Clatskanie Baptist ChurchVolunteer Security TipsFor Ambassadors Soccer Camp
“Preparation was the single most important key to success.” “Preparation means…anticipating potential trouble.” (From the book, “Leadership” by Rudi Giuliani. Page 52; 64)
THEME for soccer camp week is: “See Something, Say Something” We want to encourage volunteers to take the initiative to speak up when they see something suspicious or unusual.
Tips for reporting suspicious activity:A) Suspicious vehicle-License plate number and state -Color of vehicle-Body style (2Dr, 4Dr, Wagon, etc) -Location and direction of travel-Description of occupantsB) Suspicious person-Race -Sex-Clothing -Height-Weight -Location and direction of travel-Facial features (Hair color, Hair length, mustache, beard, glasses, scars)
Contact local law enforcement right away. Clatskanie police: 503-728-2145.
Registrars, make sure children who walk home, ride a bicycle or drive have a note for permission from their parent/guardian.
Ask the child if this is your “dad” or” mom.”
Remember:-Children are most vulnerable when alone.-Abductions are often someone whom the child knows. Family abductions make up the majority of kidnap offenders, as in a custody battle.-Safety first. Prevention is the key. Develop a plan of action.