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APD launches Save Jane Website Raising Awareness About Child Abuse

The Save Jane program pays tribute to the children who have been abused and keeps their identities anonymous as Jane and John Doe.

Aug. 27, 2020

The Albuquerque Police Department is launching its Save Jane Website, raising awareness about child abuse in our city.

Within Bernalillo County, more than 14,000 reports of child abuse and neglect were made in 2019. The Save Jane program, which originated in Dallas, pays tribute to the children who have been abused and keeps their identities anonymous as Jane and John Doe.

APD has partnered with United Way of Central New Mexico and the Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center to bring Save Jane to the metro. Through the new Save Jane website, www.cabq.gov/savejane, the public can learn, donate, and volunteer to help stop child abuse.

Every three weeks a video will be released on the website, recognizing the lives lost to child abuse in Albuquerque. It is our mission to help keep children safe, educate the community, and provide resources.

Please help us become a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. If you witness any form of child abuse dial #SAFE from any cell phone, or 242-COPS if it is not an emergency.