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Raise a safe child, The Video.


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Stranger abductions are extremely rare, but bad behavior is not!

Make sure you have given your child a simple to use plan, to stay safe.
Say No! To bad behaviors and scary situation, Go, quickly and Tell a safe adult until they are heard, and the situation is resolved safely!
Give them a plan, give them a chance to have to tools to save themselves!


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National Walk to School Day is Coming

Organize neighborhood walking pairs and groups.
Pay Attention to the behaviors around you.
Never have both earbuds in while walking.
Use the Safe and Sound Strategy!
If you walk home, to stay home on your own,
never show your key in your hand until you use it to enter your home.
Always check to make sure the home is secure before entering.
If you are not sure, seek a safe neighbor for help.
A parent can help manage the safety of their child by teaching safe
practices, pointing out the correct and designated route,
and telling children areas or homes to avoid.

brought to you by
BY Author Melinda Reynolds Tripp
What Should You Do? Helping Children Protect Themselves in the Twenty-First Century
Tate Publishing 2010

Safe Kids Worldwide is promoting safety for walkers with the following basic strategies-

Look left, then right, then left again when you cross the street.
Cross the street at the corner or at a crosswalk and obey all traffic signals.
Cross the street with an adult until you are at least 10 years old.
Walk on sidewalks or paths, not in the street.
Play in safe areas, away from streets, driveways and parking lots.
© 2013 Safe Kids Worldwide


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Just add a few minutes of safety each week, make time for what matters most


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Behavior Danger, not Stranger Danger

Very few adults have bad behavior, but it is imperative that you teach your child to have a safety plan in place for life. Learn it, Practice it, Know it!
Teach your child to use their intuition……..this child did tell, but not immediately, teach your child to say no to all bad behavior, go to a,safe place, to a safe person and TELL!

What Should You Do? By Melinda Reynolds Tripp
Tate Publishing 2010
To teach your children and students ages 5-13

Available on Amazon or through your local bookstore

MODESTO — Dallas Randolph White sat quietly Monday morning in a Stanislaus County courtroom as a judge sentenced him to 103 years to life in prison for repeatedly sexually abusing a 6-year-old girl.
On March 19, a jury found White guilty of committing multiple counts of child molestation. The charges included sexual intercourse, oral copulation, sexual penetration with a foreign object, and lewd and lascivious acts with a child.
Superior Court Judge Linda McFadden justified the sentence by saying White committed serious criminal conduct on a “very vulnerable victim.” The child is a relative of the defendant.



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