Store guns in a locked location, unloaded, out of the reach and sight of children.
Store ammunition in a separate locked location, out of the reach and sight of children.
Keep the keys and combinations hidden.
When a gun is not in its lock box, keep it in your line of sight.
Make sure all guns are equipped with effective, child-resistant gun locks.
If a visitor has a gun in a backpack, briefcase, handbag or an unlocked car, provide them with a locked place to hold it while they are in your home.
Leaving guns on a nightstand, table or other place where a child can gain access may lead to injuries and fatalities.
Explain how a gun your kids might see on television or a video game is different from a gun in real life. "A gun, in real life, can really hurt people.
Teach kids never to touch a gun and to immediately tell an adult if they see one.
Talk to grandparents and the parents of friends your children visit about safe gun storage practices.
In Case of an Emergency, Please call 911. Office hours are Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm.
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