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Posted: 12/15/2021
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Follow the golden rule — meet in a public place such as a shopping centre, popular café or restaurant, or at a social function (football or other sports) where there are many people nearby. Never choose to meet for the first time at a quiet spot or a house.
If the other person changes the meeting place at the last minute to somewhere you don’t know, cancel the date and try again another time. If they do it again then try someone else.
Always tell someone else — a friend or family member — who you are meeting and where.
If you make your own way there and home, don’t park somewhere that seems unsafe. Consider asking a friend to give you a lift and to pick you up for the first couple of dates — it may be safer.
Leave if it feels wrong.
Arrange with a friend to check in. Consider asking some friends to be nearby for the first date and ask them to call you at an agreed time to check that you are okay. That way, if you want to leave the date you can pretend the phone call is about a family member who is not well and therefore you must leave.
Google the person you are planning to meet before you meet them. This can act as a background check in the first instance, but also it can verify or disprove claims and statements made at the initial meeting, or it may confirm any suspicions you might have.

Posted: 12/16/2021
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