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Why is REALTOR Safety such an important focus for members?  Because REALTORS face a unique set of circumstances in their daily work, where they meet clients, sometimes for the first time, in properties that can sometimes be vacant or secluded.  Here are some resources, tips, and tools to help keep you safe in your business.  

Articles on REALTOR Safety
4 Tips to Keep You Safe, via TrendMLS (Baltimore, MD)
How Safe Do Agents Feel on the Job?, via Inman

10 Tips for Holding a Safe Open House, via N.A.R. 
Safety Checklist for Property Showings, via REALTOR® Magazine
Field Guide to Facebook for REALTORS®, via N.A.R. 
What Works Better Than Office Protocol?, via REALTOR® Magazine
Office Safety Forms

These documents can be customized to meet your needs (Courtesy of the National Association of REALTORS®)

Safety Contacts:

For a police, fire, or medical emergency, always dial 911. To report a property crime where danger is not present and there is no immediate opportunity to catch the suspect, call the nonemergency numbers below. 

  • Non-Emergency: ​(760) 367-9546

  • Dispatch: (760) 365-2364

  • Administration: (760) 366-4175

California Department of Justice database listing registered sex offenders:

U.S. Department of Justice National Sex Offender Directory:

REALTOR Safety Videos: