Personal Safety Is Important

Abuse is any behaviour that harms someone else. It is when one person tries to control another using fear, violence, or intimidation.

Don’t just ignore it, it won’t go away. Talk to someone about it, get help. Don’t go it alone. Use the approach to let someone know you are OK.

  1. Where are you?
  2. What time will you be safe?
  3. What transport are you using?
  4. What is your exit strategy?
  5. R U OK!

Be responsible for your own safety. Travel with others.

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Peer Security

Friends and family in contact with each other can keep each other safe. What is a “peer security network”? We have all heard of safety in numbers. This is the digital version of safety in numbers. Continuously keeping in contact with family and friends to let them know where you are and that you are OK. You decide who gets to see where you are and you decide who is in contact with you. Your peer group is an exclusive invitation only group.

Use your smart phone to let others know where you are, and when you are expected to be safe.

Talking to someone on the phone or using face-time will not keep you safe. You could be hurt, abducted or worse and the person on the other end of the phone wont know where you are or even be able to let the police know that you are in trouble.

Create a “Peer security network”, the purpose of the call to your peer members is solely to let them know:

  1. Where are you?
  2. How long will you be there?
  3. What car are you driving?
  4. What transport are you using?
  5. What is your exit strategy?
  6. Let them know that you are OK!

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