Every day, millions of parents warn their children "don't talk to strangers," but child experts say every day children are still kidnapped while listening to that very same warning from their parents.
But now, parents and children can fight back.
Here are some simple things a child can do to possibly save themselves:
If on a bike, the child can wrap his legs around the bike. If a child manages to get away, they should run, and literally grab onto the first adult they see and don't let go until they help.
These are just a couple of techniques that have been lifesavers in the past.
If you would like to find out more about having the class, "escape school", taught for your organization, contact Gary Smith with Dignity Memorial at (904) 355-5641.
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