Updated: Feb 3, 2020
1. Put Campus On Speed Dial
Add your campus security phone number to your
phone and make it easily accessible if you are in
danger. Additionally, find out about the resources
the campus offers such as blue light phone stations,
escort services, safety maps and safety apps.
2. Be Aware Of Your Surroundings
Scan the area before approaching unfamiliar places
like ATMs. When getting into your car ,check the backseat
or under the car. A predator could be hiding in these
locations. Know your blind spots where you are most
vulnerable for an attacker.
3. Learn How To Defend Yourself
Knowing how to protect yourself won't only be handy if
you were ever attacked ,but it can give you confidence
and empowerment. Check out the school's activities. There
might be self-defense classes available. However, even though
the classes are helpful, do not expect to take down an
attacker. Knowledge and practice can help you get away.
Safety tools such as pepper gel can help you stop an attacker
long enough to get away.
4. Carry Safety Tools
Other safety tools are pepper gel with a wrist strap for when your
hands are carrying books, a wrist alarm with a fitted band ,a stun
gun with an alarm and flashlight . These are great tools . Make
sure you learn how to use your product before you need it.
Pepper gel and pepper spray have a practice container you can
5. Play Safe
When you are out in a group you need to use caution with fun .
Never ,ever leave with someone you just met. Ted Bundy seemed
like a nice guy until it was too late. Play on the friend system and
make sure you and your friend go together and leave together.
Consider carrying a date rape kit to test a drink if you feel it might
have been tampered with. Check our products to learn more .
ASK US !
If you have questions or want more suggestions on keeping you
safe on campus or anywhere else , please contact us . We are
available for personal or group meetings.