Russellville, Arkansas (PressExposure) June 18, 2008 -- The River Valley Kid-Safe Network has recently updated its community website (www.rivervalleykidsafe.com) to include a number of new safety brochures to help parents educate their children on important danger awareness topics. Brochure topics include internet safety, dealing with bullies, inappropriate touching, predator lures, and an information on the organizationâs rapid search network.
The âResourcesâ section of the site has also been updated, including the addition of the McGruff Internet Safety Filter, a free download provided courtesy of the National Crime Prevention Council and the Childrenâs Education Network. Links to a huge number of âkid-safeâ resources are included on the site, as well as a database of danger awareness articles and child safety tips. NSA Safety DVDs can be ordered from the site to help parents and educators teach children important safety tips, with the proceeds going to support the organizationâs ongoing kid-safe efforts in the Arkansas River Valley.
The River Valley Kid-Safe Network is a proactive organization committed to helping parents raise âkid-safeâ kids and raising community awareness on issues like predator awareness, Internet safety, bullying, cyberbullying, rape, child abuse, and child abduction. The organizationâs parent, the National Security Alliance, is a nationally-recognized non-profit organization (headquartered in Detroit, MI) committed to providing educational and training resources on child safety and womenâs safety issues. The Kid-Safe Network is a proactive, non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of child abuse, molestation and abduction of our children. It is a national educational system that teaches and informs children and parents about "Danger Awareness". The Kid-Safe Network also maintains the Rapid Search Network (www.rapidsearchnetwork.com), a secure, Internet-based ID storage system that expeditiously disseminates information about abducted or lost children.
Thousands of young boys and girls are assaulted, sexually abused, and abducted each year. We must work harder to reduce this number and increase the number of pedophiles that are arrested and put in jail. The Kid-Safe Network has recruited and trained a National Staff and a network of Field Agents who work at providing information and also self-defense techniques to help women and children avoid and defend themselves during dangerous situations.
The Kid-Safe Network is working diligently with Local and State Police Agencies and the FBI to help identify and apprehend these pedophiles. Field Agents of the Kid-Safe Network are asked to collect and disseminate information about lost and missing children, assist local law enforcement agencies in their area and to act as a liaison between the Kid-Safe Network and their respective neighborhoods.
John L. Terry, III is a regional director with the National Security Alliance and may be reached by calling 479-968-1708 or emailing email@example.com.