Responding During an Active Shooter Incident

12 Active Shooter Survival Tips

Nobody wants to think that they, or anyone that they know, will ever be on the receiving end of an active shooter but it pays to be prepared. If you’re not prepared then you won’t be able to remain calm throughout the whole incident which is very important. The chances of this ever happening to you is thankfully very slim but if it does happen, you want to have a plan in mind. Read on…

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[Product Recommendation] Stalwart Metal Diversion Dictionary Book Safe

Help keep your valuable items safe at home or while you travel with the Diversion Book Safe by Stalwart. This book safe with lock key looks like a real book, and easily blends in with the other books on your shelf. Diversion Safe by Stalwart provides the perfect hiding place and allows for easy access to your valuables when you need them.

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Security Tips for Places of Worship

Churches and other places of worship are supposed to be safe places for everyone. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case and attacks and such places are on the rise. Security is often a difficult task due to high traffic volumes and an open door policy but there are steps that can be taken. A good security plan should combine effectiveness in preventing and containing threats, without changing the experience for the members. Attacks on places…

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December 21: Disasters in History

What is the Difference Between a Hazard and a Disaster?

While many people think that hazards and disasters are the same thing, there IS a difference. Hopefully this short post can help clear it up for you. A hazard may be natural or man-made and is a situation where there is a threat to life, the environment or property. They have the ‘potential’ to be dangerous and cause damage. A disaster is a step further and is a situation that ‘HAS’ caused loss of lives,…

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Avoid being attacked

Personal Safety While Walking or Jogging Alone

A predator is always looking for what they believe to be an easy target. If they are spotted, they will usually leave the “hard target” and go back to waiting for an easy one. They go through what is known as the victim selection process which is much like an animal predator would do when selecting prey. The process is very rarely a random one and the plan is usually thought out well in advance….

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