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Dunlop pressed the store manager: what’s the worst that could happen that they felt compelled to detain an independent 11-year-old boy?

“He told me: ‘If I have to tell you that, you shouldn’t be a parent,’” Dunlop recalls. If anyone tried to grab him, he’d scream and that’d be the end of it.” When Dunlop took the story public in 2015, a Lego spokesperson issued a statement to the media, saying: “As a toy company, our utmost concern is for children’s safety, and as such we have a policy in place regarding unaccompanied minors.

More Canadian children die of the flu—an average of 12 per year—than are killed after being abducted by a stranger. each year, only about 100 kids—a small fraction of one per cent of missing children each year—are taken by that stereotypical scary stranger, according to the Polly Klaas Foundation, a non-profit organization for child safety and finding missing children established after Klaas’s kidnapping. Couple that with a long decline in child mortality rates plus a significant drop in child pedestrians getting hit by cars and, as the Washington Post put it in 2015, “there’s never been a safer time to be a kid in America.” And yet perception of child endangerment has long had the upper hand on statistics.