Stranger Awareness

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Definition of a "stranger":  Any person who your parents/guardians have not given you permission to be or go with.

Safety Rules to Protect Yourself from Stranger Danger

  • Never talk to strangers
  • Never let a stranger get too close to you
  • Never take candy, a present or anything from a stranger
  • Never tell a stranger your name, address or phone number
  • Never get into a stranger's car
  • Never go into deserted places alone
  • Always try to walk with friends or an adult
  • If a stranger grabs you, yell as loud as you can saying things like, "Help!!", "Call the Police", "This isn't my parent"

If a Stranger Follows You

  • Run to a place where there are people, like a store or a restaurant and call for assistance from someone that works there such as a cashier
  • Don't run any place that is dark or deserted like a movie theatre, or a park or an alley

If You Are Home Alone

  • Never open the door to anyone knocking or ringing the bell
  • Never tell anyone calling on the phone that you are home alone

Your Private Parts

  • Never let anyone touch your private parts
  • If someone touches your private parts, tell your parents or someone you trust (an adult) like a teacher