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Resources for Audience: Representatives of public safety agencies besides law enforcement (fire, emergency services, emergency planning/management)

A List Of Resources and Tools To Help Your Initiative Be Successful

File The Smart Route to Bicycle Safety
Informative brochure
File Criar NiƱos Listos y Prudentes
Informative brochure in Spanish
File Home Security Checklist
A checklist for evaluating home safety and security
File Lock Crime OUT of Your Home
Informative brochure on the importance of securing your home
File A Safety Checklist for Apartments
A checklist for evaluating apartment safety and security
File Don't Let Your Guard Down Just Because You Live in the Country
Informative brochure on keeping your home secure in the country
File Dying To Drink? The Hard Facts
Informative brochure with facts about alcohol-related accidents for young adults
File Dangers of Drinking
Reproducible brochure with facts and advice about alcohol for teenagers
File Marijuana: Common, Dangerous, and Still Illegal
Reproducible handout on the facts regarding marijuana use and consequences for teenagers
File Don't Go Up In Smoke
Reproducible handout that identifies the risks of smoking for teenagers
File Sniffing Your Life Away
Reproducible brochure about the dangers of inhalant abuse and how to prevent it
File Talking to Your Kids About Drugs
Reproducible brochure for parents with tips on how to talk to children about drugs
File Responding to Methamphetamine, Washington State's Promising Example
A report on the methods Washington state used to respond to increasing methamphetamine use
File Taking Back Your Neighborhood
Free, helpful resource on making your community safe
File Take A Stand Against Crime: Join Neighborhood Watch
Informative brochure on reducing crime by participating in Neighborhood Watch
File Starting a Neighborhood Watch
Free, helpful resource on starting a Neighborhood Watch program
File Checklist for Starting a Neighborhood Watch
Free, helpful resource on starting a Neighborhood Watch program
File Law Enforcement Needs Your Help
Informative brochure on how to help law enforcement reduce crime
File Newspaper Mat: Protect Your Neighborhood Against Crime, Terrorism
Free, helpful resource on protecting your neighborhood from crime and terrorism
File United for a Stronger America Citizens' Preparedness Guide
A 31 page booklet on how you should prepare for and respond to an emergency
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