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1 Be Smart, Be Safe Your life is more important than a transaction. Learn simple techniques that ensure you are safe as you show homes, hold open houses, and meet for appointments.

2 Real Estate Agent Safety Tips Follow your intuition. Trust your instincts! Be suspicious of everyone. Never turn your back on guests. Clients enter in front of you. ID and pre-qualify at your first appointment—have a procedure in place with new clients. Utilize technology. Always keep your cell phone charged and close to you Download personal security apps for your cell phone: Guardly Moby, etc. 2 Be Smart, Be Safe

3 Real Estate Agent Safety Tips Always communicate with your office. Have a plan for safe open houses. – Park where you cannot get blocked in. – Meet the neighbors. Use predetermined code words to alert your office of distress. Conduct safe personal marketing. – Ex. Do not be photographed with expensive jewelry. Implement a buddy system – work in teams! Dress for safety. Know how to defend yourself. Let’s get started! 3 Be Smart, Be Safe

4 4 SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING Be Smart, Be Safe

5 Self-Defense Self-defense training Are you prepared to defend yourself? 5 Be Smart, Be Safe

6 Awareness SITUATIONAL AWARENESS: What is my situation? Am I aware of my surroundings? THREAT ASSESSMENT: What is the potential threat and how should I deal with it? ESCAPE AND EVASION PLAN: How do I avoid or escape the situation? 6 Be Smart, Be Safe

7 Awareness IMMEDIATE ACTION DRILLS: Speed-Surprise-Aggression! ATTACK/DEFENSE DRILLS: Fight back and/or defend. PRE-EMPTIVE SELF-DEFENSE: “She who strikes first usually wins.” – Ernest Emerson (Paraphrase) 7 Be Smart, Be Safe

8 Awareness Color Code System 8 Be Smart, Be Safe

9 Awareness Color Code System RED: You are in combat mode and will fight/shoot/take any action necessary to survive/win if necessary! BLACK: Your senses have overloaded and you shut down completely! You are of no use to yourself or the people who might have to depend on you. 9 Be Smart, Be Safe

10 Survival The Three Ds of Survival 1.DETECT! 2.DENY! 3.DESTROY! 10 Be Smart, Be Safe

11 OODA Loop OODA Loop: The process the human mind goes through when faced with danger or startling situations. O bserve: You observe/see the event unfolding. O rient: Your mind orients or attempts to orient the event. D ecide: Your mind decides that there is a threat and/or you are in danger. A ct: Your mind tells your body to act! 11 Be Smart, Be Safe

12 Be a Warrior What kind of target are you? Be a warrior! 12 Be Smart, Be Safe

13 Crime Prevention CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (CPTED) CPTED IN PARKING LOTS: “Very little time is devoted to parking designs in typical architectural education programs, and assignments for such projects are often relegated to the most inexperienced members of the architectural teams. As a result, active security systems are often needed to correct problems created by architectural designs that failed to incorporate CPTED.” 13 Be Smart, Be Safe

14 14 Be Smart, Be Safe

15 Defend Yourself To properly defend yourself, you must learn how to block and/or evade an attack. High block: intended to protect the head from an overhead strike (typically by some type of weapon). Middle block: intended to protect the head and face blows or strikes coming the left or right. Deflection block: intended to “deflect” or redirect a punch, stab, or grab. 15 Be Smart, Be Safe

16 16 High Block Be Smart, Be Safe

17 High Block 17 Be Smart, Be Safe

18 Middle Block 18 Be Smart, Be Safe

19 Middle Block 19 Be Smart, Be Safe

20 Middle Block 20 Be Smart, Be Safe

21 Middle Block 21 Be Smart, Be Safe

22 Defend Yourself Low block: intended to stop and/or deflect a kick to the groin area or lower extremities. Emergency block: This block is intended to protect the face and head from surprise and/or multiple strike attack. The defender covers the face while using the elbows to block. The intention is to try to get the attacker to injure his/her hand on the defender’s elbows. 22 Be Smart, Be Safe

23 Low Block 23 Be Smart, Be Safe

24 Low Block 24 Be Smart, Be Safe

25 Emergency Block 25 Be Smart, Be Safe

26 Emergency Block 26 Be Smart, Be Safe

27 Emergency Block 27 Be Smart, Be Safe

28 Strikes, Punches and Kicks Open hand palm strike! Closed fist strike/punch! Knee spike! Front kick! Rear elbow strike! Rear groin chop! Front/rear headbutt! Front choke break! Wrist grab/hold break! 28 Be Smart, Be Safe

29 BE SMART, BE SAFE 29 Be Smart, Be Safe

30 Action Plan List at least ONE action you will take as a result of what you’ve learned. 1. _________________________________________ 2. _________________________________________ 3. ___________________________________________________________ Be Smart, Be Safe

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