Living Safer, Living Smarter
The National Crime Prevention Council’s “Living Safer, Being Smarter,” campaign aspires to inform, educate, and prevent crime for 18- to 24-year-olds as they have first-time encounters with issues such as getting a credit card or renting their first apartment. The campaign microsite offers many tips and resources on how to live, work, and surf smarter. It also covers financial and living-on-your-own basics. The microsite includes downloadable checklists and toolkits, videos, and tips and fact sheets.
Teachers, community leaders, or service learning facilitators can bring the campaign to their schools and communities by using the Life After High School: Facilitator’s Guide to develop a curriculum for the young adults. The guide can be used in combination with the Life After High School toolkit for high school graduates.
Watch the "Living Safer, Being Smarter" Campaign video on YouTube
What is Consent?
Can two-minutes and a smart phone change the way you think about consent? This video, originally created as part of CampusClarity's award-winning online training program Think About It, teaches the concept of consent by considering a series of realistic scenarios in an approachable manner.
Run. Hide. Fight. Surviving an Active Shooter Event
This video, produced by the Houston Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security, dramatizes an active shooter incident in the workplace. Its purpose is to educate the public on how to respond during such an incident.
Tips for Surviving an Active Shooter Incident