Personal Safety

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Personal Safety

SCAN protects children, prepares parents, strengthens families and educates our community to Stop Child Abuse and Neglect. Every child deserves to be safe, loved and nurtured.

Indiana Crimes Against Children

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Internet Safety

​​​The best tool we have to prevent internet crimes against children is education. If your looking for ways to educate yourself, your children, co-workers, teachers, etc., we have compiled videos and resources that offer a variety of tools for learning and teaching how to safely use the Internet.

Want to learn more about the program?

View PowerPoint presentation: Protecting Your Kids From Internet Crimes

View my January 2017 appearance on the ISP Road Show

View our January 2018 appearance on the ISP Road Show

Indiana Family Social Services Administration

Indiana Family Social Services Administration

Mental Well Being

Hoosiers are facing unique challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most people are experiencing some amount of grief, stress, depression and worry. The good news is there are steps you can take, resources you can discover and people you can reach out to who can help you feel better at Be Well Indiana.

In addition to the homepage, experts give advice on 13 different topics from domestic violence to anxiety and panic disorders to depression or stress to parenting and more on the video webpage.



Cyber Security

Cyber security refers to the body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, devices, programs, and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access. Cyber security may also be referred to as information technology security.

Lutheran Health Network

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Personal Safety

The Lutheran Hospital Cancer Center reminds you to talk with your doctor about risk factors for cancer as well as what screenings might be right for you. Take a few moments to read this information from the American Cancer Society regarding guidelines for the early detection of various forms of cancer.

Tobacco Free Allen County

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Health Safety

Indiana teens are more likely to use vaping devices than cigarettes. The increase in vaping among youth is rising at such an alarming rate that the U.S. Surgeon General is calling it an epidemic that “demands action to protect the lives of young people.”

Additional information can be found in this PDF: Talk with Your Teen About E-cigarettes: A Tip Sheet for Parents

Indiana State Police

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Human Trafficking Awareness

Human Trafficking is a very real and serious problem facing our society, locally, nationwide, and across the globe. The Indiana State Police is committed to combating human trafficking in all its various forms through proactive investigative initiatives, joint operational task forces, educational programming, and other valued commitments.

Watch Aubrey Lloyd talk about her experience as a victim of human trafficking in this 3 part video.

Aubrey Lloyd Videos

Please read the information and follow the links provided in this Microsoft Word document: Human Trafficking Awareness

The Recovery Village

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Prescription Drug Safety

Miss America 2020 @CamilleSchrier is an advocate for prescription drug safety through her social impact initiative Mind Your Meds. Did you know that since the beginning of COVID-19, 36% of adults surveyed by @recoveryvillage reported an increase in illicit drug use?

Allen County Office of Homeland Security

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Prepare for a Winter Storm

Winter storms can bring not only large amounts of snow, but also extreme cold, high winds, freezing rain and ice. They can cause downed trees, make roads or walkways incredibly dangerous, and cause power outages that can last for several days. Public transportation can be affected and schools and childcare facilities might be closed. On top of all this, winter storms increase the risks of car accidents, hypothermia, frostbite, carbon monoxide poisonings and heart attacks. It’s important to know how to keep yourself, your family and your home safe. Here are some steps you can take to prepare yourself before that brutal storm hits.

Also see: Keeping Your Pets Safe in Winter

American Red Cross

Red Cross

In Times of Need


The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.


The American Red Cross, through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there in times of need. We aspire to turn compassion into action so that…

…all people affected by disaster across the country and around the world receive care, shelter and hope;

…everyone in our country has access to safe, lifesaving blood and blood products;

…our communities are ready and prepared for disasters;

…all members of our armed services and their families find support and comfort whenever needed; and

…in an emergency, there are always trained individuals nearby, ready to use their Red Cross skills to save lives.

Coping with Stress during Covid 19

COVID 19 – Prevention & Safety Information for Students

Heading back to school during the COVID 19 pandemic

Coronavirus: How to talk to kids and keep them healthy

Winter Snow Plow

Winter Snow Storms & Extreme Cold

Winter storms can bring snow, sleet and freezing rain across the entire US. Blizzards occur when strong wind causes blowing snow and whiteout conditions, making roads impassable. Thousands of people are injured or killed every year in traffic accidents related to slippery roads from winter storms.

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Individuals with Disabilities in a Disaster

Emergencies and disasters can strike quickly and without warning, forcing people to quickly leave or be confined in their home unexpectedly. For the millions of Americans who have disabilities, emergencies, such as fires, floods and acts of terrorism, present a real challenge.

More information from the CDC website:

Disability and Health Emergency Preparedness

Allen County Office of Homeland Security

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Harvest Season Safety

It’s harvest season in Indiana, which is the busiest time of the year for the agriculture industry. With additional equipment, machinery and seasonal workers comes an increased risk of accidents and injuries.

Hoosier farmers should conduct work-site inspections of all areas and equipment to determine what training and personal protective equipment are required to best safeguard their employees and fellow members of the community.

More Info:

Covid-19 Action

Lutheran Health Farm Safety

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