WHAT'S GOING ON
Don't Go Out Alone
There is safety in numbers and this rule isn't just for little kids, it applies to everyone. We
are always safer if we take a friend, sister, or brother along.
Always Tell An Adult Where You're Going
Letting someone know where you'll be at all times is smart. If you're faced
with a risky situation or get into trouble, your family and friends will know
where to find you.
Say No If You Feel Threatened
If someone -- anyone -- touches you in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, you
have the right to say no. Whether it is peer pressure about sex, drugs, or
doing something that you know is wrong, be strong and stand your ground. Don't
be afraid to make your feelings known.
Feel Like You Know What To Do? Why Not Take A Test Today?
All Tests Link To The NCMEC Site, Where You Will Find Additional Information.
Interactive Safety Quiz For Adults and Kids, and the Internet Safety QUIZ FOR KIDS.
Q & A On Child Safety
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Don't forget The National Center for
Missing & Exploited Children as you make your employee workplace campaign
payroll deductions: CFC/United Way/America's Charities
Charles B. Wang
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699 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Here Are Some FACTS
Teenage girls are among the most frequent victims of sexual assault.
Two-thirds of imprisoned sexual assault offenders reported that their victims were younger than the age of 18.
Sixty-one percent of all rape victims are younger than 18.
Thirty-two percent of all rape victims are 11-17 years of age.
The average victim of abduction and murder is an approximately 11-year-old girl, who is described as a "low risk," "normal" kid from a middle class neighborhood with a stable family relationship who has initial contact with an abductor within a quarter mile of her home.