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Situational awareness is just simply knowing what is going on around you. It is taught to soldiers, law enforcement, and medical professionals but the average person can benefit from it as well. Practicing situational awareness can help you make better decisions in all aspects of your life and avoid unintentional personal injury because you:
Unfortunately, crime happens every day. For those who have been the victim of a crime, the effects can be a variety of things including but not limited to physical, psychological, or financial. Victims may require extensive medical care, mental health counseling, financial assistance, and other forms of help. While there can be no guarantee of personal safety, there are ways to take precautions to reduce risk. Educating yourself on threats to personal safety and learning prevention tips will help you lead a safer and more secure life. Physical and sexual assault, Internet safety, including social media, cyberbullying and online dating, identity theft, and personal injury prevention are just a few things one can familiarize themselves on.
Although not all occurrences of unintentional injury or death can be prevented, following some general prevention and awareness tips can help. Also, putting a focus on personal responsibility, mindfulness, and anger management strategies can play a huge part in helping you from becoming a statistic.
There are many ways one can call for help in the case of an emergency. We are all familiar with calling 911, but there are also other faster ways to call for help right from your cell phone.
Android users (settings and features vary based on smartphone manufacturer or version of the operating system.)
Text – 911
If the service is available in your area you can text a message to 911 and the message is rerouted to the local law enforcement agency. You can find out if this service is available in your area here.
To support safe and inclusive environments on college campuses, two major laws exist - The Jeanne Cleary Act and Title IX. Even though there are laws in place there are still things you should do to ensure your safety. If you stay in dorms keep your doors locked, if you plan to attend a party go with a friend and stick together, do not leave your drinks unattended and use a buddy system when going to the bathroom. Know your campus and how to contact campus security should you need to.
These safety tips are great for both male and females. Being aware could just be what is needed to prevent an attack or save you during one. If you need more information or need to report something see your local or campus police.