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HACKER SAFE certified sites prevent over 99.9% of hacker crime. Child Abduction: What You Can Do To Protect Your Children

Rest assured, the chances that your child will go through life without a successful or even attempted abduction are very high.  In fact, the majority of children do not ever experience this terrifying event. According to Kids Health (www.kidshealth.org), of the average 2100 missing child reports filed everyday in the United States, most of them are from children running away or the result of a parent/child misunderstanding of where the child is supposed to be. Of the children who actually are abducted, only 25% of them are taken by strangers. Even so, parents everywhere worry that their children could become victims of this horrifying crime. 

There are some things you can do to help prevent your children from being victims of abduction and also things you can do to help find your children faster if they are abducted. First of all, have ID-like photos taken of your children every six months. That way, police and other search agents will have an accurate description to go from while searching. You should also have your child fingerprinted so they are on record.

Of course, in an ideal world you would supervise your children at all times, but in reality we know that it is not possible to keep our eyes on our children every second of the day. That’s why you’ll want to teach your children their address, phone number and parents’ names in case they ever do become lost or feel like they are in danger. Tell them who it is safe to ask for help from such as police officers and security workers. 

Another option you have would be to enroll your children in a martial arts class that teaches self-defense and safety. Classes such as these teach children confidence (which make them less likely to become a victim), awareness to help them avoid potentially dangerous situations and the ability to defend themselves if the need arises.

If you’re children are old enough to surf the internet with direct adult supervision, you’ll also want to set up rules about what they are allowed to do on the internet and teach them about the dangers of divulging too much information to strangers while online.

If you suspect that your child has been abducted, contact the law enforcement in your area immediately.  Be prepared to answer a lot of questions about your child including when you last saw him or her and what he or she was wearing.

Sources:            Kids Health (www.kidshealth.org)

Tips to Help You Protect Your Children:

  1. Avoid dressing your children in clothing with their name on it. They are much more likely to trust a stranger who calls them by name.
  2. Set up a secret family word. Instruct your children that they are not allowed to go anywhere with anyone who does not know the secret word.
  3. Teach your children what to do if they are approached by a stranger. Role-play different scenarios until they are comfortable with the routine.
  4. Avoid teaching your children fear of water. Instead, teach them water safety.
  5. If there are residential pools in your neighborhood, teach your children the rules about not going near the water with out adult permission and supervision. Be sure to watch your children closely when they are outside.

www.rubystone.com has products that can help you protect your children

IdentaKey Safeguard Your Child
The IdentaKey is a portable USB drive that holds a child identification program. Our program is designed to help you collect/update and securely store photographs and vital information about your family, to be used in the event of an emergency or on a daily basis like during field trips or to print out contact information for a babysitter. Our software program needs no other software to run and none of the information is stored on the computer or the internet. Each key can hold about 6-8 individual's information (personal, medical, school/daycare, photographs and fingerprint cards and contact information). The programs fields are versatile enough to apply to children, elderly parents and pets. The IdentaKey also compiles and prints reports for each individual. These reports include a Complete Profile Report, a Wallet ID Card, a Key Chain/Bag Tag ID report, a fingerprint card and a Missing Child Poster.

ionKids System Never Lose Your Children Again
Never Lose Your Children Again. No GPS needed! No costly monthly fees! This advanced, state-of-the-art child safety solution allows parents to easily monitor the location of their children and loved ones. This Child Monitor/Locator System enables parents or guardians to monitor and locate their children, individuals suffering from Autism, those with special needs, and people with learning disabilities when they're out at the neighborhood park, theme park, mall, airport or even when they're just playing in the backyard. When the individual leaves a user-defined range, an alarm sounds on the portable Base Unit carried by the parent. The Base Unit can then be put in to "Find Mode," used to assist in directing parents back to their children.


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