Fairfax, Va. - NRA's Eddie Eagle GunSafe® program is a gun accident prevention program designed to to help parents, law enforcement, community groups and educators teach Pre-K through 4th graders what to do if they ever come across a gun.
Though classes take place in a number of different venues, they are usually taught by local law enforcement officers. In Indianapolis, the Fraternal Order of Police shared that message and our video. Here's more ...
Indianapolis FOP release gun safety video for kids in wake of sales surge
Gun safety reminder video featuring Eddie Eagle from the Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) released a gun safety video for children on Tuesday amid the growing number of gun sales.
FOP hopes that little ones will learn what they should do if they come across an unsecured firearm, and said the video was designed for children and parents to to watch together.
The video has a straightforward message: “Stop, Don’t Touch, Run Away, Tell a Grown Up!"