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Recognizing Child Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation
Tragically, everyday children survive abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Even more tragic is that someone ignores the red flags or obvious acts of abuse and does nothing to help.
Registered Offenders Missing in Action
According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, there are 664,731 registered sex offenders in the United States, and 100,000 missing.
Responsible Partying for Teens
Recently authorities have begun to see a new trend amongst teens known as pharming or pharm parties. Pharming (sounds like farming) is a party where teens combine various legally prescribed medications in one bowl and share the pills in handfuls with others. Learn how to keep your teen safe.
Responsible Social Networking
You cannot believe everything you read on the internet, and it is imperative that information be verified before it is posted and continually re-posted. Re-posting inaccurate information is irresponsible. Learn how to be a responsible social network informer.
Richard Steve Goldberg Captured - FBI's Top Ten Fugitive
Today, thanks to the hard work of one Canadian citizen children in our world are safer. One person smelled a rat, and helped get Richard Steve Goldberg one of the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitives and a bad Child Molestors off the street!
Running Away in America
Everyday a child chooses to leave home and go out on his or her own. National statistics estimate 1.3 million kids, ages 10-18 will runaway from their living situation this year.
Safe Home Safe Family Safe Kids
Safety in and around your home is vital in protecting your family. There are simple things homeowners and parents should and should not do in and around the home when trying to keep everyone safe. Are you inviting thieves into your home?
Safe Spring Break Guidelines for College Students
College spring break can be a wild week of partying and that means young adults are vulnerable in unfamiliar places. Learn how to have a fun filled week and stay safe at the same time.
Safety Education and Young Children
Children have different learning needs and levels of understanding when an adult wishes to teach him or her something important. Different children need different levels of interaction depending on their age, level of maturity, and if they have any comprehension difficulties.
Safety for Teens
Create a safety contract with your teen regarding safety at parties. Tell your teen that he or she can call you anytime they feel unsafe or unsure about the situation they are in. Learn how a safety contract might keep your teen safe.
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