In the wake of the tragedy in Paris, many people are thinking about personal safety. It’s on all our minds!
Because we serve travelers year round, we created this audio to share 3 simple actions you can take to stay safe while you are in public. Let’s face it. During the holidays, our to do list and travel plans keep us from focusing on the present moment. These distractions, however, create the perfect cover for crime. As a corporate housing provider, we are invested in the travel safety of our clients and friends, and so we created this audio for you. This audio is for informational purposes, so you can be better prepared to avoid interpersonal violence.
What about the Police?
That’s a great question. Yes, law enforcement is there to deal with the bad guys that can ruin a perfectly good vacation! Wouldn’t it be nice if they could be everywhere to catch criminals! The fact is that the few tips we share in the audio below can go a long ways in helping them do their job. The simple tips which you can exercise whenever you are in public will lessen the likelihood that you will need the police to come. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!
Disclaimer: None of the information given can be construed as legal or professional advice. We make no guarantees for your personal safety if you act on this information. Rather, consider it as a tool kit that you can use to lessen the chance of falling victim to crime.
Click below to listen to 3 tips to help you stay safe in Public.
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We wish you a happy and safe Thanksgiving. Corporate apartments offer another level of security for the frequent traveler. Apartments are more private, often located in gated communities. We have apartments across the South Central Texas area. Let us know how we can serve you if you are traveling in Del Rio, Eagle Pass, or Laredo, Texas, over the holidays. Check out our availability here.
What do you do to prevent crime when you are traveling? Comment below and we may include your suggestions in a future blog!