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Officer A. Garcia Allen Police Department Ereckson Middle School SROSTRANGER DANGER! Officer A. Garcia Allen Police Department Ereckson Middle School SRO
Who is a Stranger???? A Stranger is someone your parents do not leave you with when they go out. It also could be a person that makes you feel uncomfortable.
Any Adult? Man? Women? Teenager?
Being Kidnapped (taken away from your parents)What is the danger???? Being Kidnapped (taken away from your parents)
It is not what they look like, it is what they do that make a stranger dangerous.
Some things a Strangers might do* They will say that they need your help. * They may offer you candy or toys. * Or lastly, ask you if you need a ride.
NEVER TAKE GIFTS FROM STRANGERS.
Do not play games with strangers
Do Not help strangers Adults ask other adults for help not children
Never go ANYWHERE with ANYONE without Mom and Dad’s permission.THE BIG RULE Never go ANYWHERE with ANYONE without Mom and Dad’s permission.
“I don’t know you” What you need to do Step OneTake two steps back and scream… “I don’t know you”
“I will go get my mom and dad”What you need to do Step Two Run away and scream… “I will go get my mom and dad”
Internet Safety Tips Starring…..
Be Smart on the Internet
Safe Touch Middle School Grades 6-8
Cyber Time Fifth Grade. Personal Information Don’t share your parents’ information Don’t give your password for a website to anyone.
Cyber Time First Grade.
Cyber Time Welcome! Using technology can be dangerous, these are some ways to stay safe! 1st grade.
Cyber Time For Second Grade Personal Information Never give out your full name. Never give out your address while on the internet. Never give out.
Cyber Time! 4 th grade. Personal Information Never share your name to anyone on the internet. Do not share your address, and even your parents’
Cyber Time! Third Grade!.
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.
SOME IDEAS TO KEEP YOU SAFE by Sheridan Junior High School Resource Officer Sam Damon.
Welcome to Year 5’s E Safety Assembly
20% Project Body Safety By Sophie KearneyBy Sophie Kearney.
If someone is hurting me
INTERNET SAFETY “The Water Hole”. Developed by Officer Ken Thaxter West Bridgewater Police Department
SAFETY FIRST Sgt. Deb Newsome Canton Police TIPS TO KEEP YOU SAFE Always check first with a parent, guardian, or trusted adult before going anywhere,
Your just in time… enjoy the show! The Plumsted TownshipPolice & Plumsted Township School District presents… STRANGER DANGER.
Be safe at Halloween! Fulton Police Department. Carry a flashlight! Carry a flashlight so you can see where you are going and light up the sidewalk in.
Intermediate Grades 3-5 Safe Touch Material for this presentation was attained from West County Psychological Associates© PowerPoint presentation created.
ACTION FAMILY SAFETY NIGHT. Your BRAIN are your best weapons! Information and.
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