Child Homicide in the United States

“On the fatal day of July 15, 2008 in Orlando Florida a frantic call came into 911 when Casey’s mother, Cindy Anthony called to report that her granddaughter Caylee was missing for thirty-one days. Over the next several months, hundreds of volunteers, police officers would begin the search for Caylee.” Tragically what they found would not lead them to Caylee being alive, but Caylee decomposed remains found in a wooded area not too far from her home. However, finding the remains of this precious soul would lead to law enforcement to indict her mother on seven criminal counts including first-degree murder.
 In the United States alone there was an alarming rate of 2.6 per every 100,000 juveniles, totaling 1,800 youths were victims of homicides. Even-though throughout the United States, homicides amongst youth are unevenly distributed both geographically and demographically, murder happens to be the ultimate form of juvenile victimization. Most homicides of young children tend to be committed by family members. “Homicide cases are the only major cause of childhood deaths, which has increased drastically over the past three decades.” During middle childhood years, child homicide statistics are low and show mixed patterns according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and there are equally just many boy related deaths as female. Most homicides are committed by women. Some of these crimes tend to include child maltreatment, use of a firearm some sexually motivated, and some are multiple-victim family homicides. Child homicide is the only major cause of childhood deaths. 

Homicides amongst children and youth are now ranked second or third, depending upon the specific age group.

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• This article tells the tragic story of a precious little girl named Caylee, who tragically on July 15th, 2008, her remains were discovered in a wooded area. After gathering all evidence and interviewing all parties of interest surrounding Caylee, the Florida police had enough evidence to bring criminal felony charges of first-degree murder and several other charges against her mother Casey Anthony. Caylee had been missing for 31 days. Police were told that Caylee was with her babysitter, only to find out that her version of the story was made up. Furthermore, when police tried to verify her claim that she worked for universal studios; police found that was a lie as well. Two years after the death of Caylee Anthony the jury acquitted the young mother of the most serious charges against her. (CNN,2018)
• This article shows the proportional statistics is how child homicide perpetrators both regionally and globally are trying to reduce child homicide worldwide. Overall, according to the data collected from forty -four countries; has a percentage of 56.5% of parents that commit child homicide acts. In countries such as East Asia and the Pacific Region, parental homicide rates are found in high-income areas. However, in the most low-income or middle-income countries child homicides are committed against children who are at the age of one year old. Our children face the highest risk of being victims of child homicide and are found that the act is committed by a parent or by someone they know. (Finkelhor and Ormrod,2001)
• This editorial describes how the most common form of child killings is called; infanticide is the legal terminology is defined as “the killing of a child who is under the age of twelve months; simply that is committed by the child’s mother when her mind is in a constant disturbed state. Homicide is one of the leading causes of death to children under the age of 18. The assumption of the relationship between child homicide cases and child abuse is a complex one, but if the act is unchecked, the act of violence usually leads to death. (Browne and Lynch,1999)
• This booklet offers insight into the gender relationship between women and girls it covers various types of child killings that are committed within the family, as well as outside offenders. The violence that is committed against children is one phenomenon that is often unreported. The term called intrafamilial l is the killing of a child by a family member or non- family member. Surprisingly, there is an estimated total of 205,153 children between the ages of 0 to 14 who has lost their life to homicide during the past ten years from 2008 to 2017. According to the data collected by the UNODC crime Trend Survey. Boys tend to carry the greatest burden of victimization. Only 58 percent were females. (Unodc,2019)
• Child maltreatment remains a serious problem. According to the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System in the states, there has been a report of a total of 1,738 fatalities, 1770 of this total; these have died since 2018 from abuse and neglect. The most vulnerable in 2018 70 percent, almost 3-quarter of fatalities were involving children younger than the age of 3. Those children, youth who were younger than 1 year of age accounted for 46.6 percent of these fatalities. Eighty percent of these murders were committed by parents who either acted alone or with another induvial.

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What really happened to Casey Anthony Case 10 years later” Breanna Hare, CNN https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/29/us/casey-anthony-10-years-later/index.html; Retrieved September 25, 2020
Homicides of Children and Youth, David Finkelh or and Richard Ormrod https://scholars.unh.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1009&context=ccrc Retrieved September 25, 2020
“The nature and extent of child homicide and fatal abuse” Kevin D. Browne, Margaret A. Lynch, first published December 1995 https://doi.org/10.1002/car.231 Retrieved September 23, 2020
Global Study on Homicide: Killing of children and young adults https://www.unodc.org/documents/data-and-analysis/gsh/Booklet2.pdf Retrieved on September 24, 2020

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(Childwelfare,2018)

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