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To be the expert source on safety education and behavior for every child in the communities we serve.
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goal to reach and teach kids
Community Partners 4 Kids believes that every child deserves a safe childhood. As children and youth face risks every day, CP4Kids seeks to be a source of education, action, and encouragement. Recognizing that education is key in helping children avoid dangers, we provide safety, prevention training, and resources for families.
CP4Kids works to form partnerships with families to provide information children must learn in order to recognize dangers and take action. Providing education in live workshops and using one of our many technological resources, the end result of a prepared child can be trusted.
About Our Programs
The child safety programs available through Community Partners 4 Kids are designed to provide children, their families, schools, and the community with the resources needed to best protect and educate our youth.
Child Identification - Amber Alert Certified
CP4Kids’ Child ID program provides parents the opportunity to have an electronic record of their child’s photo and fingerprints. This resource can be easily shared with authorities during a time of emergency.
B-SAFE Educational Workshops
Through the use of video, children are given the knowledge and skills to avoid dangerous situations and individuals.
Publisher of the LV Child Safety Handbook
Distributed throughout the Lehigh Valley and surrounding area, the Child Safety Handbook provides safety and educational resources to the community.
Community Safety Days
Gathering as a community, CP4Kids holds events that educate and provide resources to families to keep their children safe.
Advanced Writing Skills (AWS)
Providing students in schools with additional writing skills through the use of a safety based curriculum that is tied to Pennsylvania standards.
Glen A. Dorney - Chief of Police, City of Allentown Police Department
We look forward to a continued collaborative working relationship which will be long lasting and beneficial to the children and residents of the City of Allentown. ”