updated 12/5/2005 12:37:24 PM ET 2005-12-05T17:37:24

Viewers can learn more about child safety issues through Clint Van Zandt's "Protecting Children from Predators DVD" as recently seen on the Dr. Phil show.

This video deals with the threat our children and grandchildren are faced with in today's society. It is our challenge as concerned citizens, parents and grandparents to provide children with the proper information and knowledge which will help them make informed split second decisions that can save their lives.

This video is a chance for a one on one with Van Zandt, as he passes on his years of experience with the FBI working child abduction cases. He explains to the viewers how to educate children on this difficult subject and the red flags or indicators for caregivers to be on the watch for to help protect children from the predators of the world.

As part of purchasing this video viewers will also receive a FREE LiveSecure.org Child ID Kit which contains helpful parent and child safety tips, this kit will also help organize important data including your child's fingerprint and DNA information should you ever need it.

A recent purchaser of this video wrote, "Dear Dr. Van Zandt, my daughter was attacked when a man broke into our home through her bedroom window. By the grace of God she was able to scream and we stopped him from taking her... I have started an organization to help educate our community on the real danger that these predators present to our children. I am using your video to help teach people how to safeguard their children... Thank you for your help and keep up the good work."

For more information on this and other personal safety and family security topics, visit www.LiveSecure.org.   The direct link to purchase the DVD is https://secure.jlinternet.com/livesecure/defaultssl.asp

Clint Van Zandt is an MSNBC analyst. He is the founder and president of Van Zandt Associates Inc. Van Zandt and his associates also developed LiveSecure.org, a Website dedicated "to develop, evaluate, and disseminate information to help prepare and inform individuals concerning personal and family security issues." During his 25-year career in the FBI, Van Zandt was a supervisor in the FBI's internationally renowned Behavioral Science Unit at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. He was also the FBI's Chief Hostage Negotiator and was the leader of the analytical team tasked with identifying the "Unabomber."


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