Hi Everyone, Ok so this question is 2 parts, both regarding devices that can help you track a runner who has slipped away from you. We already have a "dog tag" LITERALLY chained to her wrist (no clasp, she can't take it off without tools), but it's pretty and she thinks it's a bracelet. I'll probably put a temp tattoo on the back of her neck, too... but if she bolts, it would be great to have a transmitter on her so we can find her BEFORE a stranger needs to call me. I've found a number of them online with mixed reviews, but an amazing number of things sold for "kids" are actually used by people to find pets, adults with dementia, and, in one case, model rockets... so their testimonials don't tell me what I need to know. Real parents with real runners, what have you tried, what worked best? I like the idea of Loc8or, that it buzzes as soon as they break a barrier distance, but does anyone have any real-world experience with these? Did they work in a crowded park? Also, ideas for keeping the transmittor on a kid who is well enough to understand how to disable devices, but sick enough to not realize why she shouldn't? It's a beast.