The MOST important thing YOU can do is CALL THE POLICE to report a CRIME or any SUSPICIOUS activity. You have to be the eyes of your neighborhood. And remember you can always remain a pair of anonymous eyes!
Light up your residence, lock your doors at all times, and call the Police when you see something suspicious.
For additional crime prevention tips to conduct a neighborhood association or group meeting, please feel free to contact Guwahati City Police for any assistance
If you come home to find an unexplained open/broken window or door or a theft has taken place
Inhalant abuse can kill. And if it doesnt kill you, it can leave you with severe brain damage or severe respiratory problems. Even a first time user can end up dead after "sniffing or huffing" inhalants
Everyday products like glue, paint, lighter fluid, fingernail polish, permanent markers, deodorants, and anything in an aerosol can are sniffed to get a rapid and dangerous high. While this type of substance abuse may seem harmless because the products are not legally classified as drugs, they are deadly chemicals and poisons. An inhalant
high may give the feeling of well-being and reduce inhibitions, much like the effects of alcohol and other sedatives. Higher doses produce laughter and giddiness, feelings of floating, time and space distortion, and hallucinations. But the reality is inhalant abuse has serious short- and long-term side effects
Sniffing can make you sick. For example, victims may become nauseated, forgetful, and unable to see things clearly. Some victims lose control of their bodies, including use of the arms and legs. You don't look real cool stumbling around high from inhalants. Side effects can last 15 to 45 minutes after sniffing. People who sniff often act intoxicated and experience short-term memory loss as well
Know the facts. Remember that inhalants are not made for the body. They are deadly chemicals and poisons. Know the many ways inhalants can damage your mind and body. Tell your friends about the dangers of inhalant abuse. And refuse to hang out with friends who sniff.
As with many prevention efforts, preventing inhalant abuse takes a community effort. Organize with other teens to involve the media, retailers, schools, churches, health care providers, civic and volunteer organizations, elected officials, and the law enforcement community to stop kids from sniffing. Retailers can monitor sales of certain products. Health care providers can pass out literature to patients
The most common way thieves go about getting this information is by stealing your wallet. However, other ways include looking over your shoulder at ATMs and phone booths to capture your PIN number; stealing mail from your mailbox; digging though your discarded trash; and fraudulently ordering a copy of your credit record. And before you think, ?I don?t have a credit record,? think again. As soon as you open a bank account, get a credit card or a loan, or start a store account, you?ve got a credit record
One of many conveniences of a checking account is the debit or automated teller machine (ATM) card. This card allows you to get money from your account through a machine 24 hours a day. A money machine is useful, but there are a few precautions you should takeProtecting Your Personal Identification Number (PIN)
Just like passwords on the computers, a PIN is a confidential code issued to you that lets you have access to your account. Memorize your PIN, and don?t give it to anyone, not even family members or bank employees. The fewer people who have access to your PIN, the better. Never write your PIN on your ATM card or write it on a piece of paper and place it in your wallet. If your wallet and card are lost or stolen, someone will have everything they need to take all the money from your accountUsing the ATM Safely
An ATM card should be treated like cash. When using the ATM machine, select one that?s code-door or double-door secured and visible to street traffic. Use when others are around. Also
Having a credit card is a big responsibility. If you don't have your own card, a parent may lend you one for certain purchases. Whether the card is yours or your parents', here are a few tips to keep it safe
Never repeat NEVER give you PIN No. of your Credit /Debit Card with anyone even to anyone or any executive of the bank issuing the Credit / Debit Card
While making purchasers etc. through the Internet, please ensure that the website is security certified