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RICK STALY, SHERIFF

"An Honor to Serve, A Duty to Protect"

Realtor Safety

  • Statistics tell us that people whose business brings them in contact with strangers out of their office are at more risk than those who stay in the office.
  • Meet at your office before showing property.  Take a picture, and send, of I.D. if you meet in the field.
  • Obtain a photocopy of client driver license or photo I.D.  In addition, verify.
  • Introduce client to co-workers.
  • Tell office staff in front of client you will call the office periodically.
  • Call your office upon arrival at each location as a safety check. If no one answers your call, fake it.
  • Have a pre-planned code word for a distress signal.
  • Take your own vehicle and ask the client to follow you in their car.
  • Your office should have all your vehicle information.
  • Do not pull into the driveway first, do not get blocked in.
  • Carry your cell phone with you.

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