The links below provide tips on topics ranging from preventing child abductions to protection and child safety ideas.
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Disclaimer: The listed Resources are for informational purposes only. No compensation is received from them nor is any endorsement implied.
Provides information on missing children, child safety tips, and memorials.
The Center to Prevent Lost Children™ (CLCP) is the leading authority in the collection and dissemination of critical information that prevents kids from getting lost – and that helps find them quickly when it happens. CLCP was founded by Family Safety Expert, Alyssa Dver in 2007. After 4 years of research and working with Boston area communities, Dver realized the tremendous need to make the general public aware and proactive about lost child prevention.
Child abduction prevention tips.
This site includes cases of missing children, safety and abduction prevention information, recovered children stories, and child I.D. event information.
It is an abduction prevention program that empowers children and parents by providing them with ways to recognize, avoid or escape potentially dangerous situations. Designed to be a catalyst for home-based instruction, parents are encouraged to attend the hour-long presentation with their children so they can reinforce the knowledge that leads to smart choices.
A resource for community safety for children. Information, support letters, pamphlets, links.
Provides free child ID kits, child safety information, missing children statistics and legislation, as well as child abduction prevention articles.
The MEC @ BellaOnline.com is a resource for children, parents, and the community to help teach children how to stay safe and find resources to help locate children.
Preventative tips, action to take if your child is abducted, statistics and links.
Listings of and links to articles, agencies, organizations and websites for information and resources concerning missing and runaway children.
In this video series, Nancy McBride, the National Safety Director for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children answers questions regarding personal child safety on topics ranging from the Internet, School safety, Holiday safety, and information about child identification. The Q&A provides helpful tips and tools for parents and guardians to help keep their children safer.
A resource site dedicated to abduction prevention, recovery, and support.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s® (NCMEC) mission is to help prevent child abduction and sexual exploitation; help find missing children; and assist victims of child abduction and sexual exploitation, their families, and the professionals who serve them.
The NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource to teach kids and teens how to stay safer on the Internet.
OJJDP provides national leadership, coordination, and resources to prevent and respond to juvenile delinquency and victimization. OJJDP supports states and communities in their efforts to develop and implement effective and coordinated prevention and intervention programs and to improve the juvenile justice system so that it protects public safety, holds offenders accountable, and provides treatment and rehabilitative services tailored to the needs of juveniles and their families.
Operation Cyber Tip was founded in 2007 as an online resource to help bring awareness to missing children cases and teach people how they can help too. We will use our site to create a network of email lists and RSS feeds to bring out the infromation on missing child cases to the world by use of the internet. It’s more important now then ever before to help our children and to not let these cases disappear into the back of our minds.
” Our mission as a non profit organization is to create and increase public awareness of missing people through a variety of outreach and educational activities. Project Jason seeks to bring hope and assistance to families of the missing by providing resources and support.”
Project Safekids is a not for profit community service organization dedicated to creating awareness of the dangers that face our children and families daily.
Duracell® and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) have developed the Power of Parents program — a nationwide child safety preparedness program designed to help families protect their children. The program helps to dispel the most common safety myths and remind families of the importance of keeping an up-to-date photo of their child.
The Rachel Alert Network, or RAN, is a charitable organization which helps prevent abductions through awareness education and provides information to friends and families of abducted persons. The Rachel Alert Network sponsors M.U.S.T. women’s self-defense and awareness seminars.
radKIDS, Inc. is committed to providing education that enhances the ability of children, parents, and families to utilize knowledge, skills, and power to protect themselves from violence and harm.
Links to resources that provide parents with the tools needed to protect and safeguard their children. Check photographs and files on missing children.
Support center for parents who need assistance locating their missing children. Includes child safety tips and training information for team members.
We at the Tommy Foundation feel that one child missing is one child too many. Through donations, we are helping to bring public awareness, empowering communities on what to do if a child is missing, and dispensing child safety information. Our mission is to save or protect child victims. We also give victim impact presentations to Law Enforcement trainings.
Wander Wear® Inc.’s mission is to prevent kids from getting lost by developing practical information and affordable product solutions. Wander Wear Family Safety Experts regularly speak to the media and at parent, grandparent, and caregiver events to share tips that any caregiver can use to keep kids safe in public places such as malls, amusement parks, beaches, and airports.
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