#SelfieSafety: Halloween Safety Tips

Our partner Jennifer Cassetta is helping us with a fun new video project – introducing #SelfieSafety! A few times a month Jennifer will film herself in different situations and give personal safety tips relevant to the time of year, or where her travels take her!

This week – it’s all about how to have a safe and sweet Halloween:

Keep in mind these three distraction techniques while you’re out and about this weekend. These are common phrases that an attacker will use to get you to let your guard down.

1. Asking if you have the time
2. Asking if you have directions
3. Asking if you need help

Make sure you chat with your kids about these distraction techniques too – remember Safe is Smart!

For more Jennifer Cassetta videos, find her on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/healthandthecity or visit her website: http://jennifercassetta.com/

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