Why Code9?

  • In a mobile, digital world, parents need help to gain insight into their kids’ mobile lives.
  • Without parental guidance, kids can easily misuse cell phones to become inadvertent bullies, or their victims, or worse.
  • Parents must set the family rules for using the cell phones. Kids earn privacy by adhering to their family’s mobility rules.
  • Code9 monitors kids’ mobile usage and alerts parents when the rules are broken. Further, it alerts parents to intervene when kids might be dealing with bullies, strangers, despair, drugs or sex issues.

A young child goes missing or is abducted every 40 seconds in the U.S. This is over 2,100 per day.

The number of sexual predators on the internet is now at an all time high. One in five children who use computer chat rooms have or will soon be approached by online pedophiles.

These perpetrators are experts in luring potential victims like your child for possible sexual assault. Pedophiles are increasingly adopting counter-intelligence techniques to protect themselves from being traced. The FBI estimates that 85-90% of all missing persons are kidnapped children.

And this is not the only type of danger that your child will face as they grow up. Other homes they visit may have guns or alcohol foolishly left within their reach. So-called friends may coax them into trying illegal drugs. Fires, accidents and swimming pools all represent real threats to their young lives.

YOU CANNOT WAIT, DELAY or PUT OFF getting this information!

Nothing is more important than your child’s safety!

Why Will One Child Get into the Car of a Complete Stranger While Another Instantly Runs to Tell an Adult?

When abducted, the majority of children are either by themselves or with another child near their age.

Simply telling your kids “don’t talk to strangers” is an ineffective protection strategy that often fails!

Your child needs to be able to identify and properly respond to all these types of situations because you cannot be with them every minute of every day for the rest of their lives! As a parent, grandparent or teacher you must know how to effectively talk to your children about strangers, victims, and crime.

Children must know more in order to be safe. Most predators know that it is very hard for them to take a child away from the hands of a caring, responsible adult…. One who has prepared that child to do the right thing when the time comes!

Recent surveys reveal a shocking 75% of children are willing to share personal information online about themselves and their family in exchange for goods and services. Is you child or a student of yours one of them?

It’s Not Enough to Tell your Child or Student What Not To Do, But What TO DO at the Same Time!

Have you ever wondered what makes one 8 year-old child speak to a complete stranger, while another, when approached by that same stranger, instantly turns and runs half a block back to tell the school crossing guard what just happened?

What about a 6 year-old child who gives her entire home address to a 48 year-old man pretending to be a six year old girl? Why would another child rush to tell her mother when anyone asks for personal information over the internet, telephone or in person?

The answer is simple. Just like us, children respond to various situations based on how they perceive those situations. Perception is the #1 factor in how a child responds to potential threats. By the nature of everyday life, our children will face dangers of all kinds. Student Safety Tips will show you how to teach your child effective responses in a way they can easily understand and learn. These skills will help keep them from harm as they grow up.

Can your child/students respond properly to these seven potentially dangerous situations? You probably know, but does your child know?

  • What should I do if a stranger wants to talk to me while I am in a store?
  • What if I find a gun at my friend’s house?
  • What should I do if there is a fire in our home?
  • If the doorbell rings should I answer the door right away?
  • What if someone on the internet wants to meet me in person?
  • How to call 911 in an emergency.
  • What if they find “medicine” in a friend’s garage?

Start Teaching Them When they are Young… And it Will be Second Nature to them as they Safely Grow Older!

According to the Department of Justice, many crimes are 100% preventable through simple education and awareness. Student Safety Tips outlines the conversations about strangers, victims, and crime that every parent and educator should be having both at home and school with their children.

Student Safety Tips is about helping children to make the right decisions when they are approached by potential predators.

Student Safety Tips is full of friendly stories, pictures and easy exercises. It will help teach your child to recognize potentially dangerous situations, but know how to properly respond. This book will help you teach your children:

  • Exactly what To Do when approached by a stranger
  • How to report an emergency to 911
  • Important rules for kids online safety
  • How to protect themselves if they are ever home alone
  • Easy prevention techniques to help them stay safe
  • Simple skills to stay safe in social media

Student Safety Tips will help teach you how to help children to develop positive, proactive instincts. It will also teach you how to help your child or student to find out who you consider to be a responsible adult. Arming your family with the knowledge in this book will save lives!|