Safety Resources

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  1. Personal Safety
  2. Senior Safety
  3. Vacation Safety
  4. Driving Safety
  5. Domestic Violence
  6. Youth Safety
  7. Fraud & Scams

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  • Avoid isolated bus stops
  • Have your pass or money already in your hand
  • Sit close to bus driver during off-hours
  • Keep your bags and belongings in front of you and hold closely to your body with both hands

  • Be alert to your surroundings 
  • Travel with a friend
  • Stay in well-lighted areas
  • Make eye contact with people when walking
  • Hold your purse securely between your arm and your body

  • Always lock car doors after entering or leaving your vehicle
  • Have your keys in your hand when walking to your car
  • Check the backseat before entering your car
  • If you think you are being followed, drive to a public place or a police station

More tips and tricks to protect your vehicle here!

  • Do not leave valuables at your office or workplace
  • Keep the office or back door locked when working alone or before/after business hours
  • When leaving work late, walk out with a coworker or security guard

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Your best protection against an intuder is visibility. Locks and alarms cannot prevent a burglary unless they are in use. Establish a routine for locking up and setting alarms. Read more home burglary prevention tips and tricks here

If You Suspect A Burglary...

  1. Do not go in - the burglar may still be inside
  2. Do not touch anything - you may unwittingly alter valuable evidence
  3. Call the police immediately
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