also crossing, so now you know you are being followed. What is
your best option now?
a. Shout for
b. Hurry to an area with lights and
c. Confront him and ask him what he
you're in broad daylight. You assume you are safe. You just
left your buddy's gym, but you parked your car in a secluded
area. A man puts a knife to your back and says "Give me your
wallet." What should you do?
a. Turn and face
him. b. Give him your wallet.
c. Try to get
Pretend you're a street criminal Who would be the least likely
a. Man window
shopping not paying attention.
b. Woman carrying two
bags of groceries with her pocket book dangling.
walking alone being alert to her
project confidence and control by walking tall and making
quick eye contact with persons you pass?
always try to exercise with a companion?
remove or conceal expensive jewelry when you know you'll be
walking in public places?
Do you avoid
walking through isolated areas, no matter how convenient?
of these statements about Burglars is
a. Most burglaries
are usually planned in advance.
b. Most burglaries
are committed by professionals.
c. Most burglars want
to avoid personal confrontation.
about half of all successful home burglaries, entry occurs
a. A door with a
b. Unlocked window or
door. c. Breaking a window.
alone for the weekend. Or at least you thought you were alone,
when suddenly you realize there's a burglar in the house.
Which of these things is best to do?
a. Try to
b. Confront him and scare him off.
noise so he knows someone is there.
most burglars prefer to avoid confrontation, there is a
certain type of burglar who will enter your home whether you
are there or not. You were sleeping and you wake up and see a
burglar in your room, the burglar does not know that you are
awake. What should you do?
b. Try to get away.
c. Pretend that you
Do you have
metal or solid wood exterior doors?
Do you always use
door and window locks, even when at home out in the yard or
just down the street?
entry doors do you have a safe way to see who is knocking
with-out opening the door?
On all exterior doors
do you have a Deadbolt lock?
Can you secure all
means of entry, including sliding glass doors, windows and
Do you have
an alarm system or noisy dog?
Do you have timers to
turn on lights and radio at normal hours when you are not
entrances and porches well-lighted?
Do you ask your
neighbors to watch your house have the lawn mowed, and mail
and newspapers collected when you are away?
about times when there is a stranger at the door? You're
enjoying breakfast with you grandson. There's no one else home
You're not expecting anyone, and the door bell rings. The very
first thing you should do is call out:
a. Just a
b. Who is it.
c. I'll get that
John, don't get up. (Simulate someone is there)
stranger says he is from the gas company. What should you do
a. Check his uniform
before letting him in.
b. Call his employer
or the landlord to verify.
c. Fasten the chain
and open the door and talk to him directly.
Someone comes to the door and says they just had an accident
and need to use your phone, you
a. Let them in to
make the call.
b. Tell them that you
will make the call.
c. Ask them to
You're on a lonely highway, and you know you are being
followed. What is the best thing to
a. Turn sharply off
b. Head straight home and call
c. Find a open store or service station to get
late night. You're far from home. Your car breaks down.
There's no hope of restarting your car. You
a. Flag down a
passing car. (Very Important If Female)
b. Walk for
help. c. Raise the hood, lock the doors, and wait for
Someone has stopped but it's not the police. The person asks
if he can give you a lift somewhere. Ask
a. For a ride to the
nearest gas station.
b. To look at the
c. To call police and send a tow
your attitudes about rape by answering true or
a. Rapist seldom know
b. Rapist attack only
woman who somehow encourage them.
seldom involves injury to the victim.
d. Rape is
motivated by a sexual attraction.
are a female walking to your car in an empty underground
parking garage. You are attacked and your assailant has a
knife. Your riskiest move is:
and make noise.
b. Struggle and
c. Negotiate and stall for time.
danger has escalated He's trying to force you into a van.
What's the riskiest thing you can do?
b. Do as he
says. c. Try to disable him.
18. A guy
has just driven you home. He comes into your apartment and
makes advances, even when you ask him to leave. He has grabbed
you and his getting ready to throw you down on the couch.
a. Get to a
b. Get out and get help.
have seen unusual activity in your neighborhood-people going
in and out at all hours (At a house) cars waiting engines
running, and strangers loitering. You suspect there's a drug
operation. What's you best course of
a. Stay off the
street and away from the house.
b. Contact police and
neighbors to gather evidence.
c. Collect one or two
others and confront the drug dealers.
always arrange to walk with someone when you are out late at
always leave your car in an area that you know will be safe
and well-lighted when you return?
Do you always have
your keys ready in your hand before you go to your car?
Do you keep
your windows rolled high and doors locked when driving at
night or in a area requiring frequent stops?
community have a Neighborhood Watch.
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