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From the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children website:
- Teach your children to always TAKE A FRIEND with them when walking or biking, and stay with a group while standing at the bus stop. Make sure they know which bus to ride.
- Walk the route to and from school with your children pointing out landmarks and safe places to go if they’re being followed or need help. Teach your children they should NEVER TAKE SHORTCUTS and always stay in well-lit areas.
- It is not safe for young children to walk to and from school, even in a group. Parents should always provide supervision for young children to help ensure their safe arrival to and from school. If your children wait for a bus, wait with them or make arrangements for supervision at the bus stop.
- Teach your children that if anyone bothers them, makes them feel scared or uncomfortable to trust their feelings and immediately get away from that person. Teach them it is ok not to be polite and IT IS OK TO SAY NO.
- Teach your children if anyone tries to take them somewhere they should RESIST by kicking and screaming, try to run away and DRAW ATTENTION by kicking and screaming “This person is trying to take me away” or “This person is not my father/mother.”
- Teach your children NOT TO ACCEPT A RIDE from anyone unless you have said it is ok in that instance. If anyone follows them in a vehicle they should turn around, go in the other direction, and run to a trusted adult who may help them.
- Teach your children that grownups should NOT ASK CHILDREN FOR DIRECTIONS, they should ask other adults.
- Teach your children to NEVER ACCEPT MONEY OR GIFTS from anyone unless you have told them it is ok to accept in each instance.
- Make sure the school has current and accurate emergency contact information on file for your children and confirm names of those authorized.
- Always know where your children will be. Teach your children to always CHECK FIRST before changing their plans before or after school. Teach your children to never leave school, with anyone unless they CHECK FIRST with you or another trusted adult, even if someone tells them it is an emergency.
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A&E Network returns the four most-watched real-life crime and justice series on cable for all-new premieres beginning Thursday, December 8, with new episodes of “The First 48″ at 9PM and “Beyond Scared Straight” at 10PM ET/PT and on Wednesday, January 4, new seasons of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” at 9PM and “Steven Seagal Lawman” at 10PM ET/PT.
THE FIRST 48 premieres Thursday, December 8 at 9pm ET/PT.
“The First 48,” the critically-acclaimed series that follows real-life homicide detectives across the country, returns with its most intense and intriguing cases yet. This season, homicide detectives from Miami, Dallas, Birmingham, Harris County, TX and DeKalb County, GA, race to find leads, witnesses, and evidence – before they disappear. And the clock is ticking.
“The First 48″ is produced by ITV Studios America for A&E Network. The Executive Producer for ITV Studios America is John X. Kim; Co-Executive Producer is Lorna Thomas. Executive producers for A&E are Peter Tarshis, Laura Fleury and David McKillop.
“Beyond Scared Straight” premieres Thursday, December 8 at 10pm ET/PT.
Academy award-winning producer Arnold Shapiro’s #1 non-fiction crime and justice series on cable, “Beyond Scared Straight” follows prison and jail deterrence programs aimed at helping at-risk teens. Each one-hour episode focuses on a different existing “behind bars” program in the U.S. that follows four teens as they enter intensive one-day “incarceration” sessions that show them the consequences of bad choices and criminal behavior. This season a 13-year-old realizes she may be pregnant by the 20-year-old boyfriend she met online; two teens unexpectedly encounter family members behind bars; the program pays a visit to the county morgue and at the end of the day the teens must convince the deputies that they are worthy of leaving jail.
“Beyond Scared Straight” is produced by Arnold Shapiro Productions for A&E Network. Executive Producer is Arnold Shapiro. Co-Executive Producer is Paul J. Coyne. A&E Executive Producers are David McKillop and Laura Fleury.
“Dog the Bounty Hunter” season 8 premieres Wednesday, January 4 at 9pm ET/PT.
