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Monthly Archives: December 2016

  • Security home tips for the holidays - KRQE News 13

    It’s such a common sight during this time of the year – a frosted window from which you can see a beautiful Christmas tree all lit up, with dozens of gifts underneath it. This sight is enough to make a potential burglar size up your house. With all those gifts in plain sight, how are they supposed to resist? That’s why you need to make sure that your tree and the gifts underneath it are not visible from outside. Remove temptation and you reduce the chances of becoming a burglary victim.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Signal 88, a security service for residential, commercial, retailers and institutional customers, gives tips on what to remember when leaving home.
    • Branch Manager, Jim Cusic references the 1990’s comedy film, Home Alone, as a learning tool on what not to do when leaving town.
    • Some ways homeowners can best prepare their homes is to lock all doors, windows and have a neighbor stop by.

    "Signal 88, a security service for residential, commercial, retailers and institutional customers, gives tips on what to remember when leaving home."

    http://krqe.com/2016/12/22/security-home-tips-for-the-holidays/

  • Does it Work: Kovenex Home Safety Blanket - Valley News Live

    A fire can be a horrible experience. Depending on the nature of the fire water may not do the job. The Kovenex Home Safety Blanket is a must have for any home. Keep it in your kitchen to smother any fire. It is recommended by fire departments. Keep your family safe.

    Does it Work: Kovenex Home Safety Blanket - Valley News Live

  • Home safety over the holidays - WXOW News 19 La Crosse, WI ... - WXOW.com

    New FBI data has shown an increase in home burglaries over the Christmas holiday in general. One tip that was given by the La Crosse police department is to not post online where you are going and how long you will be gone. It is also crucial to make sure that everything is locked up. With this in mind the police department urges people to call if they see anything suspicious in general.

    Home safety over the holidays - WXOW News 19 La Crosse, WI ... - WXOW.com

  • House of guards: Keep your home secure at any budget - Fox News

    The article shows people how to protect their home from burglary. There are several devices that can help prevent a burglary that are low in cost and will effectively guard your home. Even a neighborhood watch can protect your home. From smartphones, to cameras, booby-traps, and even large canines you can keep your home safe from intruders and protect yourself and your property.

    Key Takeaways:

    • According to a September report by SafeWise, a burglary occurs in the U.S. about every 18 seconds.
    • With the Manything App and $79 for a yearly contract of iCloud support, most iPhone or Android devices can quickly become a surveillance system.
    • One of the most forward-thinking products on the market, XANDEM, is best described as an invisible web of motion-detecting sensors.

    "From repurposed iPhones to 22-caliber tripwires and fierce, four-legged European friends, here are a six ways Americans are achieving peace of mind when it comes to home security."

    http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2016/12/22/house-guards-keep-your-home-secure-at-any-budget/

  • Attack of the Drones: Defending the Air Above Your Property, by RD, Prepper Law

    Fly no higher than 400 feet and remain below any surrounding obstacles when possible. Keep your sUAS in eyesight at all times, and use an observer to assist if needed. Do not intentionally fly over unprotected persons or moving vehicles, and remain at least 25 feet away from individuals and vulnerable property. Ensure the operating environment is safe and that the operator is competent and proficient in the operation of the sUAS. Do not conduct surveillance or photograph persons in areas where there is an expectation of privacy without the individual’s permission.

    Key Takeaways:

    • In legalese, you own as much of the air above the surface as you can reasonably use in connection with the surface.
    • Congress delegated to the FAA the authority to define “navigable airspace” however it wants.
    • As a result of increased drone use, it’s possible that “navigable airspace” could be lowered to the point of threatening the traditional airspace rights of property owners.

    "In short, your property is not just the dirt; it’s also the sky."

    https://survivalblog.com/attack-of-the-drones-defending-the-air-above-your-property-by-rd-prepper-law/

  • Police offer safety tips after increase in carjackings - Cleveland 19 News

    After a recent increase in carjacking the shaker heights police of northeast Ohio have been offering safety tips to residents. Some of these tips include always knowing your location, not being in a rush to get out of car if something happens, checking rear view mirrors, stay in car if something seems irregular, as well as a few others tips in general for safety.

