● Never run errands
for strangers, even for money.
● Never accept candy money or gifts from a stranger,
or an invitation to a movie, etc.
● Never get in to a car with a stranger for any
● Never Hitch-Hike.
● If a stranger attempts to coax you into a car,
yell and run, then write down the license number
from a safe distance, or scratch it in the dirt.
Then tell your parents teacher or a policemen.
● If a friend gets in to a car with a stranger, even
if you have warned him not to, write down the
license number and tell a policeman, your parents or
teacher right away.
● Make sure that your parents always know you are
and who you are with.
● When collecting for charities, always travel in
groups of two or more, and never go inside a
● Teach your children their full names, address and
● Tell them never to admit to being home alone on
the phone or to someone at the door.
● Instruct children to look out for each other and
tell you when something unusual or suspicious
● Report suspicious individuals or vehicles lurking
in areas where children play to the police.
● Ask a trusted neighbour to provide security for
your children if any threat or emergency arise while
you are away from home. Offer to do same for them.
● Every child should know that police are friends
and be able to recognize the uniform and know that a
policeman will be receptive if the child is lost or
● Children should be encouraged to play with friends
and never in isolated areas or vacant buildings.
● Parents should always know where their children
● Parents should ensure that baby-sitters are known
and can be trusted