What’s “Safe Kids Now” about…


Everyone Wants Safer Communities Where Children Feel Respected and Protected. Be Part of the Solution!
Safe Kids Now Offers Steps to Keep Children Safe From Bullies, Abuse, Drugs, Crime and Violence.
Together…a voice for kids! Connect with the Safe Kids Now Network with monthly guest speaker teleconference calls.
National Safe Kids Now Network
Empowerment Parenting
My First Steps to a Safe Neighborhood

Street Safe Kids

Connect With Involved Americans Working to Keep Children Safe and Healthy.


SKN January Conference Call

Safe Kids Now Director Stephanie Mann discusses parenting. The Safe Kids Now January Conference Call is on January 28th. Click here to learn more. Call in: 515-739-1037 Code: 462489# Time: 8:30 am (PST) 9:30 am  (MST) 10:30 am (CST) 11:30 am (EST)

Gulf Coast Regional Coalition

Stephanie Mann will speak to the Gulf Coast Regional Coalition on Jan 16th. TOPIC: “How to keep your group going and growing.” The call will be at 1pm (ET) 10am (PT). Call in number: (888) 278-0296 – Access Code: 2041357# Don’t hesitate to email Safe Kids Now, if you have questions – Stephanie would like…

Latest News

New Safe Kids Now Assistant Manager

Announcement: We welcome Jo Ann Hoffman to Safe Kids Now!  She will be SKN Assistant Manager as we move forward. Jo Ann is a former teacher with a master’s degree which will be of great help as we launch into 2019. More information in January Newsletter.

Citizen participation can cut inner city crime in half!

Gun violence devastates family health and safety! We’ve all heard about violence in Chicago, Baltimore, Ferguson and other cities. Many Americans want more gun control, while others want more police. These are Band-Aid approaches because they don’t address root causes. Based on my 39 years as a crime and violence prevention specialist, here are my…

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WHAT MAKES THIS PROGRAM DIFFERENT? Stephanie Mann has been a crime and violence prevention specialist and consultant working with criminal justice agencies, politicians, police and citizen groups since 1976. She has helped city leaders strengthen families, support youth and restore community peace. Now, any city can strengthen families. Fear and anger grows when police assume too much power. When neighbors take ownership of neighborhood safety, they reduce social isolation, fear and PREVENT youthful bad behavior. Involved neighbors can build trust, restore hope, solve problems and help create community PEACE. The imbalance of power led to violence in Ferguson MO and Baltimore MD and many other cities. Demonstrations across America exposed the breakdown between citizens and police.

About the Author

Stephanie L Mann the Executive director of SKN

Stephanie L. Mann

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