The Greatest Save Safety Quiz - Are You Safe?

Parents

1. I don't need to teach personal safety education to my children until they start school.

True
False

2. I don't need to worry about my boys being victims of sexual predators.

True
False

3. A talk about personal safety is not enough.

True
False

4. Most abductions and molestations occur within a quarter mile of the victim's home.

True
False

5. Missing children are not a problem in this country.

True
False

6. Most victims of abduction are young children.

True
False

7. Parents should have software on the computer to monitor their child's usage.

True
False

8. P911 in chat lingo means please call the police.

True
False

9. For safety's sake, I need to review what my child is text messaging or typing in chat rooms.

True
False

10. My child could be talking to a stranger on line.

True
False

11. It is vital to stay on top of older teen's internet use.

True
False

12. It is imperative to discuss internet safety with younger children.

True
False

13. All teens know it's not safe to post personal information on line.

True
False

14. For most teens the internet is a large part of social networking.

True
False

15. Troubled teens are more likely to form on line relationships with people they don't know.

True
False

16. The computer should be in a room used by all family members with the screen visible to anyone.

True
False

17. Children cannot be taught to avoid circumstances that put them at risk.

True
False

18. I need to know that all of the adults in organizations that work with my child have been screened and properly trained to avoid situations that could compromise their position and/or put my child at risk.

True
False

19. Predators use "grooming" to gain a child's trust: giving gifts, playing games, keeping secrets, isolating the child through activities like camping, babysitting, staying later.

True
False

20. Children with high self esteem are less likely to be targets of \"grooming\" by a predator.

True
False