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How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft Online - click for details
So, what can you do to stop it happening to you?
In this digital age, there are more and more ways a scammer can get your information,
so where should you keep a look out?
Tips for Staying Safe when Walking Alone at Night - click for details
but even with the best planning there will likely come a time you will need to walk somewhere alone at night.
Whether it’s to your car after a late night at the office, heading to your car after a late-night store run,
or walking home from the public bus station, you may find yourself out at night alone.
Make sure you follow these tips to stay safer
What to do in an Active Shooter situation - click for details
how to recognize signs of potential violence around you
and what to expect after an active shooting takes place.
Remember during an active shooting to RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.
Winter Driving|What to pack in your emergency car kit - click for details
Check your tires and make sure your chains fit before the first winter storm and check tire pressure during cold weather.
Remember, tire shops and mechanics are busiest just before and during winter storms.
Get a vehicle winter maintenance check-up.
Don't wait to check your battery, belts, hoses, radiator, lights, brakes, heater/defroster and wipers.
Keep your fuel tank full — don't let it fall below half a tank on winter trips.
Program your radio for traffic reports and emergency messages (for WSDOT radio: 530 and 1610 AM).
10 Tips for keeping your kids SAFE online - click for details
It has revolutionized how we learn, how we connect with one another.
The internet even provides entertainment with streaming videos and apps and games.
But with the potential for learning, there is also potential danger, particularly for children and teens.
In order to keep kids safe online,
it’s important for parents to be aware of children’s online activities and to teach children how to use the internet safely.
These tips for online safety can help.
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CPR: Why EVERY parent should know how to do it! - click for details
However, when done correctly CPR can save your child’s life.
It can restore breathing and circulation until emergency personnel arrive.