The world’s most famous bounty hunter, Duane “Dog” Chapman, is back with action-packed, high-stakes hunts from Hawaii to Colorado, tracking down fugitives along side his wife Beth and fearless family-based posse. The intensity of bounty hunting is taking its toll on the Chapman family this year – Baby Lyssa has a run-in with the law after a night of drinking, Duane Lee is fighting with Dog and Beth about his responsibilities to the family business and Leland is stuck in the middle. Dog and Beth are trying to keep the family working together, and in this season, they have some of the most adrenaline fueled, heart pumping chases and catches to date.
“Dog the Bounty Hunter” is produced by Hybrid Films for A&E Network. David Houts and Daniel Elias serve as the executive producers for Hybrid Films. David McKillop and Neil A. Cohen serve as the A&E executive producers.
“Steven Seagal Lawman” season 3 premieres Wednesday, January 4 at 10pm ET/PT.
“Steven Seagal Lawman” chronicles martial arts expert and international film star Steven Seagal’s extraordinary life in law enforcement. This season, Seagal has joined up with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona to execute outstanding arrest warrants, respond to emergency situations, work with the narcotics unit and much more. Arizona is on the front line of narcotics trade, murders, cartels and smuggling and Steven has set up residency in Maricopa County to help keep the peace and protect the community. In each thirty-minute episode, fans will ride shotgun with Seagal as he and Sheriff’s deputies work on open cases and respond to crimes in progress.
“Steven Seagal Lawman” is produced for A&E Network by ITV Studios America and Steamroller Productions. John X. Kim is the Executive Producer for ITV Studios America. Jake Laufer and Harvey Wilson are Co-Executive Producers for ITV Studios America. Steven Seagal and Phillip B. Goldfine are Executive Producers for Steamroller Productions. Binh Dang is a Producer for Steamroller Productions. Executive Producers for A&E are Neil A.Cohen and David McKillop.
About A&E Network
A&E is “Real Life. Drama.” Now reaching more than 99 million homes, A&E is television that you can’t turn away from; where unscripted shows are dramatic and scripted dramas are authentic. A&E offers a diverse mix of high quality entertainment ranging from the network’s original scripted series, including “The Glades,” and “Breakout Kings,” to signature non-fiction franchises, including the Emmy-winning “Intervention,” “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” “Hoarders,” “Beyond Scared Straight” and “Storage Wars,” and the most successful justice shows on cable, including “The First 48.” The A&E website is located at www.aetv.com.
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Beth talks about Penn State, Bail and Season 8
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Honolulu, HI – DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER stars Duane and Beth Chapman are celebrating the grand opening of their new logo merchandise shop in Hawaii Kai this Saturday, as follows:
DA KINE DOG HOUSE GRAND OPENING
Saturday, November 5, 2011
10 a.m.~7:30 p.m.
Autograph session with Duane “Dog” Chapman from 3~6 p.m.
Koko Marina Center (near Zippy’s)
“Dog” and family members from the show will autograph merchandise purchased at the store from 3-6 p.m., so this is the perfect time to get that special gift for the “Dog the Bounty Hunter” fans on your holiday list!
Da Kine Dog House features official “Dog the Bounty Hunter” merchandise, from clothing and accessories, to photos, books, DVDs, mouse pads, bags, keychains, and much more. There is always a sale rack at the store, as well, with items marked down 30% or more.
Da Kine Dog House at Koko Marina Center is replacing a previous store located near Da Kine Bail Bonds, the Chapmans’ bail bonds business. The Chapmans live in Hawaii Kai and love the community, so they wanted to move the store closer to home. Koko Marina is also popular among locals and visitors, with ample free parking, and easy access to The Bus and visitor transportation, so they felt the location was perfect.
Season 8 of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” premieres on December 14th, on A&E.
DA KINE DOG HOUSE
Koko Marina Center
7192 Kalanianaole Highway
Honolulu, Hawaii 96825
Open Daily, 10:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Tel. (808) 396-1120
Also online at http://www.thebountystore.com!