Simple. Write in a code that only you and the wifey understand. JMO
I'm definately a fan of KISS but at the very least I need to be able to have some sort of instructions/directions for my wife for no other reason then she stinks at navigation. So she needs to have some sort directions written down taking her from general local areas to safe evac routes.KISS - Keep It Simple Sam. That way you don't have to write anything down. Even if it is written down, kids aren't going to follow detailed instructions. They will do what the school tells them to do. Plus it is far more likely your instructions will either be lost or forgotten about in a real crisis. Very seriously doubt they will be stolen and used for unscrupulous purposes.
I can just see some teacher - or your wife's coworker - saying, "Oh wow! I got the XYZ family's emergency plans. If the SHTF I'll just show up and take his/her place!" NOT.
Talk to your kids school. Find out what their procedure is and work from there. Ditto your wife's workplace. If your plan is more complicated than one line, it probably won't happen.
To the best of my knowledge, no one on this forum has ever heard of, or mentioned, the term OPSEC.I'm just curious if anyone else worries about this and if so what are your solutions to OPSEC for written plans?
And that's why I keep my bag as a supplement, not a mobile bank or safety deposit box.This is such a tough one for me, because I'm afraid of keeping valuable info in easy-to-get-at locations (the nature of the beast with bug out bags, etc!, lol!).
A member of the forum thought that his bag had been stolen a few months ago; turns out a friend had put it in a different spot (he was moving into a new apt.). Happy ending on that one, but it could have been a disaster, as it contained everything a creep would need to steal an identity!