Oswego County Sheriff’s Office Organizes Local Child Safety Program For Students

OSWEGO, NY – Sheriff Reuel Todd of the Oswego County Sheriff’s office is organizing the annual child safety program for the children of Oswego County.

Students, K through fourth grade in the Oswego County schools will receive age-appropriate safety manuals, which will be handed out through Sheriff Todd’s Child Safety Program.

The material will offer information about topics of concern such as, general child safety, dangerous people, bicycle safety, Internet safety, drug awareness, violence prevention, bullies, and senior safety.

Sheriff Todd has reviewed this material and approved of the content.

Local businesses have helped cover the cost of the materials to help get the message to all children and parents within the Oswego County area.

The National Child Safety Council is offering this program designed specifically for elementary children.

Letters will be sent to business and industrial leaders asking for additional support of the program.

National Child Safety Council, founded in 1954, is a national non-profit organization, which is non-commercial and tax-exempt under provision 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

As such, all contributions are tax-deductible.