The You Can’t Fool Me: Be a Safe Kid coloring book teaches younger children when to be suspicious of strangers and how to ask for help. Download for free at www.YourSafeChild.com under Free Resources.
Fingerprinting all children is an effective tool. Here’s how it works:
- Parents fingerprint children, and they keep the kit in a safe place at home.
- If their child goes missing, they immediately report it to the police and then turn over the fingerprint kit. Law enforcement scans the prints into a national database.
- When police locate a child, they run their fingerprints against the database, identifying the child and contacting their parents or guardians.
ID Cards and full Fingerprint ID kits are available at www.YourSafeChild.com under Products for a nominal fee.
If you have been approached online or in-person contact
1-800-THE-LOST or www.cybertipline.org.
Reporting is anonymous.
If you see something suspicious call
National Human Trafficking Hotline Number
1-888-373-7888 or Text BeFree (233733).
For victim assistance call
Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network