PLAN AHEAD IN CASE YOU LOSE YOUR KIDS

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Street Watch -

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.

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