Life in the twenty-first century is easier for most of us than it was for our ancestors. But life today holds its own dangers. Since 9/11 and the terrorist bombings in Madrid and London, people are anxious to know what they should do if they're caught up in a terrorist incident. What will the authorities do? What will they ask you to do? At home, on the streets where we live, in the workplace and when travelling abroad, how can we avoid becoming a victim of crime? What strategies can we adopt to avoid crime situations while going about our daily lives? Bomb disposal expert Chris Holt's new book will give readers the advice they need, and the confidence to do something proactive about their own security. Whether you are a city worker wanting to understand more about a terrorist attack, a student living away from home for the first time, or travelling to central Europe on a stag or hen weekend, this book has something for you. Read it and keep it with you as a reference, safe in the knowledge that by doing something rather than nothing you're already making a positive difference to your own safety.
Product code: BJKAK
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
Dimensions: 21.0cm x 14.8cm
Publish date: 02/02/2007
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