Men in My Town

Keith Smith, Stranger Abduction Sex Assault Survivor Breaks His Silence After 36 Years. Uses Experience to Educate Adults on “5 Steps You Can Take to Keep Kids Safe.”

Posted in Men in My Town by Keith Smith on June 6, 2011

Keith Smith, author of Men in My Town, is a Stranger Abduction Sexual Assault Survivor and a Keynote Speaker on issues of child safety. He’s available as a speaker for conferences, seminars and fundraising events benefiting non-profit organizations, government agencies, companies and professional associations dedicated to helping children who have been sexually abused. 

Keith Smith’s “5 Steps You Can Take to Keep Kids Safe.”
 
1. Know the Facts about Childhood Sexual Assault
 
2. Know the Signs
 
3. Know What to Do
 
4. Know Where to Go
 
5. Know What to Say
 

If you’re interested in Keith discussing “5 Steps You Can Take to Keep Kids Safe,” at your next conference, seminar or fundraising event contact Keith at MenInMyTown@aol.com.

 
The story of the abduction, beating and rape of a teenage boy from Lincoln, Rhode Island, followed by the unsolved brutal murder of his assailant in Providence, is now a moving novel written by the man who survived this vicious attack.
 
Men in My Town by Keith Smith. Based on Actual Events.  Available now at Amazon.com in Paperback and Kindle.
 
Email Keith at MenInMyTown@aol.com and take a moment to view his LinkedIn Profile.
 
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  1. Rivers said, on June 19, 2011 at 9:57 pm

    Thank you for speaking up. I imagine it was a long journey to get to the place where you are now, and it is a courageous act on your part to write your book and do this site. I heard about you from my friend Debbra Walker, her son Jerry Welch is in a horrible predicament, in prison on serious charges, all due to childhood abuse. I can’t even imagine, the situation is tragic. You probably already heard about his case, she also has a site she is using to try to get support for Jerry’s situation.

    Thanks again, I am going to keep an eye on your site and hope to read your book.
    Keep up the good work!

  2. […] like to thank Terri Muuss, Rich Ryan, Athena Reich, Rhett Hackett and Keith Smith for sharing their stories with me and helping me be a better tool in liberating other victims. I […]

  3. James Koroni » Archive » Lemon Meringue said, on September 7, 2012 at 12:37 pm

    […] like to thank Terri Muuss, Rich Ryan, Athena Reich, Rhett Hackett and Keith Smith for sharing their stories with me and helping me be a better tool in liberating other victims. I […]


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