Just the Facts - Just in Case
This booklet was designed for use by adults, especially college students. Time is of the essence when a person disappears. When the information contained in this booklet is provided to police by a family member or trusted friend, prompt and accurate completion of a missing person report is ensured. In turn, police are able to commence well informed investigative action, including entry of information into a computer network which extends across the United States and Canada
Disaster Preparedness Checklist
Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans are eager to make preparedness a part of their daily lives. The following checklist will help you take the necessary steps to protect yourself, your family, and your neighbors in the event of a future terrorist attack or other emergency.
What Teens Can Do Against Terrorism
Teens have been involved in preventing crime for many years. They have worked with elders, peers, and children in settings ranging from neighborhood parks to schools to senior citizen centers to shopping malls. What can teens do about preventing and responding to terrorism and other civic emergencies? There's a lot!