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Safety and Crime Prevention

Training and Development

Crime is unfortunately a pandemic that is fast taking over the world. With the recession in the world’s economy; fraud, corruption, theft, falsehood and violent crime is rampant. In realizing that people hurt others, one should understand that the chances of one becoming a victim of crime is no longer a mere possibility, but a reality.

The purpose of this training is to advise people on how to close up some of the loopholes in their business and private lives that may enable potential criminals the opportunity to penetrate. It is not the intent of the training to raise fear among the delegates, but it is to rather serve as a practical guide to avoiding crime through tools, tips and a game plan.

The course will address frequently asked questions such as:

  • What do I do when I need to report a crime?
  • What are my rights as a victim?
  • How can I make myself less “appealing” to criminals?
  • What can I do to try and prevent becoming a victim of crime?
  • What are the top safety tips?
  • How can we make our workplace safer?
safety training

Who should attend?

  • All Staff

Training Outline


  • Know all emergency numbers.
  • What happens when I report my case to the police?
  • Know your rights as a victim of crime

How to make yourself “less appealing” to criminals

Tips to prevent you from becoming a victim of crime

  • Top tips for personal safety
  • Watch Your Body Language
  • 5 ways to avoid danger
  • How to defend yourself
  • Fight or Flee?
  • Tips for Escaping or Fighting Back

Safety Tips

  • Office Safety
  • Tips for using an ATM
  • Tips for vehicle safety and avoiding car jacking
  • Tips while shopping
  • Tips for your home
  • Tips for strangers at your door
  • Burglary Prevention
  • Construction Safety
  • Curfew
  • Domestic Violence Prevention
  • Don’t be a victim of a scam or cybercrime
  • Protecting your information
  • Leaving a store with your gadgets
  • Nightlife safety tips
  • Pedestrian Bus safety
  • Safety tips for people with disabilities
  • Safety tips for cyclists, runners and walkers
  • Sexual Assault
  • Theft and pickpocket prevention


The day will end with the formulation of a Crime Prevention Game Plan for your business, your team and their families.  The facilitator will lead the team to put together a practical game plan, including creating safety groups, communication tips etc. that the company can implement with immediate effect.


Additional Information

Course Duration: 1 Day

Presented : In-house and online



  • Comprehensive manual
  • Framed certificate of attendance
  • Notepad & Pen
  • Superior training venue with delicious lunch, teas and refreshments

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