The Busy Woman's Pocket Guide to Safety: Safety Tips for Busy Women on the Go
This book is written for every busy woman that values her personal safety. It contains safety tips for women but goes one step further and actually teaches women how to think about their safety and make wise judgments about everyday situations.
This book could be used as an educational tool for women in:
Non-profit Organizations, Corporations, Government Agencies, Churches, Violence Prevention Programs, Colleges and Universities, Self Defense Training
This crime prevention pocket guide has been very successful here in the Detroit area. It has been featured in the Detroit News, Observer Eccentric Paper and on Fox 2 News Detroit. For more information please go to the website: www.thebusywomanspocketguide.com.
Here are some of the tips you will see in the book:
“This book little book is so valuable because the content it holds. Lives can truly be saved, and protected. Many crimes can be prevented because of lack of opportunity. The advice in this little book is awesome! In this book I am told: The things I need to do for safety.
I am reminded of the importance doing the things I already know to do. It gave me some new things to do for safety that I never would have thought of.
I learned so much in such a short time such as:
New Ideas to protect myself -"waiting until the garage door close before getting out of the car."
Things you should find out before appointments such as repair - "Make and model of vehicle, Name and description of representative"
When you have to let someone in to do work what to put away, and what to Keep out and ready.
Having the "ICE" numbers in place for easy and ready access.
The List just goes on and on. You just will be amazed at how much powerful information is packed in this little dynamo of a book!
I definitely would recommend this book to everyone especially women. The reason being is that it truly is a safety tool that every woman should read and use the wisdom that is therein. It tells you the practical thing you can and should do to be safe form. The place you live to traveling safely. It is an awesome piece of work. Thank you Carla for you diligence to produce such a work.” Minister Carolyn Thornton
“The book was easy to read. The book was informative. I take my personal safety more seriously. I will take the tips. I do feel empowered to make better decisions.”
Bernice Waller, EVP, Federally Employed Women
“I found your book insightful, informational and easy to read. I spent 31 years as a police command officer in the Detroit Police Department and your book would have saved hundreds of women from being victims of assaults, purse snatching, car and home break-ins, and other serious crimes had they read your information.”
Roosevelt Lawrence, Marygrove College Campus Security
“Carla Thompson is not only an author, she is also a crime prevention specialist, who has researched women as victims of crime. As I pointed out earlier, Carla has written this booklet based on her own experiences. She lived on her own while working and going to school at night, and travelled internationally.
I liked this booklet because it was a quick read, that was filled with simple, common sense advice. Since I borrowed the copy I read, I’ve decided to buy at least one copy, for my daughter, a college student who lives in an off-campus apartment. I worry about her every day! If she at least takes Carla’s “date diary” advice, I’d be happy!” Camille Goscicki, AKA Bea Boomer
- Carla Thompson, April 2011
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