Kids filled the cafeteria of Whittier Elementary in Pasco today, to hear from Subway representatives about the restaurant's child ID campaign.
Speakers from Subway and the Pasco Police Department talked to kids about the dangers they could face and actions to take if they encounter someone trying to abduct them.
Each child is sent home with a kit from subway that they fill out with their parents.
Samples of hair, finger prints and a description of the child can be included and are kept in a safe place.
According to the national childhood i-d program, it is estimated that one child every 40 seconds becomes lost or goes missing.