Protecting our kids from stranger danger | News
ATLANTA -- We've had several stories in the headlines lately about adults preying on children.
In Dunwoody this week, police issued a warning after a suspicious man in a van was driving around and spotted talking to a little girl in a neighborhood off of Roberts Road.
Then Wednesday, two young children were abducted in DeKalb County by a stranger who stopped on the highway, seemingly to help the kids' mom with her broken down car.
So, we want to help you talk to your kids about stranger danger, and what to do if they're in a dangerous situation.
Allison Neal, co-founder of Revved Up Kids, a child safety program, offered some tips on 11Alive News Today.