Safeguarding children against the threat of abduction or harm by predators is one of the greatest concerns facing parents and guardians today. A study by the U.S. Department of Justice revealed that an average of over 2,000 children are reported missing each day. Of the children reported missing in a one-year period, over 58,000 were the victims of non-family abductions, and nearly a third of those victims were taken from a home or yard. Nearly 40% of the non-family abductions originated in a park, wooded area or other public area.1 was established to connect parents with the many resources available to assist with protecting children from abduction. On our site, you will find loads of free information, including safety tips and videos, sex offender registries and links to non-profit agencies that offer educational materials, safety programs and more. You can also learn about child safety products, such as books, DVD's, CD's, identification kits, location devices, personal alarms and internet safety software. We encourage you to explore this site and develop an education and safety plan tailored to the specific needs of your family.

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         You can access the following resources on our site:

Tips to Prevent Abduction: Safety tips from law enforcement, non-profit agencies and other organizations.

Child Safety Videos:  Short videos from safety experts and law enforcement, as well as clips from child safety education DVD's, are displayed on this page.  Links to purchase DVD's are also provided. 

Child ID Kits:  Identification kits, including digital ID kits. 

Safety Devices:  The latest products designed to keep kids safe from predators, including GPS and other location devices, personal alarms and more. 

Internet Safety Tips and Products:  Review tips and materials that focus specifically on child internet safety.  Software designed to protect children while they are using internet is also included on this page.  

Child Safety Books:  Books that you can share with your children to educate them about the risk of abduction and to instruct them on good safety habits.  

Amber Alert Resources:  Links to various organizations that provide Amber Alert services, such as automated alerts delivered to your cell phone or e-mail.  

Sex Offender Registry:  Access to the national sex offender registry database, as well as the registry databases maintained in all 50 states. 

Non-Profit Organizations:  Connect with non-profit organizations dedicated to safeguarding children against predators and/or locating missing children.  Many non-profit organizations offer valuable resources for educating children about the dangers posed by strangers, including community based safety programs. 

It is our sincere hope that your family will benefit from the information shared on this site.  If you know of a website, non-profit organization, product or other resource that we have overlooked, please contact us so that we may share it with others. 

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1Andrea J. Sedlak, David Finkelhor, Heather Hammer, and Dana J. Schultz. U.S. Department of Justice. "National Estimates of Missing Children: An Overview" in National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children. Washington, DC: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, October 2002, pages 5 and 9.