PLAN AHEAD IN CASE YOU LOSE YOUR KIDS
FOR children attending the Royal Show who are not of an age to be able to say their full name, the full name of a parent and how to contact the parent, a plan needs to be formulated for if the child becomes lost. A good start is having an easily visible landmark where child and parent can meet at if separated. If this plan hasn’t been effective after a reasonable time, contact the police. When first noticing a child missing, do not panic. If possible, have one parent remain visible in the location where the child was last seen while another searches the vicinity for the child. It is helpful to have a current photo of the child to show to police and parents might consider taking one with a phone when arriving at the show. – Senior Sergeant Steve Dawson and a large steel pole was used to break a padlock securing a metal cage in which the cable was being stored. Perth-based detectives are reviewing CCTV footage from the hospital. A bedroom sliding door was forced to allow entry for the burglars, who searched rooms before taking iPads, a laptop computer, a watch, two mobile phones, a gold and diamond necklace and two other necklaces and earrings, with a total estimated value of $8700.