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Whether it’s walking to your car or heading home after dark, common sense and a few simple tips can help you protect yourself.

  1. Be aware. Always pay attention to your surroundings.
  2. Walk confidently. Hold your head up and project confidence. You will look less vulnerable.
  3. Don’t linger in your car. When you get into your car, lock the doors and start driving. Don’t sit and give an attacker time to get in the passenger side.
  4. Trust your instincts. If something doesn’t feel right, get out. Better safe than sorry.
  5. Resist. Most attackers want an easy target. Scream, hit, kick and do everything you can to drive them off.

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