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ATM Safety

  • Use ATMs in well lit and safe areas.
  • Don’t allow your card to be removed from your sight.
  • Don’t accept help from strangers or give out your pin, not even to persons claiming to be bank officials.
  • Watch out for people standing very close to you and looking over your shoulder as you type in your pin.
  • Never leave your card in the ATM, if stuck, follow instructions provided on the ATM machine.
  • When cancelling an ATM card if it has been stuck please use the numbers on the wall in and around the ATM to cancel the card.
  • Make sure you are not followed after a transaction – After transaction has been completed please remove printed slip as this will give information on the balance in the account.

Restaurant Safety

  • Patrons to please keep all valuables close at hand, never let any of your belongings out of your sight.
  • If any people are acting suspiciously in the restaurant, please report this to the manager and express your concern.
  • When paying for your bill please ask the waitron to bring the swipe machine to your table to complete the transaction, keep all bank cards in sight at all times.
  • When going to use the bathroom please take all valuables with you.
  • Do not leave handbags under tables, on the back of chairs or on restroom hooks.
  • Do not leave cell phones or wallets on restaurant tables

Business Safety

  • We encourage businesses to be proactive and implement sound measures to prevent security related issues.
  • Ensure Alarms and PanicButtons are in good working order.
  • Contingency plans are in plays.

Home Safety

  • Never allow strangers into your house – always confirm their legitimacy
  • Invest and utilize a good overall security system
  • Adequate lighting around the perimeter of your house acts as a good deterrent
  • Trim shrubs around windows and entrances so they cannot conceal intruders
  • When you leave you home at night, leave interior lights one, as well as your television or radio, so that your house looks occupied
  • If living in a complex don’t open entrance/foyer doors to strangers and prevent tailgating
  • Never disclose that you are home alone
  • Always be alert to vehicles or persons following you into your entrance or the garage
  • Educate everyone regarding these safety precautions
  • Don’t leave firearms unattended
  • Keep a list of emergency numbers next to the telephone
  • A list of emergency numbers can be found on our website here