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Great Spring Break Safety Tips

Filed under: Crime Prevention — peppereyes @ 2:50 PM
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With Spring Break either already upon college campuses or rapidly approaching, high school and college students across the nation are preparing for what could either be a week to remember or something they would like to forget.  Music, parties, dancing and  all kinds of bacchanalia are all the excitement, however, safety and security  needs to be a PRIORTY.  Remember there are people who either never came back from Spring Break or had life altering events.

 Here a few safety articles to consider


General Safety Tips

  • Trust your instincts. If you feel unsafe at any point during Spring Break go with that feeling
  • Avoid being alone or isolated with a people you don’t know well. Let a trusted friend know where you are and whom you are with.
  • When you have the benefit of numbers, NEVER pair off and go alone .. you may never come back
  • Always carry emergency cash and keep phone numbers for local hero cab companies handy.
  • Form a buddy system with close friends and agree on a secret diversion signal for uncomfortable situations. such as “Boo!!”
  • Don’t accept “party punch from people you don’t know or trust and never leave your “party punch” unattended. If you lose sight of your “witches brew,” get a new one.
  • Stay Aware – Spring break is filled with uncertainty and strangers. Treat it as you    would any unfamiliar atmosphere.
  •  Always be prepared – Keep extra cash on hand, write your hotel phone and address down and if hailing a cab, hand them the address so they know exactly where to take you.
  • Unfortunately Pepper Spray or Stun Guns can’t be taken out of the country, and Pepper Spray can’t go by plane. Have something legal for your personal protection.


Top 3 Most Dangerous Foreign Spring Break Destinations (be most alert here):

  1. Acapulco, Mexico
  2. Jamaica
  3. Cancun, Mexico 

Top 10 Dangerous US Spring Destinations

  1. Orlando, FL 
  2. Daytona Beach, FL 
  3. Las Vegas, NV 
  4. Myrtle Beach, SC 
  5.  West Palm Beach, FL 
  6. South Padre Island, TX 
  7. New Orleans, LA 
  8. Panama City, FL 
  9. Jacksonville, FL 
  10. Miami, FL

The list is compiled by evaluating the following factors in 25 U.S. Spring Break destinations: violent crime risk/rank, murder risk/rank, rape risk/rank, fatal car crashes and  Other data, including doctors and lawyers per capita, doctor rank and criminal defense questions is dedicated to providing you with the best and most affordable personal protection products on the market to meet the security needs of you, your family members or your business, by assisting anyone who is unwilling to become a victim of crime.  If you want to take personal responsibility for yourself, your home or your business, buy our high quality discount personal protection products and arm yourself with the knowledge of the best way to stay secure in an ever-increasing violent world. In today’s society being equipped mentally and physically is no longer an option.  – Victor Swindell



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