safety depends on responding to an emergency, reporting crime,
taking pro-active preventative measures and preparation for
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Home Security Tips, Crime Prevention
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Coordinator and kids of the Colorado
After School Care Program.
Thank you very much for your kind
words and the home safety link which
has valuable information to help
keep families safe.
Veronica, Program Coodinator for
After School Care Programs in
Tuesday, October 13, 2015 9:59:16 AM
CR Watch (150) - CRHOA Neighborhood
I just wanted to shoot you a quick
email to thank you for putting
together your safety page! As the
program coordinator for our youth
group in Colorado, I've been looking
for public safety guides for kids -
with Halloween approaching, we've
been putting together some trick or
treating safety information for both
kids and parents. After starting
this project, I decided to take it a
step further and do general safety
and crime prevention information.
Thanks again for making your page!
The kids have been doing some
research on their own, and they
passed along this page for me to
thought it was a great overview of
home safety, with everything from
baby proofing the home, to fire
safety, water safety, and even
computer related crime prevention. I
included it in our guides, and
thought you and your visitors might
like it as well. Would you mind
including it somewhere on your page
would be much appreciated. Please
let me know if you get a chance to
update, as I'd like to show the
group. Positive encouragement goes
such a long way in kids!
to help you be prepared:
Parents & Grandparents
Review these sites and share with your
children & grandchildren as you see fit.
1: Review this web site.
Step 2: Consider to
Block Watch Captain and Team.
Step 3: Fill out the "Operation ID - Valuable
4: Request a "Decal for Operation ID" from the
Step 5: Complete
the "Home Security Checklist".
Step 6: Prevent
Auto Thefts and Break-Ins.
safety resource for kids
Submitted by Susan & Mary on 6/17/14
My daughter, Mary, is at the age where she's
old enough to stay home alone now. Even
though she's a great kid, I still get
nervous! I did some research to prepare her
for everything and we've been using the
resources on this web page quite a bit -
Mary did some
research of her own and she came across this
article about "Crime
Prevention for Kids".
showed it to me, I found it to be very
useful and convenient. It really covers all
the bases, including community safety, home
safety, school safety, online safety and
more. The best part is that it's geared
towards kids so it makes it really easy to
to share it with you as a thank you and
thought it would make a great addition to
this page. Would you mind including it? I
think other parents and kids will find it
helpful. It's unfortunate that we have to be
worried about our children even playing
outside nowadays, but this information could
really end up saving a life! Let me know if
you get a chance to add it - I'd love to
show Mary that her research can benefit
others :) Thanks again, Susan (and
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