|1. Know your child's location at all time. Don't rely on
others for their safety!
You are the
most important factor and last resort in a child's
Teach your child your name, address and phone
|4. Talk to your child about school safety.
|5. Talk to your child about
internet safety, bullying and home security.
Listen when your child talks about unusual events or
Control what your child does on the internet.
Ask your child's school what
they do to insure his or her safety.
Keep the police, fire, school number and addresses
handy for any emergency.
Report any unusual activity either by a relative,
teacher, coach, administrator or stranger
immediately to the proper authority
Make your home a place where your child feels, safe,
secure and welcome!
|12. To prevent sexual violence, parents
need to teach a child about their bodies parts and
it's privacy. Make them feel comfortable about
themselves and how others react to them. Children
should understand that there are no secrets and they
can talk about anything especially when it concerns
|13. Know at all times where your child
is and who they contact, especially someone who is
|14. Never allow a
teenager to date an adult.
|15. Monitor adults that want to give
gifts such as toys and money or want to take your
child to special events or outings.
|16. If you need a
daycare center make sure that the center has an open
door policy so you can make an unannounced visit.
|17. If you see unusual behavior in your
child which indicate some form of abuse, talk to
them an assure them that you take their feelings and
disclosures seriously. If you are given information
that indicate abuse in any form call your local
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