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Walk with someone else, get an escort when available.
If you think you are being followed in your car, NEVER drive to your home. Drive to a po lice station, firehouse or
any public, well populated place.
Keep your gas tank at least ¼ full at all times.
Keep car window up and locked if you feel uneasy.
Do not put valuables on the seat next to you in plain sight.
Remember where you parked your car. Look into and around your car before you get in.
Have your keys in hand as you leave for your car.
Park in well lit places, if you are arriving in the daylight and may leave in the dark, look for the closest light.
Be aware of what is going on around you.
If you are in a foreign place, be aware of the local customs so you may know what their normal behavior is.
Know where the bad areas are.
Travel with others if possible.
Know the local laws.
Lock your luggage.
Do not flash room keys or anything that can announce where you are staying.
Do not flash cash. Carry travelers checks instead of cash.
Do not leave valuables or extra cash in hotel rooms. Use the safe that the hotel provides.
Make sure that someone at home knows when you are to depart and to arrive back form you destination.
Keep your walle...
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2013 for the course KIN 54A taught by Professor Schachner,jennifer during the Spring '10 term at San Jose State University .
- Spring '10