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Abduction Prevention

The Clay County Sheriff's Office takes very seriously the threat posed in today’s society by criminals who target our children. As a result, the Clay County Sheriff's Office endorses the Child Lures program curriculum. Deputies in our agency’s Juvenile Crime Unit are trained to instruct children on the best ways to avoid being abducted and tactics and behaviors to improve his/her chance of surviving such a horrific event should it ever occur.

Visit www.childlures.org for even more information on how you can obtain your own Child Lures program materials for use at civic meetings, church groups, and for home-schooled students.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Internet Safety
Clay County’s young people spend some of their leisure time online. The Internet can be a wonderful learning and social tool but it can also expose unsuspecting children to the criminal element. We encourage parents to review these simple guidelines with their children.

DO keep your personal information (last name, password, address, phone number) private.

DO stop what you are doing and tell a trusted adult if something online makes you uncomfortable.

DO avoid arguments with online bullies.

DON’T meet in person with online-only friends.

DON’T become an online bully by being abusive to others via email.

DON’T open email or download files from people you don’t know.


 
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