4 edition of Staying safe on the streets found in the catalog.
Uses real-life examples to illustrate practical tips on how to handle potentially violent situations, such as muggings, robbery, and rape, in your neighborhood.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 62) and index.
|Series||The get prepared library|
|LC Classifications||HV6250.4.W65 C527 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||95008491|
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Most important, you'll find that Aviv's recommendations and warnings are Reviews: Staying safe on the streets (Book, )  Get this from a library. Staying safe on the streets. [Donna Chaiet] -- Uses real-life examples to illustrate practical tips on how to handle potentially violent situations, such as muggings, robbery, and rape, in your neighborhood.
A kidʼs guide to staying safe on the streets. [Maribeth Boelts] -- Discusses ways children can be safe around strangers, traffic, and other potentially dangerous situations.
Appearing confident is one of the best ways of staying safe when out and about on foot. It's a fact that confident people are less likely to be mugged or assaulted, so when you're walking alone. Staying safe is about trusting your instincts and applying common sense; whether you’re at home, at school or work, online, or out and about on the streets.
If you’re struggling with a serious problem, don’t face it alone. Talk to someone. If you want confidential advice, the youth workers at your local club will always make time to listen [ ]. A kid's guide to staying safe on the streets.
[Maribeth Boelts] -- Discusses ways children can be safe around strangers, traffic, and other potentially dangerous situations.
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