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What to do if you become victim of a crime
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What to do if you become victim of a crime

Any person… even you… can become a victim of crime at any time. A criminal may still target you even if you’ve take every step possible to prevent and protect yourself. Take a moment and ask yourself a few questions: If you were to be involved in a hit and run accident, what would you do? If you came home and noticed the front door was open or a window was broken, how would you react? If you were assaulted outside of your home, do you know where you would go? In other words- do you know exactly what to do if you become the victim of a crime?

Here are a couple of pointers:

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