Links for Parents:
National Crime Prevention Council
Features topics that reflect common issues and safety concerns that children face as they grow up. Follow the links for information on each topic and how parents can act to keep their children safe, give them skills to protect themselves and resist negative peer pressure, and engage them in positive activities.
FBI - Kids' Page
The Kids' Page is designed for children and their parents to learn more about the FBI through age-appropriate games, tips, stories and interactives. We also introduce you to our working dogs and show how FBI special agents and analysts investigate cases.
Parent Guide to Internet Safety
Learn how to help keep your children safe on the Internet by reading A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety. A publication from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
NetLingo is a digital reference guide that helps millions of people around the world learn about the most commonly used words, smileys, acronyms and so on, that keep sprouting up on the Internet. Includes a link for the "Top 50 Internet Acronyms Parents Need to Know".
Parent/ Teacher Guide to Gangs
A website by Robert Walker who specializes in gang identification training and acts as an expert witness.
Parents- The Anti Drug
TheAntiDrug.com was created by the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign to equip parents and other adult caregivers with the tools they need to raise drug-free kids. Working with the nation's leading experts in the fields of parenting and substance abuse prevention, TheAntiDrug.com serves as a drug prevention information center, and a supportive community for parents to interact and learn from each other.
MADD believes it’s possible for our nation to eliminate the tragedy of drunk driving and prevent underage drinking. And are committed to serving drunk driving victims/survivors.
Family Watch Dog
We invite you to use our free service to locate registered sex offenders in your area. Just enter an address and we'll show a map. You can click on the squares that appear and see photos (where available) addresses, convictions and other information about the offender.
Seat Belt/Child Safety Seat Questions
The Tennessee Traffic Safety Resource Service, (TTSRS) is a statewide resource service where traffic safety educators, program providers, professionals, law enforcement, safety advocates and individuals can get quick, current, and FREE educational materials and information to assist them in
their fight against community and statewide traffic safety issues.