    Police offer safety tips after increase in carjackings - Cleveland 19 News

  • “Lines Out The Door”: How Americans Respond When Liberal States Restrict Their Gun Rights

    Recently governor Jerry Brown of the golden state has signed a large slew of new laws that have been seen by many as unconstitutional in general. This slew of new laws in general will make it more difficult for the citizens of California to keep and bear arms, which is a constitutional right. In response to this many citizens are lining up to purchase firearms in the last legal time frame that they can do so.

    “Lines Out The Door”: How Americans Respond When Liberal States Restrict Their Gun Rights

  • Tazed & Confused

    According to several studies done by The National Center for Biotechnology Information, stun guns and Tasers are safe to use if they are used properly. There have been incidents where Tasers were used excessively costing the victims their life. In these cases, the problem is the way the individual used the Taser, not the product itself. Stun devices are classified as non-lethal because of a combination of high voltage and low current.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Forget martial arts. Get a Taser. While it might not have been the answer they were looking for, I believe it’s the truth.
    • Every time I give this answer, however, it follows with a variety of questions regarding use and legality.
    • Tasers, on the other hand, actually project two small metal hooks attached by extremely thin conductive wire to emit an electrical charge.

    "A Taser is not a stun gun. Stun guns are not actually guns, in that they do not emit projectiles. Rather, they simply create an electronic current between two small conductors located on the device."

    http://blog.thehomesecuritysuperstore.com/tazed-confused/

  • An open letter to men, who can help female runners feel safe - NEWS.com.au

    Did you know that 43% of female runners experience some sort of harassment when they go running? Men can ease a woman’s discomfort by following a few guidelines. Don’t run behind females at the same pace. Don’t lurk around trails not doing anything. A quick smile or wave as you pass can put a woman at ease. Help a woman if you see someone harassing her. Don’t cat call, leer, or comment on their appearance.

    Key Takeaways:

    • As a female runner, I am constantly aware of my safety when I’m out on an evening run. What is behind me? Do I hear anything strange? Why is that man running towards me? What is making those bushes rustle?
    • You may think that’s hyperbole, but I promise you, it’s not. Every woman I know has been in a situation at least once in their life when they thought their life was actually in danger.
    • A recent study conducted by Runner’s World found that a whopping 43 per cent of women sometimes experience harassment on the street when they run. That’s in contrast to the 4 per cent of men who experienced the same.

    "If you see a woman who could be being harassed, stop and ask if she needs help. At worst, you’re wrong and you feel a little sheepish. At best, you could stop something terrible from happening."

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/news-life/an-open-letter-to-men-who-can-help-female-runners-feel-safe/news-story/54d89f27edb66c90adc055ce79b071f8

  • Safety is key when talking about child safety seats, officials say - KAIT

    Although with winter comes the urge to resist going outdoors, you’ll have to brave the cold weather eventually. When you do so, you’ll want to ensure that your children are kept safe in your car. Did you know that 70-94% of people are misusing their child car seats? Make sure the harness isn’t too loose around your child, and have them remove their coats when they get inside so the car so you won’t have to readjust any straps.

    Key Takeaways:

    • As the weather gets colder, people are less likely to go outside. But when you do, officials are helping to remind people about ways to keep children safe especially in vehicles.
    • This week, officials said the misuse rate in a child safety seat is between 70 and 94%. The high number, officials said, can be attributed to buckling up a child the wrong way or the child not taking off a coat while inside the vehicle.
    • A child car seat harness can become too loose and the child can move around in the car seat, sliding back and forth, officials said this week. If the child is too loose in the car seat, they can move around especially during an accident.

    "This week, officials said the misuse rate in a child safety seat is between 70 and 94%."

    http://www.kait8.com/story/33918409/safety-is-key-when-talking-about-child-safety-seats-officials-say

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