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CarefulParents.com reviews all Alert! entries to ensure that it meets the following criteria:
- Information is accurate and reflects a legitimate danger.
- Does not contain needless explicit language or inappropriate subject matter.
Site owners reserve the right to remove an content for any reason at any time. If you have questions about our evaluation process please submit a comment and request to be contacted.
CarefulParents.com website contains share links on every post to make it easier for you to tell your friends through popular social media sites. As well, word of mouth is still the most effective means of getting the word out. Please submit a comment form if you have any suggestions.
Your membership to CarefulParents.com will never expire. CarefulParents.com administrators reserve the right to suspend or cancel a membership if the member displays habitual inappropriate behavior such as continuous submissions of Alerts! that do not reflect the purpose of this site; comments that are not appropriate or abusive.
CarefulParents.com offers free lifetime memberships to parent contributors.
Comments must be removed by a CarefulParents.com administrator. To request the removal of a comment contact us.
CarefulParents.com administrators review all new posts for accuracy, appropriateness and content. Alert! submissions are reviewed in order that they are received. If you cannot find an Alert! that you submitted search the title in the search field of the header. If it does not appear in the results, contact us for assistance.
A CarefulParent.com Alert! is a post on the site that has been provided by a parent who has important information about something that poses a potential danger or threat to children. All Alerts! will consist of a related image, a detailed description about the danger, and possibly a web site address to more information of articles related to the danger.
Published Alert! can only be removed by a CarefulParents.com administrators. To request the removal of an Alert! contact us.
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CarefulParents.com was created as the first-ever public website designed to allow parents to share information with other parents regarding dangers or threats to our children. It was the idea of it’s founder, John Michels, who first learned of the Slender Man after a horrible stabbing perpetrated by young girls against another young girl in Wisconsin.
John envisioned a website that would enable parents to Alert! other parents about dangerous activities, behaviors, apps or anything that represents a threat to children.
It is the goal of CarefulParents.com to be the parent community where parents write the content and share it for all parents to see and take action for the safety of their children.