posted on Feb, 1 2013 @ 07:46 AM
Torq is right call the cops, remember he made a threat saying he knows where she lives. I know you gotten wrapped up that you kid is in danger, but
when someone say they know where you live that puts everyone in that household in danger now.
There are something you should do be for you make the call.
1. Get your kid a cheap cell phone if she does not already have one. Make sure she has it with her at all times. I know some schools don’t let them
have them, so hid it in her backpack and make sure she knows to keep it near her (near is within 5’ or five quick steps).
2. If you send her to school, make sure she has an exit rout. Look at a school map check where her classrooms are and make sure she know all the
exits. Once she knows that, find a spot on the school grounds that she can hide once she’s out of the building. This location should be near the
edge of the school grounds and give her the best chance to hide, till help comes in. It should also have a clear view of the main entrance to the
school grounds; since this will most likely be the entrance any help would uses.
3. Ok now to the S.O.S. if some reason all hell breaks loose , tell her to use the cell phone and call you, not 911 the moment shots are fired there
should be others calling 911 for the school. (note be sure to turn the number pads sound off) Now tell her to call you 3 times and hang up after it
rings twice, do this really quick one right after another. Tell her even if you pick up after the seconded or third ring to hang up and dial again.
This is an SOS call it lets you know all has gone wrong. At this time you can call 911 if you wish and report she’s in danger. She should be busy
trying to hide and get to safety, as said in number two.
4. Once she gets to a safe spot and there is no danger around her then she can call and talk to you. But until help is there she should stay hidden.
If she feels she might have been spotted tell her to hang up and find a new spot. Wash repeat number two as needed. Her being on the phone will hinder
her ability to spot danger coming as she moving to a new hiding spot, you don’t need to increase her physical risk for your mental peace.
5. If the police get there be for you do, tell her stay hidden till the cop get out of his or her car. If the cop has his or her gun drawn stay
hidden, wait till another cop car gets there. The police that are responding already have their hands full. When the backup comes in. That should be
the time for her to call to them for help. Tell her to wave her hands over her head with her fingers spread out and palms facing the police, while
calling for help. Remember the police might not have a clue who the attacker is yet and you don’t want them seeing her as a danger.
Ok that’s the basics, at least off the top of my head. I have four kids myself so I know how you feel, and yes most of them know what I just posted
above. The youngest does not, but she has yet to start crawling.
There is a lot more to it, but it would take me the better part of a week to type it all out.