Therefore, here are some tips suggested by Clint Van Zandt, a former member of the FBI's Behavioral Sciences Unit :
1. Before left home or school, input notes into a shirt pocket child that includes the child's name and phone number or responsible caregiver who can be contacted immediately. As far as possible, do not include your home address because you do not want strangers to tell the child that she should be delivered to the house.
2. Before entering public areas, make sure all familiar with the plan and where they should go if they separate. Families should always set a meeting place that has been agreed upon previously, the fountain area in the spacious outdoor mall or drugstore at the mall. Make sure your child understands that he was not allowed to leave the place when he last saw you, except to go to the meeting place that has been previously agreed. He should tell the security guards, store managers, or mothers who carry a child that she lost. He should not sit alone and look like he was lost because of an attitude like that can attract the attention of kidnappers.
3. If the child is equipped phone, the phone can facilitate the search by tracking the cell phone pings emitted from the nearest cell phone tower, so it very well if it possible to equip children with the phone (note: of course with the supervision of the use of pulses also by parents).
4. When to go to crowded places such as amusement parks, use the camera on your phone (if there is a camera) for photographing all the kids in your group. So, there are photographs showing the physique and the clothes worn every child, the photos can be used by searchers and can even be downloaded, copied, and distributed if necessary.
5. Lastly, if the child is found, quickly praise him and do not get yelled at. You must show him that you miss her and that next time he should always be near you. If you scold him, you just add guilt to the child who has just experienced a daunting experience.