Personal Security in Hotels

Personal Security in Hotels

❑Do not discuss your business or travel plans in public areas where they may be overheard. Discuss your travel plans and movements during your stay with as few people as possible.


❑Selecting a hotel room on the third to fifth floor generally will keep you out of reach of criminal activity from the street but still within reach of most fire truck ladders.


❑Do not entertain strangers in your hotel room.


❑Be alert to overly friendly locals who may have criminal intentions. They may offer to take you to a “special” restaurant. Their ruse may be to offer drugged refreshments.


❑Never leave valuables in your hotel room exposed or unattended, even in a locked suitcase.


❑Place valuables—money, jewelry, airplane tickets, credit cards, passport—in a hotel safe deposit box or room safe.


❑Familiarize yourself with escape routes in case of fire or other catastrophe.


❑Use the door chain or bolt lock whenever you are in your room.


❑Use the door viewer (peephole) before opening the door to visitors.


❑Do not discuss your room number while standing in the lobby or leave your room key on restaurant or bar tables.


❑Keep your room neat so you will notice disturbed or missing items quickly.


Residential Security

Establishing a Safehaven

Home Security While You Are Away

Personal Security While Traveling

Personal Security in Hotels

Fir Safty at Home

Security Do's for Children

Letter and Parcel Bombs



Sexual Assault Prevention


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