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Tony Newsom joined the Los Angeles Police Department in 1989.  In 1992, he was assigned to the West Valley Division, working with juveniles in the Jeopardy Program.  He briefly left the Los Angeles Police Department to form his own personal protection company.  Tony Newsom rejoined the Los Angeles Police Department in 2003 and works in the area of community relations.  Tony Newsom is the author of Top 10 Crimes - Don't Be the Next Victim, Student Safety Tips: 45 That Every 3rd - 5th Grader Must Know, Middle School Student Safety Tips, High School Student Safety Tips, College Student Safety Tips, Student Safety Tips: 40 That Every 1st - 2nd Grader Must Know and The Parent's Guide For Raising Safer K-12 Students.

According to the book description of Top 10 Crimes, Don’t Be the Next Victim it “will help you: Learn how to prevent date rape; Teach your children (and yourself) how to avoid predators; Discover how to avoid dangerous ATM robberies; Find out how to recognize scams and cons before it is too late; Learn to identify patterns that criminals look for in victims; Learn how women can better avoid being raped; Find out how to protect yourself and effectively free others from domestic violence; Learn how to protect your family from home invaders; Keep your children safe from child abductors; Learn what the top ten crimes are and how to avoid being a victim; and, Understand the top 12 things that keep people safe.”

According to the book description of The Parent's Guide For Raising Safer K-12 Students, “What are the most commonly committed crimes against women, children and your entire household? What do you as a parent of a K-12 student need to know about keeping your family safe? The Parent's Guide For Raising Safer K-12 Students: will give you the answers. Written by Tony Newsom, an officer in the renowned Los Angles Police Department with over 27 years' experience in personal protective services, this book will be your indispensable guide to crime prevention techniques that can keep you and your loved ones safe.”

According to the book description of Student Safety Tips: 40 That Every 1st - 2nd Grader Must Know, “Why does one child get into the car of a complete stranger while another instantly runs to tell an adult? How do we protect our children from Internet predators? Student Safety Tips: 40 That Every 1st 2nd Grader MUST Know! will give you the answers. Written by Tony Newsom, an officer in the renowned Los Angeles Police Department with over 27 years experience in personal protective services, this book will be your indispensable guide to protecting your children. Student Safety Tips will help you teach your children: What to do when approached by a stranger How to report an emergency to 911 Important rules for Internet safety How to protect themselves if they re home alone Simple prevention techniques to stay safe Arming your family with the knowledge in this book will save lives.”

According to the book description of Student Safety Tips: 45 That Every 3rd - 5th Grader Must Know, “Why does one child get into the car of a complete stranger while another instantly runs to tell an adult? How do we protect our children from Internet predators? Student Safety Tips: 45 That Every 3rd 5thGrader MUST Know! will give you the answers. Written by Tony Newsom, an officer in the renowned Los Angeles Police Department with over 27 years experience in personal protective services, this book will be your indispensable guide to protecting your children. Student Safety Tips will help you teach your children: What to do when approached by a stranger How to report an emergency to 911 Important rules for Internet safety How to protect themselves if they re home alone Simple prevention techniques to stay safe Arming your family with the knowledge in this book will save lives.”

Michael D. Antonovich (LA County Supervisor) College Student Safety Tips said of “This book offers highly effective safety strategies. Tony Newsom has a true passion and concern for the safety of the people in our communities as well as our students and schools. It has been a privilege to help financially support the efforts of Mr. Newsom's public safety endeavors for many years throughout Los Angeles County.”


College Student Safety Tips
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Middle School Student Safety Tips
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The Parent's Guide For Raising Safer K-12 Students
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High School Student Safety Tips
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Top 10 Crimes - Don't Be the Next Victim
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Student Safety Tips - 45 That Every 3rd-5th Graders MUST KNOW!
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Student Safety Tips - 40 That Every 1st & 2nd Grader MUST Know!
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According to the book description of Middle School Student Safety Tips, “Middle School Students Safety Tips will help students: - Learn how to recognize scams and cons - Learn how to avoid Internet predators - Learn how to identify patterns that criminals prey upon Arming middle school students with the knowledge in this book can save their lives.”

From the History of the Los Angeles Police Department (lapdonline.org)

A breath of fresh air flowed through the City and the Department in 1932 with the coming of the Summer Games of the 10th Olympiad, giving officers and the public alike a welcomed respite from strife and the agonies of the Depression. Olympic Police Headquarters was located at the new Coliseum and, under Chief Steckel, 800 sworn personnel, including three deputy chiefs, assumed law and order responsibilities. Throughout the Games, crimes were held to two robberies, eight burglaries, 39 thefts, and 10 auto thefts. No homicides occurred and traffic accidents were limited to 30.

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