Knowledge, awareness, and empowerment are the core components of REALTOR® safety. Helping our members understand the risks they face can mean the difference between life and death.

As a REALTOR®, it’s important you have a personal safety protocol in place you use every day with every client, like when meeting new clients, showing properties or sharing information online.

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Office Safety Forms

A variety of pre-designed safety forms you can customize and use in your office.

Broker Identification Form (DOC: 26 KB)
Broker Itinerary (DOC: 33 KB)
Office Safety Action Plan (DOC: 35 KB)
Prospect Identification Form (DOC: 31 KB)


AlertID is a public safety product provides safety information on an easy to use map, and through emergency alerts on mobile devices, email and online. It integrates with the Computer Automated Dispatch (CAD) systems of thousands of local law enforcement agencies to deliver local crime information; sex offender information; weather alerts come from the national weather service; and community and neighborhood information.

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Safety Tips


  • Anytime you're suspicious about a prospect
  • You feel uncomfortable about showing a house to a prospect
  • You feel suspicious about a person after you have shown a house
  • You have been assaulted in any way (ex: robbed, raped, or mugged)


Safeguard your office by keeping windows and counters clear. Robbers and attackers work in private and law enforcement will need to see inside. Play a television, or radio, in a room when you're alone in the office. Make sure all unused doors and windows are secure, especially if they're in the rear of the office or out of view and ear shot.


  • When you first enter a house, check all rooms and plan several "escape" routes.
  • Make sure any deadbolt locks are unlocked to facilitate a faster escape.
  • If escaping by back door, make sure backyard is easy to escape.  Frequently, high fences surround yards which contain swimming pools or hot tubs.
  • Place your business card, with date and time on back, in a kitchen cupboard. Note on your business card if you were the first to arrive or if clients were waiting.
  • When prospects begin to arrive, write down description of their vehicle.
  • When showing the house, walk behind the prospect always - direct them, do not lead them. Say, for example, "the bathroom is on your right," and gesture for them to go ahead of you.
  • Don't become preoccupied with viewing the home and watch what the prospects are doing at at all times.
  • Notify someone in your office, your answering service, or a friend or family member that you will check in every hour on the hour and if you don't call then they are to notify law enforcement immediately.
  • Inform a neighbor when you will be showing the house and ask to keep an ear open for anything unusual.
  • Have someone stay with you. (A friend, a relative, or someone from your office)

Upcoming Safety Course:

Making Selling Safer

Instructor: Amit Baruch

9/29 from 9:30-12:30

Registrations open 1 month prior to class date

Top 10 Real Estate Broker Safety Tips 

  1. Careful with personal information
  2. Verify customer information
  3. Enlist a coworker
  4. Announce your showings
  5. Scout locations early
  6. Keep phone in hand
  7. Keep customer in sight
  8. Pay attention to exits
  9. Take a self-defense class
  10. Trust your gut

React Mobile

React Mobile is a personal safety solution that turns your smartphone into a powerful lifeline via the React Mobile personal safety app. With this free app, you can let a wide network, including the local authorities, know where you are and that you need help. Their safety app features a “Follow-Me” function so you can let your trusted contacts know where you’re going and how for how long. The React Mobile smartphone app is available for free to download via any app store.

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