A little boy's brutal death sparks a new safety program in New York.
Several stores in Brooklyn are now displaying stickers letting children know they can come to the businesses for help if they are in trouble.
It's all part of the city's "Safe Stop" program.
It was launched after eight-year-old Leiby Kletzky was killed last month after getting lost and asking a stranger for help.
So far, about 45 stores have volunteered to take part.
Business owners and their employees must pass background checks before they can be given a sticker.