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In the News:

Lock Bumping

Homes at risk with advice on internet
Apr 10, 2008
"...homeowners are at risk of being burgled because videos giving blow-by-blow accounts of how to defy door locks are being posted on the internet..."
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YouTube Fuels New Threat To Household Security
Apr 15, 2008
"Social networking sites such as YouTube are fuelling home burglaries across the UK as they feature detailed footage of how to break into a property in seconds, using the new �bumping� and �molegrip� methods."
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MS-13:
The Global Gang

FBI to aid in gang task force
Apr 7, 2008
"...we are beginning to see more and more evidence of gangs, such as MS13..."
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Police defuse gang fight
Apr 2, 2008
"...the brawl appeared to involve MS13 members and another unknown street gang..."
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Why Illegal Immigration is a Threat to the United States
Apr 1, 2008
"...gangs like (MS13) constitute most of the crime from the ranks of the illegals."
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Street gangs that cross borders
Apr 3, 2008
"MS-13 - or Mara Salvatrucha - is the biggest and fastest-growing of the Latin American street gangs."
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With recent world events, the Workplace Violence program should be of extreme interest to all companies and required for all employees to help assure a safe and secure workplace.
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Free Street Smart Seminar

Crime Prevention and Personal Safety Awareness
You hear about it every night, read bout it in the newspaper every day-another murder, another rape, another home invasion or carjacking-random acts of violence. It probably won't happen to you, your family or even in your neighborhood-right? That is exactly what most victims thought before it happened to them and it is indicative of the common level of complacency and lack of awareness into which we sometimes slip. Don't let it happen to you! Take a proactive stance against crime and arrange a Street Smart Seminar for your company or organization today!

National Crime Prevention Task Force's Street Smart Seminar is the most popular program offered by our instructors. The Street Smart Seminar is a FREE, 60-minute seminar, designed to educate the individuals in your company or organization in areas relating to crime prevention and personal safety and awareness. During this information-packed, dynamic program, our instructor will do the following:

  • Educate you and your group on the most recent crimes, cons, scams and methods of victimization used by today's criminal, by delving into the criminal's thought process and informing you as to how and why the criminal selects his or her targets, teaching you the signs and situations to look out for during your daily travels. 
  • Raise your awareness level by discussing some of the common mistakes that we tend to make during our day to day business that make us desirable targets to the criminal. 
  • Teach you preventative methods and techniques related to personal safety and awareness to implement in your everyday life in order to make yourself a less attractive target to a criminal predator. 
  • Instruct you on some simple things that you can do around your own home or apartment relating to existing locks, lights, and security systems as preventative measures against crimes such as burglaries or home invasions. 
  • Give examples of some of the latest con games and phone scams that are presently being used by scam artists so that you and your loved ones will be more alert and cautious about information you give out over the phone. 
  • Talk travel safety-specifically what you should do if you ever find yourself alone and broken down on the side of the road or what you should do if you ever question whether the person who just pulled you over is a real police officer. Tips on hotel/motel safety also included. 
  • Discuss reactive measures to take if you should ever find yourself in a harmful situation such as a physical assault including a mugging, purse snatching, rape, carjacking, home invasion, or road rage. 
  • Demonstrate and talk about some of the benefits and drawbacks of some of the most popular personal safety devices available on the market, including The Club, locks, personal attack alarms, firearms (unloaded and disarmed), stun guns, Mace and pepper sprays, so that if you are considering purchasing something for your personal or home protection, you are armed with enough information to make a decision that fits your lifestyle. 

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The Street Smart Seminar is recommended and endorsed by OSHA and several law enforcement departments. Our instructors have been featured locally on WSB Channel 2 News and on the Clark Howard Show, on WSB AM 750 radio.

We are confident that you will find this program to be the most professional, informative, educational, entertaining and thought-provoking program of its kind. This free program and the information provided can help reduce an individual's chance of becoming a victim of crime by as much as 70%.

If you have any questions, or to schedule a program for your company or organization today, please e-mail us at mcptforce@ mcptforce.com or call us at 770-806-1199 or at 1-800-332-1199.

The question to ask yourself is whether you are comfortable that your employees or the members of your organization would know the best tactics to use if ever they were attacked. This program can and will provide them with this valuable information and will have a direct, positive effect on their personal safety.

To see just how Street Smart you might be, click below to take our Street Smart Test.

The Street Smart Test
If you had to take the following Street Smart test, could you pass it? Read some of these questions and see what kinds of safety issues are addressed at the free Street Smart Workshops conducted throughout the U.S.: 

How can a burglar learn the pass code for your security system?
How can a criminal obtain the equivalent of a key to your home?
How can your security system be disarmed?
What should you do if approached by someone in a parking lot?
How can you reduce your chances of becoming a victim by 60%?
How do criminals get keys to your motel room?
How do criminals get access to your office during working hours?
What makes you an attractive target to a criminal?
What methods do criminals use to control female victims?
What should you do if a stranger gets in your car?
Where do most carjackings take place?
What is the number one mistake made at gas stations and pay phones?
What is the fastest growing drug used by teens today?
What is the biggest mistake we make while shopping?
What time of day are you most vulnerable?
How does your pet make your home attractive to burglars?
How can the security your dog provides you "backfire"?
How can you best protect your credit cards from pickpockets?
What is the number one method used by pickpockets?
How can a criminal find out what pocket your money is in?
What new law increased the chances of criminals obtaining guns?
Gangs! Can you read the writing on the wall?
Could you tell if your child is involved in a gang?
Should you own a handgun? 

How did you do? Were you unsure about the right answers to one or more of the questions? To find out about the next Street Smart Workshop in your area, contact National Crime Prevention Task Force. Remember: These neighborhood workshops are free of charge to participants. 

Contact National Crime Prevention Task Force today to find out when the next Street Smart Workshop will be presented in your neighborhood.

 

  

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