October is Crime Prevention and Awareness Month, and we’re talking about it three ways; safety for families and singles, safety for seniors, and online safety. No need to be scared…just be prepared.
We are honored to have Salt Lake District Attorney Sim Gill as our UNPHC Edx speaker. Join us the third Thursday, Oct 17th, and Saturday, Oct 19th for our module on safe communities, and the role of the DA. It will be available on our UNPHC YouTube channel for those unable to attend Thursday/Saturday.
If you have been the victim of a crime, do not hesitate to reach out to our property managers, your local police department, and allow them and us to help. If you have been the victim of a violent crime, contact https://justice.utah.gov/Crime/, they can connect you with counseling, reparations, and overall assistance.
Securing your home, speaking to your kids about safe behaviors, and keeping your neighborhood safe, this link offers great tips to ensure a safe environment:
All kids step out on their own at some point, whether it’s to walk to the bus stop or run to a friend’s house. Part of our parental responsibility is teaching kids how to stay safe when we’re not around. Here are some great ideas for keeping kids safe.
Sadly, seniors in our communities are targets for crime, here are some smart ideas:
Internet safety specific to Seniors:
Internet safety for all ages
Cybercrime is on the rise for everyone, stay ahead of the game with these 10 tips
Stay aware, and stay safe.