There are between 1,320 and 6,630 transgender troops in the active-duty force of 1.3 million, according the RAND Corp.
which conducted a study for the Pentagon on the issue.
Unfortunately, among the crimes committed by babysitters, sex crimes outnumber physical assaults two to one.
Male babysitters comprised about 77% of the sex-offending babysitters, while female babysitters comprised about 64% of the physical assaulters.
In Fontana, CA, a nanny was recorded shaking, pulling, and even covering the mouth of the one of the children in her care.
In Northern California, a baby-faced 20-year old babysitter was caught on a hidden camera allegedly suffocating a 13-month-old boy to stop him from crying.
"The criminal justice system needs to keep up with technology," the victim, who asked not to be identified, told WUSA-TV in Washington, D. According to prosecutors statements to local media, Van Dusen's spying was discovered by one of the victims when she noticed that the smoke detector in her room was not flashing and beeping like the other detectors in the home during power outages.
The victim had read an article in Cosmopolitan magazine about other landlords using fake smoke detectors to spy on tenants and that's when she checked out the smoke detector in her room and found the cameras.
In July, the Pentagon repealed its ban on allowing transgender troops to serve.
It also announced that it would begin medical treatment for transgender troops, including reassignment surgery.
In Danbury, CT, one nanny was caught on hidden camera burning a child and tossing her to the ground.
In Houston, TX, a hidden surveillance camera captured her abusing and repeatedly suffocating the baby she had been hired to care for.
In a 2001 report, the Department of Justice estimated that about 14% of the country’s children under the age of 5 are regularly cared for by a non-related childcare provider.