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NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney
State Sen. Pres. Steve Sweeney (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Protecting NJ Children From Abuse [AUDIO]

Law enforcement, social service and child advocate groups from across the Garden State gathered in Newark on Monday for a first-ever Child Abuse and Neglect summit.

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New Data: Child Abuse Down Slightly

The number of U.S. children victimized by abuse and neglect has dropped for the sixth straight year, but child fatalities linked to maltreatment increased by nearly 4 percent, according to the latest federal data.

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Is Jimmy Kimmel’s Candy Stunt Abusive? [POLL]

For those who don't know, late night host Jimmy Kimmel has made a tradition of encouraging parents to play a prank on their children right after Halloween in which they're told the parents ate all of their Halloween candy and capture the moment the children start crying on video. Some kids wail. Some kids tell their parents they hate them. The kids become very, very upset before being told that it's a prank.

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Rev. Michael Fugee
Rev. Michael Fugee (Facebook)
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NJ Priest in Court Flap Agrees to Leave Priesthood

In a rare agreement with prosecutors, a priest who admitted to violating a court order barring him from unsupervised contact with minors has agreed to ask to be laicized.

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Jessica Peavy (Frederick County, MD Sheriff's Office)
Jessica Peavy (Frederick County, MD Sheriff's Office)
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Hopatcong Woman Gets Full Sentence For Infant Abuse

A woman who received a mostly suspended sentence for child abuse after her infant daughter died has been sentenced to the full term after violating probation.

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Former Yeshiva Teacher Admits Sex Assault

With other accusers stepping forward, a former yeshiva teacher changed pleas Monday on the third day of his trial and admitted he sexually assaulted a 12-year-old boy he had met while working as a camp counselor.

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Prevent Child Abuse
Flickr User Bruce Tuten
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Mount Holly Couple Plead Not Guilty to Child Abuse

A U.S. Army major and his wife pleaded not guilty Thursday to federal charges alleging the couple abused their three foster children by withholding food and water, making the children eat red pepper and assaulting them to the point of breaking their bones.

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Prevent Child Abuse
Flickr User Bruce Tuten
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Mount Holly Couple in Child Abuse Case Free on Bail

An Army major and his wife accused of abusing their three foster children are free on $250,000 bail each.

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Ann Bactawar (Hudson County Jail)
Ann Bactawar (Hudson County Jail)
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NJ Daycare Worker Accused of Abusing Two Toddlers

Prosecutors have filed child abuse and child endangerment charges against a northern New Jersey daycare center worker who allegedly injured two toddlers.

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Prevent Child Abuse
Flickr User Bruce Tuten
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Mount Holly Couple Faces Federal Child Abuse Charges

An Army major and his wife disciplined their three foster children over a span of several years by withholding food and water and assaulting them severely enough to cause broken bones, a federal indictment released Tuesday charged.

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