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Article Teaser: This article covers the most important topic that every parent faces on a DAILY basis. As our Urban as well as Rural communities become ever more violent and corrupted with creeps and criminals who should be in Prison but are out on early release and work-programs, we all need to prepare ourselves and our families with plans and some easily obtained personal protection tools. Used correctly, the means described in this article may help save a loved one's life.

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What Is The Secret To Keeping Your Children Safe In Public?

Copyright (c) 2008-2017

Some things just need fixing. I have always loved to repair things. Some people might call me a "Gear Head" or a "Mr. Fix-it". Well, lately I have seen a lot of things critically wrong in our neighborhoods that need some fixing. Let me explain...

All you need to do is read any daily newspaper or watch the news and you will rapidly become aware of horror stories that none of us thinks will ever directly affect us as individuals or as a family. Not true! Get that kind of thinking out of your mind. Criminals, rapists, murderers, crack heads, thieves and every other kind of crackpots are out there in higher numbers than EVER BEFORE.

As families, we all need to have a PLAN OF ACTION incorporated as a part of our daily routine for immediate use if and when something bad happens to any of us in the general happenings of our daily lives. We really need a couple of plans to fall back on if the first one doesn't protect our loved ones and us. I have offered some plans in past articles and will continue to keep gearing you up to provide pro-active plans (rather than re-active) so you can also be a Mr./Ms. Fix-it for yourself and your families.

One of the most gut-wrenching and horrible feelings any parent can experience often happens in the blink of an eye. You turn around and your CHILD IS NOT THERE! It can happen at the park, the mall, and the zoo or anywhere in a matter of seconds. Let me first explain the problem and then some super fixes from the Mr. Fix-it Toolkit.

Some Quick Ways That Kids Go Missing

1. They can simply wander away without saying anything to anyone. They might just get distracted. However, some creep, crack head, jerk, pervert or geek might just grab them and run. This is a bad, bad, REALLY BAD scene no matter what.

2. Another child can pull your child away to show them something interesting and before you know it the crowd swallows them up. They're short and you can lose them quickly. Rotten seeds in our population are aware of this.

3. Kids love animals, in particular small animals. Creeps and goons that may want to abduct your kids know this and exploit the children's natural instinct that draws them to fuzzy little cute animals.

4. Cell phones, discussions with other people we are with, sales clerks, waiters, etc. all represent things that can serve as distractions to us as parents just long enough to allow awful things to happen. Always be extra alert in these everyday situations.

5. There are desperate, despicable, horrible criminal goons that will just try and swoop in and grab and run away with your child. As a parent you must be vigilant and aware that these creeps are out there in our neighborhoods, malls, parks and schoolyards.

Powerful Kid Saving Combat Methods From The "Mr. Fix-It" Toolkit
  • I never like to see a child on a leash. There are ways that you can save your child by better, less distasteful methods. Alarms that look like a KITTY or a PANDA can be worn by the children that transmit to a receiver that is held by an adult. The signal is adjustable from a distance of 6 to 30 feet. As soon as the child is further than the set distance the adults' alarm starts beeping to alert them that the child has wandered off.
  • Battery operated BLINKIES can be attached to the child's hat or coat that can be seen for up to 1/2 mile away. These come in seven vibrant colors. They are waterproof and shock resistant so they are perfect for bicycles also.
  • Plan with your child and GEAR THEM UP with a personal alarm that they can activate by pulling out a pin to let you know where they are if you get separated. Let them know that they will never get in trouble for making a little noise, as it is far better than any alternative!
  • There is even a pocket whistle that you don't need to blow. At the push of a button, this small, but powerful, device lets out a 120db whistle for as long as the button is depressed. This can also be very useful in emergency situations like earthquakes, etc as a location device for rescue.
  • Many of these items and more can be used as part of a key chain, necklace or an article of clothing. They should be part of a comprehensive set of plans that every family needs to have in place to GEAR UP for any eventuality that could happen.

    There are an alarming number of bad people out there that prey upon our children and loved ones in a variety of different ways. We all need to become GEARED UP and prepared to defend ourselves against these horrible excuses for human beings. They are usually little more than escaped animals from a zoo and need to be re-caged.

    If you run into one of these perverts, I hope you have read some of my prior articles that describe easy methods of protection. I particularly like the 18% OC pepper spray that will completely render even the largest attacker to a sniveling, crying and temporarily blind thug until the authorities arrive. Let him cry and wine and inhale some more spray to further enhance his coughing fit! He deserves it.

    Remember to plan your protection and work your plan to be safe. GEAR UP WITH GOOD TOOLS AND KNOW HOW TO USE THEM! As always, be aware, be safe but remember to think about these issues and take the necessary steps to give you peace of mind for your future.


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    My name is Gerry Veale and as a Personal Safety Consultant I will educate any reader concerning ways to guard against personal attackers of all kinds. I will explain how to use all the tools that can easily be obtained while illustrating that our common sense is one of the most important of them all. I will continue to write articles that have appeal to a wide variety of readers and will include descriptions and usage of personal safety devices that can be purchased so you can GEAR UP the whole family at very reasonable prices that all can afford. To learn more about the products I offer for sale please visit me at my Personal Safety website - http://www.vealesafety.com/ or my Surveillance Camera website at
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