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com)-- An innovative new product designed to provide considerable security to homes and businesses, the Keep Safe, has been developed by Gary Brown of Miami, Florida.
We all have a role to play in society to report anything suspicious in our communities and to support the agencies in helping us keep safe.
The Connecticut bill is similar to laws in New York and New Jersey that require Internet dating sites to give advice during registration on how to keep safe, such as not listing your last name, e-mail address, work place, phone number, etc.
Security personnel only keep safe their own checkpoints, said Wali Muhammad, who recently fled his home in Marja for the provincial capital, Lashkargah.
In this edition you will find information on how to have your say about local health services and how to keep safe during the winter months.
The initiative, called "SafetyNet Race to Keep Safe," is valid only from August 15 - September 30, 2011 or while supplies last-hence the "race" to keep safe those in danger of wandering.
Recent events have shown sharply the need to protect and keep safe the children and young people in residential care and these standards balance the importance of giving these young people a life that compares with their peers with their absolute right to be kept safe whilst under our care.
The ban was imposed as part of the ministry's strategic objectives to keep safe man and animal health in the country from epidemic diseases.
SCHOOLCHILDREN from across Birmingham have joined the emergency services to learn how to keep safe when out and about.
VOLUNTARY STRIKE OFF NOTICE FOR KEEP SAFE ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS LTD Notice is hereby given that Keep Safe Electrical Solutions Ltd having its registered office and principal place of business at 7 Cluain Arra, Newcastle West Co.
BUDDING film makers are urging other young people to keep safe online in a film for Safer Internet Day.
Pc Sally Baines and Police Community Support Officer Sharon Mellor went along to speak to pupils as part of the week-long initiative called Keep Safe, aimed at children aged between five and 10-years-old.