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Personal safety tools to defend yourself
  • Invest in self defense courses. Train your instincts how to best respond under crisis and fear.
  • Carry a self defense tool. A pepper spray is your best bet as it's non-lethal, cheap, easy to carry and simple to use.
  • Always be aware of your surroundings. If you are wearing headphones, keep the volume such that you can hear the noises around you.
  • Install safety apps on your cellular device. Never be out of calling credit. Let a family member or friend know your destination and your estimated time of arrival or return.
  • Wear clothing and shoes that give you freedom of movement. And don’t burden yourself with too many packages or items
  • Always park in well-lit places and keep your doors locked when driving.
  • Avoid danger. If there's a safe way to do the job, opt for that. Try not to walk alone during late-night hours. Walk in groups whenever you can—there is always safety in numbers. Stay in well-lit areas as much as possible. Avoid alleys, vacant lots, wooded areas, and other short-cuts or secluded areas.
  • In the event of assault, scream and attempt to run for safety.
  • Do not trust strangers, never give or ask for ride from someone you don't know.
  • Always report suspicious activity to the local authorities
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