The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has recently published a notable document concerning child safety.
It is dated June 5, 2012 and is titled “Ten Ways Parents Can Help Keep Children Safe This Summer.”
“Child safety is important all year, but summer is an especially important time for parents and children to include safety in their activities,” according to Ernie Allen, president & CEO of NCMEC. “Always listen to your children and keep the lines of communication open. Your children are your best source for determining if everything is okay. Teach your children to get out of dangerous or uncomfortable situations right away and practice basic safety skills with them. Make sure they know they are able to tell you about anything that makes them feel scared, uncomfortable, or confused.”