Saturday, August 29, 2009

Keeping Children Safe From Sexual Predators: Child Safety & Sharing Information with Strangers

Pay attention to what your child is telling you while you are in public with him or her.

There are boundaries to which strangers are entitled to information about your child. Paying attention to what strangers are asking about your children or grandchildren is important in order to keep them safe from sexual predators. Information as to the child's age, what grade they are in and what school they go to are none of their business. It's important to realize that being protective of your chidren from sexual predators isn't acting paranoid; it's just important to teach your child that there are boundaries to which such information should be given in order to keep them safe. "Being friendly is one thing; being unsafe is another."

For additional information contact:

Alan L. Morton
1005 North Eighth Street
Post Office Box 420
Boise, ID 83701-0420
Telephone: 208.344.5555
Toll Free: 866.946.1669 (866.WIN.1.NOW)
Facsimile: 208.342.2509

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