Take responsibility for your own safety


  1. Keep your senses awake and open when you are out or with others.
    Use your eyes and ears to gather information about other people and your environment. Avoid listening to music through headphones or looking at your device if you’re alone. 
  2. Honor your intuitive signals.
    Not every scenario is a dangerous one, but when signals do arise, pay attention to them and be curious about what they are alerting you to.
  3. Ask your child’s school or your employer for their safety policy.
    Review it and ask them common-sense questions until you get satisfactory answers.
  4. Sign up for a self-defense course or classes.
    Choose one that offers training in real-life situations.


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