How to keep your child safe? Before allowing your child to be independent, you should take steps to ensure their safety and teach them correct behavior around strangers. You can also show this video to your little one and discuss all the dangerous situations together!
It’s very important to warn your child that criminals can find their prey via the Internet. Your child must remember never to tell strangers, not even children, his or her phone number, address, and name. Also, your kid mustn’t send personal photos to online-friends or tell them when and where he or she likes to hang out. Most importantly, your child must always decline invitations to meet in person!
Never reveal your child’s name 0:39
Running away from cars in the opposite direction 1:07
Install tracking apps 1:32
Buy an emergency button watch 1:50
Shouting “I don’t know him!” 2:13
Breaking off conversations and keeping a distance 2:35
Sharing the elevator with strangers is prohibited 3:06
Not letting strangers know that parents are away 3:49
Come up with a family password 4:22
Meeting online friends in person is strictly prohibited 4:50
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– Do not write your child’s name on his or her personal belongings. Do not attach a name fob to their backpack and never put their name on their lunch box.
– If a car pulls up near them or starts to follow them, your child should run in the direction opposite to the movement of the vehicle. It will help your kid buy time to call for help.
– Thanks to their GPS function, such apps allow you to monitor your child’s precise whereabouts and the battery level of their phone. Check out Life360 Locator and GPS Phone Tracker – they might come in handy!
– Using a mobile app, you can constantly keep an eye on your child’s location. And if the child presses the button, the signal is received by the parents or the police.
– Tell your child that, when grabbed by a stranger, it is more than ok to behave ‘badly’: to bite, kick, claw, and try to attract attention at any cost.
– Your kids should know that they aren’t obliged to talk to strangers. If the conversation lasts longer than 5 to 7 seconds, it’s best to leave and head to a safe location.
– Teach your child to wait for the elevator with their back to the wall so as to be able to see anyone approach. If it’s a stranger or someone barely familiar, your kid should invent any excuse not to enter the elevator with that person.
– Explain to your child that if there’s a call at the door yet no one can be seen through the peephole, and no answer comes to the question ‘Who’s there?,’ they aren’t supposed to open the door.
– Come up with a code phrase for emergency situations – for instance, in case you need to ask an acquaintance to collect your child from daycare or school. Use something unexpected.
– Warn your child that criminals can find their prey via the Internet. If someone online says he’s “Mike from next door,” this person might not be the 10-year-old boy he claims to be.
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