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  • Be vigilant and aware of those around you when walking, shopping and participating in daily activities

  • Always make sure you can hear what is going on around you

  • Always carry your bags, wallets and purses close to your body

  • If you feel unsafe, remove yourself from the location

  • Tell your friends, family or colleagues where you are going what time to expect you

  • Walk in well-lit areas, with someone if possible

  • Plan ahead

  • Walk at a steady pace and be confident

  • Walk against the flow of traffic when possible

  • Avoid walking close to overgrown trees or bushes

  • Vary your routine where possible

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  • Keep your handbag/purse/wallet on you at all times

  • Never leave them in the trolley

  • Be vigilant and aware of those around you

  • Don't get distracted

  • Keep minimal cash in your purse/wallet/handbag

  • Always have your keys out and ready when returning to the car

  • Don't put handbags on the back of chairs or on the ground

  • When in toilets, keep bag close to you

Downloadable Resources from  Western Australian Neighbourhood Watch and WA Police

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Safety Advice For Seniors

Security advice for seniors whilst at home or out and about in the comunity.

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PayWave & PayPass Fraud

Tip for Businesses and Personal Card Users to Secure PayWave/PayPass Cards

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Personal Safety

Tips for staying safe in public and in taxi's

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