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New Lead in Trenton Duckett Case
A witness has come forward telling authorities she saw Trenton Duckett and his mother on the day of his disappearance at a Wendy’s drive up window. The witness later saw Melinda Duckett return to the drive up window, with out her son, around thirty minutes from the first time. Where is Trenton?
Offender Registry and the Law
There is much controversy about listing sex offender registries online. The controversy is the offender has served his or her time and paid retribution for the crime and by listing them on a “sex offender registry” violates their right to privacy.
Offenders Disguised as Teens Online
That 15-year-old teen boy talking to your son or daughter, more than likely is a wolf disguised as a sheep. Adults will often pretend to be someone close to the age of your child. Learn how to keep children safe on the world wide web.
Talk to your children about safety while online. Set limits for regarding suitable sites and make clear what personal information is appropriate to share and what is not.
Online Safety for Children
Parents need to talk to children about safety while online. Set limits for where children can surf and what information he or she may release. Internet safety guidelines are important for children allowed to use the internet. What are your personal guidelines?
Online Safety for Children
Children are using the internet and internet accessible devices at earlier and earlier ages and many parents are assuming they know what they are doing and that they will not give out personally identifying information. What does your child's online profile reveal?
Outdoor Safety for Children
Now that Spring is in the air more children are outside playing. Does your child know how to stay safe or what to do if approached by a potential abductor?
Parent Guide - Help in Finding a Missing Child
Do you know what to do if your child is missing? Do not spend a longtime searching on your own. Call authorities immediately, and report your child missing. Time is a child’s worst enemy.
Parent Guide for Emergency Planning
Everyday on the news we hear about family emergencies happening. A family of five perishes in a house fire, a child disappears from a shopping mall...why? Has your family developed an emergency safety plan? Does everyone know what to do or where to meet? Learn how to stay safe as a family.
Parenting Tips Regarding Online Safety for Teens
The personal information teenagers place on their profiles is frightening. They seem to think only friends can see what they put on their profile. Find out how to keep teens safe.
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