How to Protect your Child
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1. Don't let your child wear clothing with his
or her name on it. A child will tend to pay attention to anyone calling him or
her by name.
2. Videotape and take photos of your child two or three times per year,
including profile shots.
3. Do not leave a child unattended while shopping, visiting with neighbors or
friends, or running errands. Under no circumstances should you leave a child
alone in a car or truck.
4. Make sure your child always checks with you before going anywhere with
5. Make sure your child learns his or her address and phone number at an early
age. A second phone number of a friend or relative is also helpful.
6. Teach your child how to make a collect phone call, and to begin with
"Operator...I'm in trouble; I need your help."
7. If your child is a latch-key kid, make sure that he or she knows to keep all
doors and windows locked, never let anyone know that he or she is alone, and
never let anyone in the house, not even someone claiming to be a police officer
or from the fire department. Those kinds of professionals know to forcibly enter
in case of an emergency.
8. Have your child fingerprinted (SafeSam ID-Kits are available from Child
9. Know whether your child is left or right handed.
10. Keep a written record of all birthmarks, scars and identifying features,
like moles or freckles.
11. Keep a growth chart of your child; know his or her height.
12. Make sure your child knows to scream and run if approached in an alarming
way by anyone. Your child should be taught to ALWAYS tell you immediately if he
or she is approached by a stranger who asks for help, offers candy/gifts, or
frightens him/her in anyway. Your child should know to make you aware of anytime
he or she feels uncomfortable with ANYONE.