Archive for the 'Abduction Prevention' Category

Oct 30 2013

Safe-Smart Halloween Tips

Every year people ask me if Trick or Treating is still a safe tradition. My answer is YES. Enjoy the holiday with your kids, but of course, take a few precautions whether your kids are young and going out with you or if they are a little bit older and venturing out into the neighborhood […]

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Jul 01 2013

The Super 10 Safety Rules – Spanish Translation!

There have been lots of requests for The Super 10 Safety Rules to be translated into Spanish. Happy to say… Here they are!! Please share with others. ¡LAS DIEZ REGLAS SEGURAS-INTELIGENTES PARA NIÑOS Y ADULTOS! 1.¡Yo soy EL JEFE DE MI CUERPO! 2. Me sé mi nombre, dirección y teléfono…y también el celular de mi […]

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May 18 2013

Tricky People TRUMPS Stranger Danger

Published by under Abduction Prevention

Stranger-danger – it’s a cute rhyme. Unfortunately, it’s completely inaccurate and, truth be told, it can actually undermine our kids, making them more vulnerable. In the aftermath of the Cleveland story, where three young women were finally rescued after 10 years of tortured captivity, well-meaning parents are trotting out their “stranger-danger” speech one more time, […]

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May 11 2013

Protecting Our Teens & Tweens: Give Them Street-Smarts

Published by under Abduction Prevention

The news this week has been shocking, horrific, and frightening as three young women abused in captivity for over 10 years are finally free and a monster is behind bars where he belongs. It’s a parent’s worst nightmare and everyone is asking the same question… How can we keep this from happening again? Make no […]

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Feb 01 2013

Know As You Go: A List Of Tips To Prevent Abduction

While statistics indicate that most child abductions are familial in nature and not by a stranger, there are some important precautions that can empower our kids and keep them safer from a predator’s tricks when they are out on their own.  The most common tricks:  asking a child for assistance, offering a ride, using sweets […]

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