SAFETY RULES FOR KIDS
They should never go anywhere or take anything from people they don’t know.
They need to check with you before going anywhere, changing plans or getting into a car – even if it’s with someone they know.
By the age of six your child should know their address and at least one of their parents’ cellphone numbers.
Preschoolers should know if they’re approached by a stranger when they’re out in public they should go straight to the person who’s taking care of them.
Young children should know if they get lost in a shop they should go to the till area and ask for help from a staff member. If they’re lost in a park and can’t find a security guard they should look for a mother with kids.
Grown-ups shouldn’t ask them to keep secrets, especially ones that make them feel scared or uneasy.