The Polly Klaas® Foundation's Child Safety Kit is a booklet that tells parents how to build their children's confidence by teaching them how to recognize and respond to dangerous situations.
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection's Kids in the Know program is an interactive safety education program for increasing the personal safety of children and reducing their risk of sexual exploitation.
Child Find Alberta offers free educational safety presentations to children, parents, and communities.
The Take25 program provides conversation starters for parents and educators to discuss safety in a positive way.
2a.If you have been abused, exploited, or hurt in some way,TELLsomeone you trust. You may also want to find a local domestic violence group, contact child or adult protective services, or call your local police. Do not stop "making noise" until you find someone that will help you. You have the right to be safe.
2b. If you see or hear something suspicious or something that doesn't seem right,TELLsomeone. Missing children are often found because somebody decided to speak up.
3.SHAREmessages about missing children to get everyone in your network involved in the issue.
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