Crime Prevention Tips
Personal Crime Safety
Always be aware of your surroundings and alert to
Trust your instincts and take action before trouble
Have a plan of action for any emergency situation.
Never, Never be afraid
of informing the Police about a incidence or stalking
situation. It is always better and helpful to you case
to inform the police about a potentially dangerous
situation. That is why there are there!
Safety At Home
Make sure your home has adequate outside lighting.
Trim shrubs to allow maximum visibility of your home
from the street.
Check all locking hardware for proper function and
to optimum working order.
Do not sleep with windows open.
Do not let
contractors be in your home alone. Tell them that
your wife or husband works at a police dept. and that
you are proud of them while you are making general
Street numbers should be easily visible from the street
Lock all doors even while you are at home and if you
have a home alarm system turn it on while you are home!
The doors and windows only. Many Home Invasion crimes
happen while people are at home!
Know who is at the door before opening it. Talk to
through a closed and locked door.
Security door chains are easily defeated once you open
They provide a false sense of security. Cross bars on
the door are better.
Safety While Driving
Practice good vehicle maintenance habits and check under
the hood often.
Before entering your car scan underneath, then look in
front and back seat.
Once inside, lock the doors before you buckle your seat
While driving, be observant for dangerous situations
ahead and behind you.
If you suspect you are being followed, take evasive
action and drive towards a 24 hour gas station and/or
populated public area.
If you have a cellular telephone, remember dialing
9-1-1 is a free call nationwide.
Don't pickup hitchhikers unless they are very
good looking....A joke.
Report stranded motorists to law enforcement.
If your vehicle becomes disabled, use the flashers and
inside with the doors locked.
Safety While Shopping
Park in well lighted areas and lock valuables in the
trunk out of sight.
Never leave house keys attached to car keys when leaving
vehicle for service.
While in public, do not look like a victim-walk with
Visually scan the area around you for danger.
Avoid walking in isolated areas when possible.
If you suspect you are being followed, cross the street
direction of travel.
If you are still followed, walk into a business or
office or go to the nearest home and ask for help.
If you must work late, tell someone and move your car to
a well lighted
area close to the building.
Exercise outdoors in populated places like the high
while others are present.
Use caution when entering elevators, isolated hallways,
and parking garages.
Do not carry large amounts of cash and credit cards with
Limit potential loss by carrying only what you need,
like identification and an ATM card along with a small
amount of cash.
While using public transportation wait in busy areas and
well lit areas at night.
Safety Tips for Seniors
Be suspicious of deals offering something for nothing or
extremely low rates.
Verify the identity of repair and delivery persons,
inspectors or sales people before opening the door of
your residence. Call their employer if necessary.
Never reveal personal financial information over the
or to strangers.
Be wary of those who solicit home repair work by going
Beware if anyone claims to have found money and offers
to share it with you if you will put up good faith money
of your own.
Don't send money by mail in response to schemes
requiring registration or evaluation fees.
Never reveal passwords and personal identification
numbers from bank or credit accounts to anyone.
If you suspect fraud or any criminal activity, don't be
embarrassed or ashamed to report it immediately.
If you receive harassing, obscene or threatening phone
calls, simply hang up and report it to police.
Don't carry large amounts of cash or credit cards when
you go shopping.
Be sure to carry critical personal medical or health
information, such as Medic Alert type information and
who to call in case of a medical emergency.
Carry a purse close to your body, concealed beneath
garments if possible.
If a purse snatcher attacks, do not resist and risk
can be replaced.
Utilize direct deposit and other electronic banking
means whenever possible.
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