The Stop Abduction Program raises societal awareness to new dangers and equips students in Kindergarten – College to live well-informed without living in fear. Our curriculum redefines who a stranger is, both in-person and online, and teaches students how to recognize and respond to their own instinctive warning system, with people they know, hardly know and do not know at all. Our safeguard tools include interactive materials, videos and practice scenarios in preparation to be alert, to be informed and to be prepared when online or in proximity to others. Stop Abduction is scalable to every school, college and university
nationwide and can impact every community where people live.
Stop Abduction curriculum is best facilitated in Physical Education classes or designated classrooms in grades K-12. College and university students utilize the initiative through athletic programs and student assemblies. The Stop Abduction Program provides educators and students with a comprehensive Common Core aligned curriculum which is broken down into
three sections for easy instruction in the elementary, middle and high school settings.
OPTION 1: STOP ABDUCTION STAFF
Our team utilizes curriculum development through interactive materials, videos and practice scenarios; and delivers lessons in ways that facilitate or accelerate student learning. The curriculum materials are simple and straightforward but reflect effective strategies for on-site learning as it pertains to a specific age group. Program assessment is available within a school calendar year.
OPTION 2: TEACHER TRAINING
Our comprehensive on-site training program provides educators with a clear understanding of curriculum objectives and includes step-by-step instruction for easy implementation. On-site training conveniently equips educators to teach practical, life skills in established classrooms, thereby optimizing student learning and skill effectiveness. Stop Abduction offers teaching strategies for each aspect of the program as well as continual implementation support throughout the school year.
PREVENTATIVE EDUCATION – FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE
COLLEGE DIALOGUE SESSIONS INCLUDE