The average American has a 1 in 250 chance of being robbed, assaulted, raped, or murdered each year. Not included are crimes that are not reported.
1. Avoid dangerous places:
When you are walking alone be careful when you are in a dark alley. Bad people like to lurk in the dark awaiting for victims. When someone walks alone they will execute their evilness.
Do not go alone to the place of someone you barely know even when invited. If you do, let someone or family know.
2. Do not let your guard down:
A boxer Floyd Mayweather was criticized for punching his opponent Ortiz in the ring. Ortiz was trying to hug/kiss Floyd in the ring but the moment Ortiz looked away, Floyd punched Ortiz. (It was a cheap punch from Floyd. Hopefully Ortiz learned something). So, “Do not let your guard down” when you are in unfamiliar place; pay attention to your surroundings. If you suspect someone is following you, walk faster or run.
3. Value your life:
Do not start the fight. If someone demands your phone, wallet or anything, do not resist. Remember, the most important thing you have that cannot be replaced is your life!
4. Avoid getting in the car:
The moment you get in the car with the bad people your survival rate is really low. Avoid getting in strange cars. Try to escape if you can. If they will take your personal items and still want you in the car they probably want to rape you, then kill you. Make a scene if you are in a crowded place.
5. Call for help:
If you a have a phone with you call the police and report the incident. Call a family member or friends and ask for help.
6. Do not get involved with drugs and gangs:
Violence is always inevitable when you are involved in drugs. Avoid become part of a gang and save your self from trouble.
7. Show Respect:
Do not laugh at someone just because that someone does not look like you. If you have nothing nice to say better to keep quite and mind your own business.
8. When you are in trouble:
Remember to call your God when you think there’s no way out, He will do unbelievable things. I heard many survival stories. But, if you are not a believer just make sure your mind is focused on survival.
Tony Grein 18 of Delray Beach, Fla., was attacked by a violent man christiannews.net. He said,
"Somehow I survived it. It had to be an act of God," Grein, who was much smaller in stature told local WPTV-5 "There’s no way it was me." If you are a believer, ask God to protect you before you even take the first step out of your house.
Things that you should carry with you:
Phone: Make sure you have enough load all the time. This is for those individuals that do not have a monthly plan.
Make sure your phone is fully charged.
Carry pepper spray or bear spray if legal in your country. If you are cornered spray it on his eyes not your eyes. This will burn his eyes then the moment this happens, run and never look back!
If you are a parent:
Encourage your child not to talk to strangers or accept anything from strangers.
Established a close relationship with your child.
If you have any idea feel free to share!