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Here at MVR ENTERPRISES we know the importance of keeping you and your family safe. Sometimes we forget the basic little things that we should do in our day to day routines, to reduce our chances of be a victim of crime. We have gathered some basic safety tips that we all should follow on a daily basis. We hope these tips will help in reducing your chances of being the next crime statistic.homefam

Virtually all activities in life entail some level of risk, and we each have different attitudes toward risk. At one end of the scale is refusing to engage in an activity by exaggerating the level of risk involved. At the other end is engaging in very risky activities while refusing to take any precautions. Neither of these attitudes is useful for living an empowered life. What is useful is to accurately assess the risks, take those precautions that make sense, and live as fully as possible. The following Safety Tips and precautions should be adopted within a cultural/gender context. They will not guarantee safety, but they should serve to minimize criminal opportunities.


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Personal Safety -Your personal safety does not have to be left up to chance.Though youperssafe can not eliminate all possibility of becoming a victim, there are steps you can take to reduce the odds An attacker looks for essentially three things when picking a victim.

  • Vulnerability                          
  • Accessibility
  • Availability                      

Home Safety - If you are concerned about residential burglaries in your neighborhood,homepro you do not have to feel powerless to change the situation.  Most residential burglars look for crimes of opportunity. They pick what appears to be an easy mark. There are many steps that you can take to keep your home and your neighborhood safe. The most important step is for you and your neighbors to work together. 

Identity Theft -In the course of the day, you do many activities that put your personal idtheftinformation at risk — from writing a check at the store to charging merchandise in person, over the phone or the Internet. You may not think twice about these transactions, but others might take advantage of these situations.

Internet Safety - The Internet is an exciting tool that puts a vast amount of information at internetsafeyour fingertips. With the click of a mouse you can buy the latest bestseller, make travel arrangements, rent a video, or purchase a gift for a friend. Convenience, good deals, and choices are all good things that the Internet offers. But before you use it, be cyber smart and make your online experience a safe one.

Vehicle Safety - In the United States, a vehicle is stolen every 21 seconds. Stolen cars, vehiclesafevans, trucks, and motorcycles cost victims time and money—and increase everyone’s insurance premiums. They’re also often used to commit other crimes. Don’t become a victim of this serious crime.

Internet Safety For Children - Safety on the information highway is of highchildintsafe importance as the number of children using the internet increase each year. View these basic precautions for kids to agree upon before using the Internet.

Internet Safety For Teen’s - Teenagers are actually more likely to get into trouble online teensafeintthan younger children. Teens are more likely to explore out-of-the-way nooks and crannies of cyberspace; they’re more likely to reach out to people outside of their immediate peer groups; and, sadly, they’re more often preyed upon as victims by child molesters and other exploiters.

Safety for Seniors - If you’re a senior, you may find yourself bombarded with telephonesenpic calls from telemarketers offering you everything from “fantastic investment opportunities” to home repairs (for an unbelievably low price). The callers always seem nice, and their offers can seem irresistible. Well, that’s a clue, because if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is: Most of these incredible offers aren’t on the level.

Other Useful Resources
National Crime Prevention Council-

Federal Bureau of Investigation-

Internet Crime Complaint Center-

Department of Homeland Security-

National Sex Offender Registry-

Better Business Bureau-

American Association of Retired Persons-


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