Crime prevention starts with protecting children

← Stop Abuse Campaign Advocate and Expert Joins Board Stop Abuse Campaign Issues Statement about Colorado Springs Club Q Shooting → Crime is a complex subject. Protecting children from Adverse Childhood Experiences prevents crime and strengthens communities. A neighbor called on Saturday morning to tell me that Larry had died. The day before, he saw […]

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What is Spam?

Spam is any kind of unwanted, unsolicited digital communication that gets sent out in bulk. Often spam is sent via email, but it can also be distributed via text messages, phone calls, or social media¹. Spam can take many forms, including phishing emails, email spoofing, tech support scams, and malware messages⁴. If you have any […]

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Scareware is a type of social engineering attack where attackers use fake warnings and alerts to scare people into downloading or purchasing software and updates that they don’t need. These fake warnings often claim that the victim’s computer is infected with viruses or other threats and that they need to take immediate action to protect […]

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How to move on after being a crime victim

I’m sorry to hear that you were a victim of a crime. It’s important to take care of yourself after such an experience. Here are some tips that might help you move on: – Talk to someone you trust about how you feel. – Seek professional help if you need it. – Take care of […]

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There are several steps you can take to protect yourself from cyberextortion. One important step is to avoid clicking on malicious links, as attackers often use phishing emails to trick people into downloading malware¹. It’s also important to keep your software up to date and use security solutions to protect your devices from cyberattacks¹. Using […]

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Crime Avoidance

Crime is a real threat in today’s society. However, there are steps you can take to avoid becoming a victim. By being aware of your surroundings and taking precautions, you can greatly reduce your risk of being targeted by criminals.

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Beware Phishing Emails

Some signs of phishing emails are: – They ask for sensitive information, such as passwords, account numbers, or Social Security numbers¹²⁴. – They use a different domain than the legitimate company or organization they claim to represent, such as instead of @bank.com¹²⁴. – They contain links that don’t match the domain or look suspicious, […]

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The Darknet

The darknet is a term that refers to overlay networks that use the Internet but require specific software, configurations, or authorization to access. The darknet is often used for anonymous communication and illegal activities, such as file sharing, hacking, cybercrime, and terrorism. The darknet is not indexed by regular search engines and uses different protocols […]

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Common Scams

There are many types of scams that use different methods to trick people into giving up their money or personal information. Here are some of the most common ones and how to avoid them: – **Charity scams**: These scams involve criminals pretending to be legitimate charities or organizations that ask for donations, especially after a […]

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Knowledge; The more you know, the less likely you will become a Victim

Knowledge is Power Introduction Born DOA, 1939 A victim of more than 10 years, multiple cases of abuse 8th-grade dropout to work 15 years, of education, full-time nights and weekends GED, ASBA, MBA 1977 and Ph.D. 1979 Human Behavior and Leadership Dissertation ‘Analysis of Selected Top Performer Success Experiences. 1979’ Helping others Offline, since 1981, […]

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