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Not On Our Watch

We cannot protect against what we are not aware of.

Did you know that between 2018 and 2022 the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) saw a 567% increase in reports relating to sexual enticement of a child?

NCMEC receives 80,000 CyberTipline reports...everyday!

In 2020, 34% of all 13- and 14-years old thought it was normal for kids to share self-generated photos of themselves with others.

Not on Our Watch Texas (NOWTX) is rallying all women in business to raise awareness of online abuse, exploitation, and sextortion to help protect children and youth. It will take all of us to educate our families, schools, churches, and other communities on how to defend our children from online predators.

Most parents think they can keep their children safe from predators who are “out there.” But most parents don’t realize these abusers are not “out there,” increasingly, they are inside our children’s bedrooms, via smartphones, computers, & gaming devices. The smartphone is the new white van.

On September 7th, from 2-4pm Not on Our Watch TX will live stream a panel discussion addressing, "what does a predator look like, what questions to ask, what questions your children should ask, what to do if your children are being groomed," and more.

This is information that every parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, friend needs to know to protect our children.

Go to Home Page - Not on Our Watch - Texas ( for Live Stream link and please share it with your networks.


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