How to protect your child from kidnapping? We’ve got 14 kidnappers’ tricks that kidnappers use when interacting with children. Be careful and show this video to your little ones!
Every year thousands of kids get abducted all over the world. The kidnappers have all the skills of a good psychologist. They know how to win the kids’ hearts to manipulate their minds perfectly.
One of the most common tricks all kidnappers use is asking kids for help. If you feel like things have gone too wild and the hysterics is more than a regular grumpy attack, it won’t hurt to check on them. If you spot a suspicious adult watching kids go up and down the slides or building sand castles – let them know that you know. Some abductors will let the kid play a “demo” game to invite them into the car later to continue.
After winning the child’s trust, the villain can say they have to go to the hospital immediately, because “mom is in trouble.” If you ever overhear that kind of conversation between a kid and an adult, take action.Molesters can invite kids to save local heroes: popular celebrities, coaches or school teachers. They don’t even have to invent a fake name for themselves, just say they were sent by that person everyone knows and loves.
A driver who is asking a child for directions and invites him or her to get into that car to guide them is 99% a child abductor. When you get lost while driving, you are more likely to ask a policeman or other adults for help, right?
The easiest way to win someone’s trust is to pretend to be someone everyone trusts already. A policeman, for example. However, a real police officer will try to find the child’s parents and not just take the little one away. If you confront the obviously fake policeman and he refuses to show his ID, try to take a picture of him.
Asking for help 0:37
Crying kid 1:32
Playground observers 2:27
Free stuff 2:56
Puppies trick 3:58
Fake friend 4:37
The hero lure 5:37
Using other kids 6:13
Asking for directions 6:44
Offering a ride 7:14
The fame lure 8:00
Fake policemen 8:36
Sir or Madam 9:22
The looks 9:40
-One of the most common tricks all kidnappers use is asking kids for help. If you ever hear an adult begging for help at a playground, it is a reason to be alarmed.
-If you feel like things have gone too wild and the hysterics is more than a regular grumpy attack, it won’t hurt to check on them. Ask the kid and the accompanying adult if everything is alright, and how they all are related.
-If you spot a suspicious adult watching kids go up and down the slides or building sand castles – let them know that you know. Take a picture of that stranger.
-Kids are very kind and trustful. When offered candy, toys or cool gadgets like smartphones and tablets, they will follow the kind stranger anywhere.
-7% of abductors use puppies to win the kid’s attention and trust.
-An abductor can do some serious research on the prospective victim and pretend they’re someone they know well.
-Molesters can invite kids to save local heroes: popular celebrities, coaches or school teachers.
-Sometimes molesters use other kids to win the child’s trust.
-A driver who is asking a child for directions and invites him or her to get into that car to guide them is 99% a child abductor.
-There were known cases in criminal practice when children were taken away on motorcycles after they were offered a fun ride.
-Kidnappers approach kids complimenting their looks and offering easy fame and success.
-If you confront the obviously fake policeman and he refuses to show his ID, try to take a picture of him.
-If you hear a child call an adult accompanying him or her "Sir" or "Madam," it is a warning sign, as well.
-If you see a well-dressed child being taken somewhere by a strangely-looking adult dressed carelessly or even somewhat like a homeless person, do not ignore it.
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