Dale Jackson is a Criminologist and former Police Senior Crime Prevention Officer residing on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Parents can’t afford to rely on anyone else to protect children. This book was designed to empower parents with knowledge to train children from as young as four years to stop the unthinkable happening. Dale holds a belief that it’s far better to spend the time training children to counter sexual abuse than spend the time repairing them as broken adults.
What Dale has set out to do is to empower parents in building a wall of protection to safeguard children against child sexual abuse and abduction during early childhood and teenage years, which will establish a framework for safety well into their adult lives.
Dale has developed two training strategies to protect children:
The SAT Program (Sexual Abuse Training) - about building a five-step wall of protection, an early-intervention strategy to harden children against the risk of inappropriate adult sexual behaviour from the time they learn to wash their hands and communicate with adults.
The CAT Program (Counter Abduction Training) - about Stranger Danger, dealing with strangers, safety in numbers, the power of screaming, safe routes to school, safe collection after school, and Car Pull-up Drills to counter street abduction.