National Emergency Medicine Assoc. (NEMA)
a special program of the National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA)
Be Safe: One Hundred Practical Ways Seniors Can Protect Themselves Against Crime. This booklet covers topics listed below and can be obtained by writing to us or call us at (410) 494-0300.
We all want to feel safe at home -- but are we?
All a criminal needs to invade your home are time and concealment. If you take proper safety measures in your home, you will become a far less attractive victim - read steps 1 through 45 to find out how.
Too often the workplace is turning into a battlefield of violence...
Disgruntled employees with guns and mad stalkers make the headlines, yet they seem removed from day-to-day life. Read steps 46 to 64 to minimize your risks at work.
Often when we travel by car, our minds are focused on many things,
Yet all too often that is when criminals strike -- carjacking is becoming a national epidemic. read safely tips 65 through 91 to reduce your risks.
Walking down the street or in a store makes us personally vulnerable for attack:
There are many myths about protection from street crime but safety tips 93 through 116 are known to reduce your risks of attack.
Traveler Safety Tips
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