For many students, the college campus environment will be the first experience "on their own"—away from parents, familiar environments, and for many even their lifelong friends. Equipped with knowledge and good self-defense strategies, a student can avoid becoming prey to theft and other crimes. A good campus experience means knowing how to stay safe and how to protect possessions, identity, and self.
The Stay Safe at College program from 360° Stay Safe™ delivers all the resources needed to be safe, stay safe, and, if needed, always be prepared for self defense.
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Chapter 1 Protect your Possessions and Identity
The most frequent crimes are crimes of opportunity. These common sense steps can be used to guard your personal belongings and, very importantly, your identity.
Chapter 2 Student Assaults
In 90 percent of sexual assault cases, the victim knows the attacker. A heightened sense of awareness and knowing how to be more proactive can prevent a serious attack.
Chapter 3 Controlling Behavior
Know how to recognize the signs of an unhealthy relationship? Have a strategy for getting out of one? Learn how to deal with emotional abuse and other unhealthy behavior.
Chapter 4 Stalking
Learn simple, effective guidelines to help prevent unwanted attention from others looking to do harm, including public embarrassment, predatory stalking and more.
Chapter 5 Everyday Safety
Some dangerous situations are more obvious than others. This section provides easy-to-remember strategies to deal with the everyday situations we often overlook.
Chapter 6 Common-Sense Defense
If the unthinkable happens, would you know how to fight back? If gunshots rang out, would you know what to do? You will after watching these simple, memorable instructions and techniques.
Chapter 7 Safe Travel
Holiday travel, spring break, summer vacations—they can all place a distracted and vulnerable young adult in a risky situation. Learn these smart tips.