PARSIPPANY — Recognized security expert, Morris County Sheriff’s Office Bureau of Corrections Undersheriff Alan J. Robinson is a national speaker on “Measures To Prevent Your Child From Being Kidnapped, Abducted, or Sexually Exploited.”
Undersheriff Robinson was the guest speaker on the child personal safety subject on Tuesday, June 11 at the Parsippany PAL Youth Center, at a seminar hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany.
Undersheriff Robinson provided guidance and tools for parents and caregivers to prevent child abduction, kidnapping and sexual exploitation as well as direction on the safe use of technology, including personal computers and cell phones.
Undersheriff Robinson dispelled common safety myths, while providing skills that parents, educators and police can teach children to help prevent them from being victimized.
Undersheriff Robinson spent 20 years with NCMEC/Project ALERT (“America’s Law Enforcement Retiree Team”), a division of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, funded by the Department of Justice and the Adam Walsh Foundation.
Undersheriff Robinson has authored numerous articles on the subject; he is a police academy instructor and provides training workshops for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey, FBI, corporations, PTA’s and school systems.
He has made several TV appearances, been the subject of many news articles, as well as the recipient of many awards for his work in this field from state governors, prosecutors, and law enforcement as well as grateful parents and educators.