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May is Child Safety Awareness Month - Help a Child and Family be Safe

On May 1st, the State Assembly proclaimed the month of May “Child Safety Awareness Month” in the state

of California. “Child Safety Awareness Month” is an initiative created in partnership with National Child ID

Program and supported by Speaker Pro Tempore Fiona Ma's office, the FBI, FBI National Citizens Academy

Alumni Association and the California State Sheriffs Association. The State Superintendent’s office and all

districts are also placing their full support behind this initiative.

 

Each year, more than 100,000 children in our state go missing. When these tragedies happen, many parents

are not prepared and are not able to immediately provide law enforcement with their child’s vital information

including fingerprints and D.N.A. samples in situations where every second counts. Kits and all of their

contents are 100% controlled by parents. I.D kits are kept in the home by parents and in case of

emergency, they have vital information that can quickly be turned over to law enforcement. The month long

California program will encourage parents to be prepared, not scared, by protecting their children with an

FBI-approved Child ID Kit.

 

I am requesting your help in getting this message to your parents via email, social media and website support

and encouraging them to take action by purchasing a potentially life-saving ID kit. Child ID Kits are $9.95

and with each kit purchased by a parent, a matching kit will be given to California law enforcement to

distribute back into the community.

 

While participation is voluntary, I hope all of you will take a few minutes next month to help keep

California’s children safe. For those who do participate, you will be officially recognized for your efforts with

certificates from the State Assembly and the FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association. You will

also receive a public thank-you in a full page ad in the Los Angeles Times to run at the program’s completion.

Details of participation are attached, along with a comprehensive summary of the program and turnkey

instructions on how you can support this statewide effort.

 

You can also learn more at: www.bepreparednotscared.info. If you have any specific questions about the

program, you can also contact: info@childidprogram.com .

 

I thank you in advance for your support of this very important initiative. With your help, “California Child

Safety Awareness Month” will be the largest child safety initiative ever conducted. You and your schools can

be part of making child safety history.

 

Thank you for helping protect California's greatest asset...its children!

 

Sincerely,

 

Dan Moser

Posted by: School Loop Webmaster Published:5/2/12
Audience: Latino Parent and Student Resources, Parent Resources, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage