Bomb Threat Reporting
This page is a guide on how to respond when a person receives a "bomb threat" telephone call.
Crime Prevention for People With Physical Disabilities
Disabled people face many physical challenges. This makes them vulnerable to would-be assailants who assume the disabled are incapable of protecting themselves. Get crime prevention tips for people with physical disabilities to employ when they are at home, on vacation, out and about and on public transportation.
How to Help a Troubled Friend
If you have a friend who has threatened or attempted suicide or who hints that he or she might do so, it is vital to get help as quickly as possible. Learn how to get help.
A Community Effort: Neighborhood Watch
While crime is still cause for very serious concern, our homes and communities are safer than they've been in decades, and this is quite likely due, at least in part, to the twin pillars of prevention and community policing. Get some tips for starting a Neighborhood Watch.
Getting a driver’s license is a big deal for every teenager. It represents freedom, the chance to go new places, and a great deal of responsibility. The vehicle you drive—the family car, a motorcycle, even your own car—may seem like an oasis, safe from the hassles of everyday life. But you are still vulnerable to crime. Here are a few things to keep in mind to help keep you crime free on the road.
Teens are the age group most vulnerable to crime. But putting into practice some basic crime prevention tips can help you and your friends avoid becoming the victims of crime.
Teenage Victims of Crime
Did you know that teens are twice as likely as any other age group to be victims of violent and property crime? Girls are more likely to be victims of sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking, while boys are more likely to be victims of assault, robbery, and homicide. Learn what to do to protect yourself, and what to do if you're a victim of crime.