Bailey says those crimes that children witness range from rape, domestic violence or abuse of another child - anything that brings trauma.
"We want people to start talking about the importance of child abuse prevention".
The Family Guidance and Outreach Center plans to put these blue flags up again next year and every year until there are no more children tied to a story of abuse.
Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton said online child exploitation was one of the fastest growing crimes in the world, fuelled by social media platforms and advancing technology.
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President Khaltmaa Battulga formed a commission to reinstate capital punishment for such crimes a year ago, after similar incidents of child sexual assaults provoked a public outcry.
"We ask you to stand up and be that change".
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This event led the way for "Go Blue Lubbock", an annual project by the South Plains Coalition for Child Abuse Prevention and community partners to help fight against child abuse. And literally at home, be a great neighbor and offer support to your neighbors with families so the stressors of parenting don't result in abuse towards a child.
"They depend on us to protect them".
Some advocates have proposed that the punishment for sex offenders be increased to the death penalty, but the organizers of Saturday's rally said they are opposed to capital punishment.
Schmidt says Kansans should look out for all signs of child abuse.
"It's about living for each and every day on behalf of the most vulnerable children in our community,"Estrella-Henderon said".
A special training program, called Stewards of Children Training, will be conducted from 5:30-7:30 p.m. tonight at the Perkins Center.
There are also forms for reporting abuse on their website.