Category: Everyday Safety Plans

“My Child Keeps Talking to Strangers! Help!”: Kidpower Stranger Safety Rules

Kids are much safer if they understand what a stranger is, the difference between being together or on your own, and to move away and check first with your adult if someone you don’t know well tries to approach you.


“I want to go to the public bathroom by myself!”

These 7 tips address many parents’ worries about how to talk to their kids, make decisions, and develop independence in using public bathrooms on their own.


Handling Panhandling So Panhandlers Won’t Handle YOU!

The first time I encountered people on the street asking for money, I was overwhelmed by a desire to help.


Combating Street Harassment

Like most women and some men, I am a veteran of street harassment. About 40 years ago, I was in my twenties traveling through Europe on my own, wearing a tie-dyed tee shirt and ragged blue jeans, treating the whole world as my friend. Although I mostly had a wonderful time, my trust was dampened […]


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