Running, fighting back can work in child abduction cases.

Discussion in 'General' started by arnisador, Sep 7, 2010.

  1. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Study: Capable kids their own best abduction defense - The Denver Post

     
  2. Leopard

    Leopard New Member

    one of the first things I tell students is to run and yell if they fell they are in danger. If nothing else it may draw attention to them and their attacker so someone can identify the attacker afterwards.
     
  3. John222

    John222 New Member

    Such type of abuses are becoming common. A child should run fast with screaming so that nearby people notice him and the attackers. In this case there are good chances that attackers will end up their mission.
     

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