Protecting Yourself

Hopefully you will never be a victim of crime. However, it is worthwhile taking some time out and thinking about how you would act in different situations. It is better to consider this now, than have to think about it if it happens.

  • Outdoors

    Some simple things you can do to protect yourself outdoors.

  • Driving

    Becoming a victim of crime while driving is rare, however it can happen. There are a number of simple ways to help keep you safe

  • Taxis and Public Transport

    Even though the chances of something happening are quite slim some people still feel nervous about using buses or taxis.

  • Identity Theft and Fraud

    Identity Fraud is often quoted as Britain’s fastest growing crime. It involves the misuse of identity information in order to commit crime.

  • Attacks

    Some of us fear being attacked so it is worth considering what you might do if it did happen.

  • Scams

    Scammers are very good at finding creative ways to get their hands on your cash. Always think before you act!

  • Mobile Phone Theft

    Advise on how to Protect your Mobile Phone

  • Stay Safe in a Marauding Terrorist Firearms Attack

    Advice on how to be effective in these situations before the emergency services are available to provide professional support

  • Chinese New Year

    As many people across Northern Ireland prepare to celebrate Chinese New Year, please take some time to read our advice to help keep you and your family safe.

  • Spiking

    Advice to help you protect yourself from spiking.