Protecting Children

Child Safety Tips

Protecting children involves teaching them how to identify lures that predators use to entice youngsters into their web of wickedness. Understanding how predators dupe people and isolate victims is the most effective means for stopping them.

Instituted laws are ineffective against child predators, pedophiles, molesters, and kidnappers. Laws are designed to provide social order, but laws on the books described as penal codes written against child victimization and the various Acts that have been passed such as Megan’s Law, Polly Klaus Three Strikes, Jeanne Cleary Act, Adam Walsh Act, etc. do not stop crimes against children

In the US most lawmakers in the legislative branch are lawyers. Although people report crimes so police can make arrests, lawyers in the judicial branch release these predators from confinement whether prosecuted or not. Thus  most child predators are released from confinement far too soon. Building a new case against these predators takes time away from police investigation of other predators.

Promote Children’s Understanding about Personal Safety

Covered in these sections are things parents and guardians can do to help protect children from sex offenders. Incarcerating predators only works while the criminals are jailed. When they are released, they are then again a threat to our children. One of the things predators detect is whether or not a youngster’s parents are a protective force in their life. When parents are protective, it naturally sends a different energy and subliminal message that counteracts what predators perceive they might get away with.

Protecting children from abuse involves active parenting and family support. Community members can also be instrumental with the protection of children. Working with children to develop awareness and courage is an important part of teaching them self-protection. They must be able to identify potential threats and take action.

Educating children about the best ways to guard against predators, especially predators the children may know, is one of the best shields against child abduction. Ways to prevent child abduction and build upon teaching children how to guard against child molestation, pedophilia and stranger abduction rests with parents and their children’s awareness. Children’s confidence to take action is an important facet of becoming empowered to protect themselves, whether through physical force, escape, or immediately reporting awkward and inappropriate behavior.

An aspect related to protecting children includes ways to subvert bullying, which has a debilitating effect on school children, their relationships, and their self-esteem. All of which negatively impact their lives. Child safety tips for online child Internet access, combined with parental awareness are additional tools to help identify child Internet lures for potential sex crimes. Understanding child predators’ ploys and tricks is the first step to recognizing when a potential child predator is applying tactics and techniques to lure, molest or rape a child.

Working with children to develop awareness and courage is an important part of teaching them about self-protection. Since we cannot be around our children twenty-four hours, seven days per week, children must be able to identify potential dangerous threats or problems and take action. Skill sets that help children avoid danger and ways to develop personal safety for kids are some of the many topics for helping to protect children.

Safety Topics for Kids

Safety topics for kids helps identify ways to prevent harm to children and help keep children safer from child predators. Self-defense training for young children is an option that should be modified according to the child’s age and maturity. Parents wanting to enroll their children in Model Mugging, especially training girls to fight back should be individually assessed for appropriateness of scenario based self-defense (SBSD) training.

Parent-child activities enhance protection of children from danger, while simultaneously promoting children’s understanding about personal safety and awareness. After reviewing safety considerations, parents can then develop safety habits for children, including effective resistance against predation and luring.



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