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Campus Safety For Your Teens

High school to University is a major change for young adults. No longer are they part of a very structured environment, from the strict rules at High School to the rules you have in place at home, they are now “free” in a sense. How will they handle their new world? Will they be prepared? It is imperative to begin this as soon as possible. They will be on their own and you should prepare them as much as possible. You should check with your campus authorities first as to what methods of non-lethal self-defense are allowed. Is your child permitted to carry Mace, Pepper Spray or a Stun Gun? Are they allowed to carry stun guns in their purses or pockets? Have the college clearly detail the security system and processes currently in place? Are parking lots and grounds patrolled during the day and night? Where can your child run to if there is a problem on campus? Make sure your children are aware where the security office is located? If at all possible, see if you can show them around their dorm in the months before college begins. You can both get a feel for the layout of the dorm and see where the entrances and exits are. You can explore the different wings and corridors so your child will be less likely to become lost. This is especially important if you are from a more rural area and your child is attending a major university. The college they are attending may have tens of thousands of students. It can be an overwhelming place if they aren’t fully expecting a location vast enough to accommodate this number. Be sure to clearly discuss facts on peer behavior. It is highly unlikely that parties will ever be supervised thus anything thing lost or stolen will be gone for good. Likewise other young adults in attendance may or may not be students at the school. There are accounts for both male and female students who have been robbed, attacked, or raped after overindulging in alcohol. Be sure to clearly discuss facts on peer behavior. It is highly unlikely that parties will ever be supervised thus anything thing lost or stolen will be gone for good. Likewise other young adults in attendance may or may not be students at the school. There are accounts for both male and female students who have been robbed, attacked, or raped after overindulging in alcohol.

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