Remember that an attacker or sex offender can be male or female. Report it if they say anything that makes you feel uncomfortable or do anything to you that is wrong and should not be done. (Parents please make sure that your child learns this).
As a child you may have to fend off an attack. If this does happen try to remember everything you can about what happens.
Again you must remember any names that are said out loud:
what the person look like:
the plate number of the car or any part of it:
the car’s color and type:
and where the incident took place.
Remember everything you can. Then tell your parents, the school teacher, police and your friends. Telling your friends may help them from being hurt by an attacker. A child can be surprised at what he or she can do or remember.
Again, know that this book is here only to provide information that may help young people protect themselves from predators. Practice the techniques described in this book over and over to be comfortable with each step. Practice, and then practice again so that you will be able to protect yourself. Always be watchful of events happening around you. Children have been attacked and abducted in the home, in the park or on the street even when other people are around.
There are too many young people being attacked or abducted and in the end they may lose their life. We can not let these predators get away.
“If THIS IS AN ATTACKER”
Fight to Protect Yourself