Personal Alarms are small, inexpensive products that help keep your children and the rest of your family safe from any punks with bad intentions. There are many different types of these alarms but all do the same thing – give a very loud, piercing alarm when activated.

To activate the device you simply need to remove a pin or push a button. I would advise not to hold the alarm too close to your ear although, in a time of crisis, it doesn’t matter because you will be ready for the noise but not the attacker.

Providing your child with a Personal Alarm to carry will not only give you peace of mind, but will also give your child a sense of security.

In fact, each member of your family should carry a Personal Alarm at all times for protection.

Here are some situations in which these products can help your child:

1. A Personal Alarm is a great way of providing an extra measure of safety in your child’s room. Letting a child sleep alone is a good way to teach independence at home and can be a source of joy for both the child and parent. Knowing your child has access to an alarm gives you peace of mind.

2. Children face many dangers, regardless of age. We always think of an abduction as the greatest threat, but what about other dangers, such as bullies or injuries. A Personal Alarm is a very effective method of assisting your child when they need help. If he or she get hurt while playing or any other activity there may not be anyone around to help them. By activating their Personal Alarm they can attract the attention of an adult to come to their aid.

3. Another good example of how an alarm can help your child can be when he or she is playing in a public playground, when unfortunately no adults are nearby. If a playground intruder decides to abduct a child from the playground or take a child by force, the loud sound of the alarm will alert anyone nearby, hopefully scaring them away.

Knowing that a Personal Alarm will deter any unwanted intruders, as well as alert you when trouble arises, you will now have the confidence that you need to attend to your daily duties without worrying about personal safety.

Don’t let your child be the next victim of a crime!