• 27 July 2015 - י"ב אב תשע"ה

    Notice: There should always be adult supervision when children  are playing on the street.

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    Keep your bikes indoors or chained whenever they’re not in use. It takes 30 seconds for someone to grab and ride off with a bike lying around,

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    SUMMER SAFETY TIPS

    June 22, 2015 - ו' תמוז תשע"ה

    Summer Safety Tips

    Before leaving on vacation:

    *Gates and window locks should be carefully checked.

    *Make sure the Alarm and central station is in proper working order.

    *Designate a neighbor or friend to take in mail or advertising flyers that may be left at your door step.

    *Rooms that face the front or back windows should have a time clock installed and should be set to open the lights at random times.

    *Leave spare key with a trusted neighbor or family member.

    *All jewelry and silver should be taken to a safe place.

    *Enroll with the Free Shomrim House Registration program 718-851-3927 Ext. 0 and ask for our central station notification number

    Baby Sitter: When leaving your children with a baby sitter:

    *Make sure to have the information of the baby sitter (cell Phone)

    *Make sure to instruct the baby sitter what to do in time of emergency, leave emergency numbers, Your contact numbers, so you can be reached while away from home.

    *The address of your home (colony- bungalow #) all information should be posted next to the telephone … More »


    Safety Tip #10

    Hitchhiking is dangerous! Boys, girls, bochurim, teenagers, women - everyone is at serious risk when they enter a vehicle with an unfamiliar driver, no matter how heimish he or she looks. Under no circumstances should it be permitted, no matter what, no matter when, no matter where.

    Safety Tip #9

    When money collectors coming knocking, do not leave them standing at your open doorway while you fish for cash. Lock the door first, and unlock when you return with the money. Do not allow your children to hand over the money either - the collector is a total stranger to you and your family, and it is only prudent to exercise at leat the minimum amount of caution.

    Safety Tip #8

    Teach your children never to talk to strangers. Even if the stranger looks heimish, talks like Bubby or Zeidy, or claims to know them, your child should never answer without you there.  Warn your kids to always run back to you if a stranger approaches. Do not take this lightly: In a tight-knit community like ours, it is very easy for someone to merely dress the part to gain our children’s trust. You can never be too cautious when it comes to the safety of your child.


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