Child Abduction

Child abduction is the unauthorised removal or retention of a minor from a parent or anyone with legal responsibility for the child. Child abduction can be committed by parents or other family members; by people known but not related to the victim (such as neighbours, friends and acquaintances); and by strangers.

For more information about parental child abduction from the Action Against Abduction website, please visit here.

CLEVER NEVER GOES: For information about educating your child against stranger abduction please visit here for scenarios comic strips. CLEVER NEVER GOES is the new, child-friendly lesson that teaches children how to stay safe from abduction when they are outside (e.g. walking to or from school), or online. Visit their website here.