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Child Safety & Prevention



The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® provides safety and prevention resources for families and professionals focusing on child abduction, child sexual exploitation and Internet safety.

NetSmartz® Workshop
NetSmartz® Workshop is an educational program that teaches children ages 5-17 about online safety and digital citizenship. NetSmartz offers free, age-appropriate resources including videos, games,  presentations, and classroom lessons to help children learn how to protect themselves and their friends online.

KidSmartz
KidSmartz is a child safety program that educates families about preventing abduction and empowers kids in grades K-5 to practice safer behaviors.

Take 25®
This campaign encourages families to take 25 minutes to talk to their children about safety and abduction prevention. The campaign is a great resource for communities.

NetSmartz411®
This online resource provides answers to adults' questions concerning Internet safety, computers and the Web.

Child ID
NCMEC recommends families have a Child ID kit prepared for each child in the event he or she is missing. One of the most important pieces of this kit is an up-to-date, good quality photo.

Infant abductions
Provides information concerning national statistics and technical assistance and training resources offered by NCMEC for healthcare and security personnel.

Natural disaster and national emergency preparedness
Safety tips for families in the event of a natural disaster or national emergency.

Child safety and prevention publications
A list of NCMEC's publications regarding child safety and prevention.

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