Family Safety Week
It's a family safety issue no parent ever wants to face - a missing child. Find out what police need from parents when it happens.
Doing research about campus crime is easier now that lawmakers have required schools to report the information.
There are easy and efficient ways to track your belongings so that you can have them covered by insurance in a disaster.
There are a number of things you can be doing now to protect your family if disaster strikes in your home.
As part of Family Safety Week, Ohio State students are sharing the story of how a Carbon monoxide detector saved their lives.
Children are using iPads and other tablets as much, if not more, than their parents. But should you be putting time limits in place.
If you are getting junk mail addressed to your child, it could be a warning sign that their ID has been stolen.
Things you use every single day could pose a danger to the little ones in your life. Read more.
Driving instructors say teaching the kids the rules of the road means convincing them to be defensive drivers.
Ohio Highway Patrol Troopers know the dangers of standing on the side of a busy highway.
For Family Safety Week, 10TV rode along with Hilliard Police to see what common mistakes drivers should learn to avoid.
Family Safety Links
- FBI Summer Safety Tips
- Safe Kids Worldwide
- Heat Dangers For Kids
- Summer Safety Rules From Parents
- Honda Defensive Driving Program
- Teen Safe Driving Tips
- Home Food Safety - Cook At Safe Temperatures
- U.S. Fire Administration – Carbon Monoxide Danger
- CDC Tips To Prevent Poisonings
- US EPA – Prevent Poisonings In Your Home
- U.S. EPA Indoor Air Quality
- Internet and Social Networking Safety
- Remind Kids: Online Actions Have Consequences
- Stay Safe Online