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1. Always request a room on an upper floor, if possible.
When traveling on business or pleasure with your family, it may become necessary to stay overnight in a hotel or motel. Criminals do not want to be trapped on an upper floor inside a high-rise hotel.
2. If you are a woman traveling alone or with small children,
Take advantage of car valet service, if available to avoid the parking lot. After checking in at the desk, ask the bellman or desk clerk to escort you to your room.
3. Audible alarm sirens can prevent home invasion...if they are set.
Alarm systems can be designed so that perimeter door and window sensors are activated while the home is occupied. The alarm can be set to instantly go off upon unauthorized entry.


4. Having a family and neighborhood plan is essential.
If you develop a home security plan and talk about it with your family and neighbors, the chances of acting appropriately and getting help are greatly improved.
5. Park In Well Lit Areas
To reduce your risk of being carjacked, always park in well-lit areas, especially if you plan to arrive/leave after dark.
6. Use Valet Service
To reduce your risk of being carjacked, use valet parking or an attended garage, especially if you're a woman driving alone.
7. Travel with sturdy plain-looking luggage.
Expensive looking luggage may be targeted for its perceived contents. External bag tags should not list your full home address and telephone number. If they do, sophisticated home burglars will know that you are on a cruise and not be home soon.
8. Don't give out personal information on the phone,
through the mail or over the Internet (through email or online forms, or any other manner) unless you have initiated the contact or are sure you know who you're dealing with.
9. Keep a close eye on your children while shopping.
Teach your children to go to a store clerk or security guard if they ever get separated from you in a store/mall, and be sure they know their first and last name so they can tell someone who they are.

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10. Sign up for the "National Do-Not Call List"
To avoid telephone solicitation to the extent possible. If solicited by telephone despite being on the list, simply hang up - it's your phone.

11. Enroll in a First Aid & CPR course ~
Although these tips can help prevent an emergency, it is also important to be prepared should an emergency situation arise. To enroll in a first aid or CPR course, contact your local American Red Cross (in the white pages).

12. Don't advertise to burglars that you're away from home.
Put lights on timers, temporarily stop delivery of your newspaper, and ask a neighbor to pick up any items that may arrive unexpectedly at your home. If traveling out-of-state, most state law enforcement agencies provide road-and-highway information; check to see what conditions they report before leaving. Inform a family member where you will be and when to expect you back; give them your route if they don't know it.





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