Local Kids Learn About Stranger Danger

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More than 100 kids learned about what to do if they’re ever in an uncomfortable situation with a stranger or someone they know.

The third annual Safety Awareness event kicked off teaching 4-11-year-olds about what to do if they are incorrectly touched, how to understand their feelings and how to react if someone tries to kidnap them.

“The one thing that I made sure that we stressed to the kids today was you will never get in trouble if you tell that somebody’s abusing you or touching you in an inappropriate way,” Safety Awareness creator Michael Almond said. “You tell an adult you will never be in trouble.”

The Superior Police Department and CASDA were a few of the event speakers.

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