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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 Citizen Involvement in Homeland Security Insert
This 8 page booklet provides details on the Neighborhood Watch and Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) programs
File Calling All Hotheads - Tips on Keeping Cool in an Angry World
Reproducible brochure on managing anger
File Rape: Tough Questions, No Easy Answers
Reproducible brochure on the facts about rape and sexual assault
File Sexual Assault is About Power, Control & Anger
A reproducible brochure about the prevention and consequences of rape and sexual assault
File Date Rape: A Power Trip
Reproducible brochure about how to prevent date rape
File Teen Dating Violence
Reproducible brochure for teens about abusive relationships
File Reaching and Serving Teen Victims: A Practical Handbook
This 41 page publication deals with helping teenage victims of crime
File Unidos para fortalecer a los Estados Unidos
Full-text publication in Spanish
File Family Link-Up Plan
A simple tool for helping families coordinate during an emergency
File Caregivers' Guide to School Safety and Security
This document offers children's caregivers ways to promote and foster socially appropriate behaviors and positive relationships. The booklet discusses issues children face at school, a caregiver's role in a child's life, and how caregivers can engage local businesses and the community to help make schools safe for children.
File Neighborhood Watch Needs You
Neighborhood Watch is coming to your community, and we need you to get involved! The program embraces and strengthens many things we're already doing, such as watching out for each other's homes or working together to solve problems. But Neighborhood Watch brings along the power of organization and the ability to focus energy and resources.
File Neighborhood Watch Organizer's Guide
Works as a guide for creating and sustaining a successful Neighborhood Watch program, and covers everything from motivating the community to running successful meetings.
File Topics in Crime Prevention: Working With Older Americans
Full-text publication
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