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Community Education & Engagement
Personal Protection Guide
Keep a 2-week supply of non-perishable foods and water on hand.
If possible, keep a 2-week supply of essential prescription medications on hand.
Have candles, flashlights and spare batteries on hand.
Have a battery-powered radio on hand.
Maintain good health and hygiene and stay current on your immunizations.
If you develop flu-like symptoms or have a sore that turns black, seek medical attention.
If any of your animals become seriously ill or die unexpectedly from an unknown cause, contact your veterinarian or animal control.
In case of an emergency, try to stay calm and use common sense.
Be a good observer, pay attention to details and write them down.
Describing People & Vehicles
Know how to describe people and vehicles. Make note of as many of the following identifiers as possible:
Approximate age, height, weight and build
Clothing: hat, coat/jacket, shirt, pants, dress, shoes.
Color of eyes
Glasses, if worn
Hair color and length
Scars, marks, tattoos
License plate number (include state or color)
Special identifiers such as tinted windows, special rims, dents, decals, etc.
Emergency and Other Important Numbers
Suspicious Mail Precautions
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