Child safety: child abduction is on the increase
Child safety: child abduction is on the increase - Keeping your child safe against child molesters and abductors
Who is a stranger? - ensuring your child's safety
"A stranger is not somebody you have never seen before. When you are with us, the familiar face down the road can greet you by hand, but when you are alone, you don’t let him take your hand.
Strangers can be familiar people - people you normally see in the neighbourhood; and they can greet and talk to you only in our company."
Be careful to practice caution without invoking fear.
Ensuring the safety of your child/ren
Child safety tools and strategies: Keeping your child safe against child molesters and abductors
Have this conversation with your child/ren
Anybody, and I mean anyone – who does something to you and asks/instructs or even threaten you not to tell your mother – is a bad person and though you may have to agree at the time, you need to trust me enough that I wont get you in danger, that I’ll do everything possible to protect you if you let me know. You need to let me know about that. Nobody should ever convince you not to tell your mother about anything (except of course, a pleasant surprise!)
We need to all work together to ensure the safety and well-being of our children. Make it your business to look after another's child. Get involved; Ask questions. Get rid of the "it's none of my business" syndrome. Make it your business!
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