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National Crime Prevention Council (Home of McGruff the Crime Dog) provides facts on crime prevention and frequently asked questions, domestic violence, sexual assault prevention, auto theft, special topics, and various program ideas to reduce crime. This web site gives suggestions on how communities and neighborhoods can organize against crime.
http://www.ncpc.org

U.S. Department of Justice Provides a search engine to access almost any information on crime topics and law issues.
http://www.usdoj.gov

National School Safety Center is a non-profit organization created to meet the growing need for additional training and preparation in the areas of school crime and violence prevention.
http://www.nssc1.org

U.S. Department of Education provides extensive information resources on school safety. They include news updates, information about programs and research, and links to related sites on the Internet.
http://www.ed.gov

U.S. State Department provides a wide range of important information to American citizens who are considering travel to various countries throughout the world. Threats of terrorist activity are included, in addition to information about other potential crime threats travelers should consider. This web site also includes information concerning foreign terrorist organizations and patterns of global terrorism, Anti-terrorism laws and bills, and guidelines Americans should follow while working or living overseas. fake watches - replica watches uk - replica watches uk
http://www.state.gov

Active Shooter Preparedness
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) aims to enhance preparedness through a ”whole community�approach by providing training, products, and resources to a broad range of stakeholders on issues such as active shooter awareness, incident response, and workplace violence. In many cases, there is no pattern or method to the selection of victims by an active shooter, and these situations are by their very nature are unpredictable and evolve quickly. DHS offers free courses, materials, and workshops to better prepare you to deal with an active shooter situation and to raise awareness of behaviors that represent pre-incident indicators and characteristics of active shooters. http://www.dhs.gov/active-shooter-preparedness