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Crime Prevention Tips
Check out a first date or blind date with friends first. Better yet, go with other friends on your first date.
Carry money for a taxi or public transportation in case your date is cut short, and bring a cell phone.
Trust your instincts about situations to avoid.
Be clear and responsible in your communications with others.
Be forceful, firm, and assertive.
If you go out with other friends, stay together; watch out for each other.
Maintain self-control. The use or abuse of alcohol or drugs can impair your judgment.
"No" means "NO."
Never give personal information to people that you don't know (name, home address, phone number, etc.).
If you decide to talk to someone on the phone, don't give out your number. Call them and use caller ID block.
Use a nickname in chat rooms or message boards.
Meet chat friends in public places and with other friends; take a cell phone with you.
Never go to someone's room, apartment, or house that you just met.
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