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When is the Right Time to Begin Teaching Your Child Gun...

Gun safety can be a difficult topic to broach but it's a necessary topic to discuss, especially with children and teens. All children are different;...
Safety Tips to Teach Your College-Bound Teen

10 Safety Tips to Teach Your College-Bound Teen

Going to college can be an intimidating experience for both teens and parents. Keeping their child safe is top of mind for parents. While...

National Speaker Shares Harrowing Life or Death Situation in Spring Hill

The City of Spring Hill is inviting you to an upcoming safety training presentation, “A Culture of Safety: It’s a Matter of Life or...
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Boat Safety 101: Proper Boating Attire

Summer is here and if you like to enjoy some time out on the lake during the summer months, consider these boating dress code...
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Boat Safety 101: Navigation Rules

Like the Driver's Ed book that you study before getting a license, every boat owner should have a copy of the U.S. Government published...

Seatbelts in School Buses Possible with New State Legislature Bills

After the bus accident in Chattanooga last November that killed six students and injured more, the Tennessee Legislature has been working on bills that...

How Williamson County Sheriffs Keep Our Schools Safe

This is the first story in a series about safety and crime in Williamson County Schools. Williamson County Schools (WCS) is known as one...
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Crime on Campus Study Results for Tennessee Colleges

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has released to the public its annual crime study detailing the volume and nature of crime on the...

Swallowing “Button” Batteries can be Fatal for Children

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Button batteries are small round batteries found in items such as toys, greeting cards, watches, hearing aids, games and flashing jewelry—all...

Brentwood Police Program Offers Holiday Travelers Peace of Mind

The Vacation Watch program allows residents to let Brentwood police know about their travel plans in case anything out of the ordinary happens at their homes while they're away.
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