

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