If your child is reported missing, a no-cost Child Safe Kit will have all the important information about your child ready, saving valuable time in helping authorities find them.
Save important details such as blood type, eye color, height and weight, fingerprints, even DNA! If your child is reported missing, you can immediately have all the important information about your child ready to help authorities find them.
The Child Safe Kit is a convenient way to record comprehensive information about your child so authorities can help you find your child quickly. The Child Safe Kit also comes with an inking strip so you can fingerprint your child as an additional resource to help find them
Nearly 1800 kids will be reported missing TODAY in the U.S. and Canada.*
The statistics can be alarming, but you can take an extra step right now to help you act quickly if the need arises.
The kit helps you record your child's
Child Safety Tips
Talk About Safety
Discuss safety in a non-threatening way, so that your child does not become afraid. Help them learn to be cautious and aware of their surroundings.
Maintain Open Communication
Open communication is the key. Encourage your child to trust their intuition. Make sure they are comfortable letting you know when something feels wrong.
Teach Your Child Their Important Information
Make sure your child knows his or her full name, home address, where you work, your phone number, and how to dial 911 in an emergency.
Keep Your Child's Records Up To Date
Kids grow quickly, and even small changes in height, weight, and hair style can significantly alter their appearance. Make sure you have easy access to recent photos of your child.
Teach The Rules About Dealing With Strangers
Let your child know that adults should never threaten children nor ask children for help. Make sure your child understands they should never go anywhere with an adult they do not know.
Do Not Label Clothing or Items
Never label clothing or personal items with your child's name or info. A stranger could use this information to gain your child’s trust by pretending to know them.
Know Where Your Child Is At All Times
It can be tough to keep up with active kids, but having a list of their activities can help. Keep a list of addresses and phone numbers of places they frequent that you can find quickly.
Have A System In Place
Teach your child how to find help if separated from you in public. When you’re out with your children, point out safe adults they could approach if they were in trouble.