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Old January 3rd, 2005, 17:44
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12 Simple Ways To Help Be Safer In 2005

[] It is common today to hear about all the new high-tech wonder gadgets that will make our lives safer and more secure in the future. Everything from biometrics to digital CCTV to smart cards will have a role to play in our personal security.

However, here are a few simple, easy, “no-brainer” ways, suggested by law enforcement and security folks, to make your life safer starting right now in 2005.

1. Don’t be involved in any illegal activities or use illegal drugs. It sounds like a no-brainer, but it is a well known fact that if you are not involved in criminal activities yourself, you will be less likely to be a victim of a crime.
Simply put: Thugs prey on fellow crooks.

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