Child Safety

Child Safety Classes
Throughout the year, the Parker Police Department hosts free Child Safety classes for the general public.

These classes are designed for children 5 to 14 years old who desire to learn 9-1-1 education, how to avoid dangerous situations, and what to do and how to act in dangerous and/or uncomfortable situations. Commonly referred to as "Stranger Danger" Class; however more emphasis will be placed on "Dangerous Situations" children may get themselves into; even with a person they know and trust.

This is not a self-defense class and parents are required to stay the duration of the class.

To see if we have any classes currently available, click here.
Kids in a circle
Traveling to School:
Safety tips to share with your children

Whether children walk, ride their bicycle or take the bus to school, it is extremely important that they take proper safety precautions.
Resources for Parents & Guardians
The Parker Police Department wants to assist parents and guardians in protecting their children. It is very important that children learn how to be safer and make smart decisions. Below are a variety of brochures, provided by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, to help you and your child learn about safety. For more information, please visit www.missingkids.com.
The following flyers are available online
  • Child Safety is More than a Slogan
    Positive messages and safety skills that will build your child’s self-esteem and self-confidence while helping to keep them safer 
  • Know the Rules...Abduction and Harm
    Prevention tips for parents and guardians
  • Know the Rules...Home Alone
    Important points parents should consider prior to allowing their child to be unsupervised after school
  • Knowing the Rules...Going To and From School
    Tips to help parents prepare their children for a safer journey to and from school 
  • Safety Tips for Expectant Parents
    Safety guidelines to prevent infant abduction
  • What Should You Do If You See a Child Who Appears to Be Lost?
    Tips about what to do when you see a child who appears to be lost
  • Tips for Protecting Child Athletes from Sexual Abuse
    Guidelines for parents whose children participate in sports activities
  • Knowing My Rules for Safety
    Safety tips poster for children 
  • Keeping Kids Safer on the Internet
    Safety tips for families whose children use online services