Presentation on theme: "NEVER! talk to… Strangers. Stranger: Someone you don’t know well. Examples: A person in the mall. Someone at your door. A person in a car. A neighbor."— Presentation transcript:
NEVER! talk to… Strangers
Stranger: Someone you don’t know well. Examples: A person in the mall. Someone at your door. A person in a car. A neighbor. A person on the street. Someone on a train. A ZOMBIE at the park! Just kidding, zombies aren’t real!
What do they want from me? They may want to talk to you, take you away, hurt you, or do something harmful, uncomfortable, or dangerous to you. They may want you to come inside their house or car. They might use lies or deception to get you to come with them. They know exactly what to say to get your attention. Don’t do it! Trust your instincts and you’ll keep safe!
Be Smart…Be Safe…Make a Good Choice! -Never accept gifts, candy, money, rides, or invitations to see pets or something cool. -Never talk to strangers or answer any questions they might ask, even if they know your name! -Never accept rides from strangers even if you’re late, missed your ride, or the weather is bad. -Talk to mom, dad, or your guardian to make up a “secret code”-a word or phrase that a person sent to get you in an emergency would have to know in order for you to go with them. -Back away from the curb line if someone stops a car, truck, or van to talk to you or ask questions of you. If the person keeps driving slowly next to you, turn quickly and walk or run the other way. SCREAM for help! Go straight to your nearest safe place: home, police dept., grandma’s, best friends. Tell an adult what happened. -When reporting to an adult, try to remember…the person, the vehicle, and any license plates or addresses. -Always use the buddy system! Never go places alone.
… sometimes, the person isn’t a stranger. someone at church someone at the store friend friendly neighbor college kid camp counselor old babysitter someone at school high school friend Someone at the campground Someone from your family …but we all have someone we can talk to when asked to do something that is wrong.
Four Steps to Saying No! 1. Knowing when something is right or wrong. Use your conscience (instincts.) 2. Saying No! to offers to use drugs or alcohol, and if someone tries to touch you, or grab you in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable. 3. Go! Get away from that person as fast as you can, any way that you can. 4.Tell! Tell a trusted adult about the person, car, or anything else. It’s so easy and it can be used for many different situations!
Scenario #1: You are playing on the playground after school and someone you don’t know approaches you and starts to talk to you… What would you do next? Know, Say No!, Go, Tell.
Scenario #2: You are playing in your neighborhood when you see a little girl get invited into a neighbor’s apartment. She starts to go inside when she looks at you… What would you do? Know, Say No, Go, Tell!
Scenario #3: You and your brother are walking home from school. You are approached by some people in a car that ask you to get in, you don’t answer right away then they offer you money? …treats?…a puppy? What would you do? Know, Say No!, Go, Tell!
Safety Quiz: In scenario #1 with the man and little girl… 1. Where were they?On the playground after school. 2. Were they alone?Yes. 3. Can you describe the man? White male, years old, brown hair, brown mustache, yellow shirt, grey T-shirt, blue jeans, black tennis shoes. 4. Can you describe the girl? White female, 6-10 years old, Blonde hair in ponytail, red zip-up jacket, white turtle neck shirt, blue jeans, red tennis shoes.
Safety Quiz: In scenario #2 with the man in the apartment… 1. Where were they?Outside the apartment. 2. Did you know either of them?No. 3. What did the man look like? White male, 30-40, balding on top, brown hair on sides, brown mustache, orange long-sleeved shirt with collar, blue jeans, brown shoes. 4. What did the little girl look like? White female, 6-10, long black hair, pink long-sleeved shirt, pink socks, purple shoes, carrying a doll and pulling a wagon with two teddy bears. BONUS: What was the street number on the apartment?123
Safety Quiz: In scenario #3 with the boys and the car… 1. Where were they?On the sidewalk, near the intersection. 2. How many people were in the car?Two. 3. Can you describe them? White female passenger: shoulder length blonde hair, pink long-sleeved shirt, leaning out of the car holding ? White male driver, brown hair, orange shirt. 4. Can you describe the car?Blue car, square? “boxy?” Bonus: What was the license plate number of the car? What color was the license plate? 234-orange