It's Up To Us
We are a non profit 501(c)3 agency. Our mission is to bring together resources for parents, schools and child caregivers to help keep our children safe. In addition to providing valuable information, Keeping Kids Safe also offers educational, safety presentations including : Internet Safety, Sexting , Cyber Anti-Bullying Awareness education, Child Sex Trafficking Awareness education, Personal Safety Training ( Kid Escape, Date Escape) and Child ID App, and other advanced Safety Products – all valuable tools in keeping our kids safe
Why Keeping Kids Safe?
According to FBI.gov, in 2012 there were 476,373 missing children (under 18 years of age) is the U.S. Recent statistics from the US Dept. of Education show that 30% if students are bullies or victims of bullies and approximately 160,000 children stay home from school for fear of being bullied. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children reports that 93% of children ages 10-17 go online and 1 in 25 children ages 10 to 17 received an online sexual solicitation where the solicitor tried to make offline contact. According to usa.gov, 1 in 5 kids online has been sexually solicited and less than 10% of those solicitations are reported to authorities. This is why we feel so passionately about child safety and doing what we can to protect the children in our communities. Remember it's up to us to protect our most valuable asset..Our children!!
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