Are You Completely Safe in a Public Building?

July 21st, 2013 by admin

In an age where we live with the threat of terror hanging over our heads all of the time, it can be trying to ever feel completely safe anywhere; learn more about whether you are safe in public buildings and how to make yourself feel more secure right here.

In general, the public is safe in public buildings. Like everything else in life, choices matter in regard to how safe you are in any single place; if you choose wholesome, positive environments, you are far more likely to remain safe than you would in other places. Read the rest of this entry »

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What Every Family Needs to Know About National Security

May 26th, 2013 by admin

The Boston Marathon bombing shows that every family should be knowledgeable in the use of situational awareness.

That means people should be wary of anything that’s out of place in an area. For example, the Boston bombing involved placing large backpacks in areas where large groups of people gathered. People should be suspicious of large containers, backpacks and boxes lying unattended near groups of people. It’s also wise not to stand near large trash containers.

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Ways the Government Assures Your Safety in the Air

March 31st, 2013 by admin

While the statistics show that flying remains the safest way to travel, balancing the need to ensure passenger safety with convenience is an important issue. New measures and mandated security policies that passengers have not been pleased with may be resulting in safer skies, but at costs that some travelers may not be willing to pay. Assessing this issue and ensuring that all solutions found and implemented can be as effective as possible may result in greater airline safety as well as a Read the rest of this entry »

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Home Defense Alternatives to the Gun

January 28th, 2013 by

With all the violence happening in our schools and everything the government has been doing, you might find yourself in a tough position when it comes to bringing a gun into the home. Lots of gun owners who qualify, swear by their firearms in helping to protect their homes.

Maybe you have never handled one before. Or maybe you’ve got a family full of little ones and you just aren’t sure if you want to risk an accident involving your firearm.

It’s all right.

You can still protect your home and loved ones because there are plenty of alternatives to purchasing a firearm.

For instance, a dog would do wonders not just for the safety of your home but the overall quality of living – kids love dogs. Dogs have proven themselves in the past with their keen hearing and sense of smell – able to notify you when someone approaches the door.

A home with a dog is also less likely to be broken into because, let’s face it, burglars want your things but they don’t necessarily want trouble.

Another home defense option is just simply purchasing a home security system. There are plenty of providers out there these days. I actually have one in my own home. You have lots of options so if a gun doesn’t seem like the right call, don’t make it.

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How to Take Charge of Your Family’s Personal Security

October 30th, 2012 by

As parents, we constantly wonder if we are doing enough or doing too much to protect our families. At times it feels like the line between not enough protection and too much protection is razor thin, but in many ways it is not. There are very simple ways to practically increase your family’s security and readiness without going overboard on costs or nerves.

For any danger your family may face, the most important step you can take is openly acknowledging the risk for what it is. Do the homework to separate the fear from the risk. People “fear” Read the rest of this entry »

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How the Government Gambles With Your Family’s Security

October 28th, 2012 by admin

Many people feel thankful for the government and all that they do in order to keep us safe and away from harm’s way. They believe that without the governments assistance that we would be in a world that is not safe and one that is filled with even more crime than it is now. Some people, though, do not feel as if the government contributes to a safer world. They believe that the government actually Read the rest of this entry »

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Can Children Traveling Alone Really Trust the TSA?

October 26th, 2012 by

The TSA has been under a great deal of scrutiny lately. Many of those who have traveled have complained about the type of security measures that the TSA is taking. They feel as if the TSA is being excessive in the nature that they are searching with. They do not understand why the TSA targets some individuals while not targeting others. There even have been claims of TSA workers inappropriately touching those who are being searched. This has caused a great deal of uproar, especially from those who frequently travel. Read the rest of this entry »

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How Safe Are You and Your Family From Terrorists?

October 24th, 2012 by admin

Today, crime and terrorism are on the rise. You want to be able to protect yourself and your family from any harm at all times. You want to be able to trust that the government is doing everything they can to keep you and your family safe from any terrorist activity. Over the years the government has implement many programs to keep our country safe.

Since the terrorist attacks in 2001, people are always worried about if it will happen again, and if it does, how do they not become a causality.Never heard of this before? Read the rest of this entry »

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The Family Guide to Emergency Preparation

October 21st, 2012 by admin

Emergency preparedness is not just a job for the government. In a true emergency, government assistance may take days to reach your home. It is important for your family to be prepared to survive for at least a week during an emergency such as an earthquake, tornado or flood that knocks out electricity and water services to your home.

Every family should have some essential items in their home. A week’s supply of water, nonperishable food, warm blankets, first aid supplies, flashlights Read the rest of this entry »

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