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Monthly Archives: January 2017

  • 21 Survival Uses For Paracord

    Paracord used to be used as the suspension lines for parachutes. After landing on the ground soldiers would cut the cord from their chutes because they found a multitude of uses for the light weight, durable cordage. Today, paracord has become incredibly popular not only with the military but with the civilian sector as well.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Today, paracord - originally used as the suspension lines for parachutes - is incredibly popular not only with the military but with the civilian sector as well.
    • Today's paracord fairly elastic, mold-resistant, and available in multiple colors.
    • Read on to learn about 21 ways you can use paracord for survival in difficult situations.

    "The uses for this cord are only limited by your imagination. Generally paracord is sold in either one hundred foot hanks, or one thousand foot spools."

    http://survivalcache.com/21-survival-uses-for-paracord/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+SurvivalCache+%28Survival+Cache%29

  • The DIY Security Opportunity - SecurityInfoWatch

    The home security market has had a long and storied history. Its inception can be traced back to the conclusion of the First World War when crime spiked, causing American homeowners to seek ways to protect themselves and their property. The demand led to the development and innovation of alarm systems and home security products that fared well for many decades. As this market entered the 21st Century, however, legacy systems began to show their age.

    The DIY Security Opportunity - SecurityInfoWatch

  • Ga. College Security Initiative Protects Campus, City - Campus Safety - Campus Safety Magazine

    The school’s campus includes residence halls and buildings spread across Savannah’s downtown and midtown areas. The community policing program involves officers conducting nighttime patrols of the city in marked cars, looking out for suspicious behavior or people in need, whether those people are students or not. The program includes a student escort service, which will allow students to request rides from SCAD buildings back to their homes in different areas of the city. A partnership with ride-sharing service Uber allows the department to order students a ride if they’re own officers would take more than 30 minutes.

    Ga. College Security Initiative Protects Campus, City - Campus Safety - Campus Safety Magazine

  • Staying safe at college: How one student's organization encourages discussion about self-defense - The State Press

    For many first-time students at ASU, concerns exist about personal safety, leading some to ponder what types of self-defense actions are appropriate on campus. Criminology and criminal justice freshman Alma Acuña said it is not the student's responsibility to protect themselves but rather the security and ASU Police's job in patrolling our campuses.

    Key Takeaways:

    • For many first-time students at ASU, concerns exist about personal safety, leading some to ponder what types of self-defense actions are appropriate on campus.
    • Students for Self-Defense, or S4SD, seeks to bring defensive awareness to ASU. Last semester, S4SD advocated on campus for House Bill 2072, a later-rejected bill which pushed for concealed-carry privileges on campus.
    • Garret Walliman, former adviser for S4SD and the club's community ambassador on Jan. 12, set up a student poll at ASU's Tempe campus which asked students how they would defend themselves on campus.

    "Walliman said that another feature that S4SD will be showcasing at their meetings is a former marine will come in to teach students the martial arts to advocate safety in any given situation."

    http://www.statepress.com/article/2017/01/spcampus-life-asu-s4sd

  • Safe And Sound | Travel Safety Tips You Shouldn’t Ignore

    Before you embark on your much-awaited journey, you have to photocopy or scan your passport and other travel documents and e-mail it to yourself or take a photo of it and save it on your cell phone. That way, in the event that you need to use it but you forgot it in your hotel room, you still have the access to all your details. And if it got stolen, getting a replacement would be much easier. That’s one of the safe travelling tips you can take to the bank!

    Key Takeaways:

    • It is important to keep safety tips and tricks in mind when you travel to keep you and your family safe.
    • Always scan a copy of your passport and other travel documents just in case something happens to the originals.
    • Never tempt potential thieves by flaunting your cash or valuables. Be smart!

    "Travel insurance can give you peace of mind and save you big bucks in the long run."

    https://survivallife.com/travel-safety-tips/

  • Prosecutor threatens community college over campus security - Lebanon Daily Record

    Hummel, Porter and the school have communicated through correspondence and at least one phone conversation. The three parties are set to meet Tuesday to work toward a memorandum of understanding that outlines authority and responsibility for policing crimes committed on COCC property. Despite their work to come to an agreement, school officials continue to deny any wrongdoing.

    Prosecutor threatens community college over campus security - Lebanon Daily Record

  • DIY home security that's easy to install and low cost - WXYZ

    Heather Cotallo at WXYZ Detroit takes a look at a number of different do it yourself, or as its more commonly referred to - DIY - projects that are not only easy for the average homeowner trying to make small improvements, but also affordable as we are all looking at that bottom line trying to make the best decision for our homes.

    DIY home security that's easy to install and low cost - WXYZ

  • Guest Column: Here are some tips toavoid identity theft - The-News-Leader

    Identity theft is a serious issue. Scammers will go to extreme lengths to get your personal information. There are several things that you can do to avoid getting your identity stolen. The first is to be skeptical of everything. This is especially true of anything that unsolicited such as e-mails. If something is real. then it is something that you have asked for before. You should also regularly review your bank account. This helps you make sure that nothing is going on that you have not authorized. Finally, remember that if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Many times we make New Year's resolutions focusing on our health and family, but does that include keeping yourself and your identity safe?
    • Scammers will do just about anything to grab hold of your money or personal information.
    • Be skeptical of everything, especially unsolicited emails, even if they are from a friend.

    "If you get an email from what appears to be a legitimate company or bank, call your own bank to see if it's legit."

    http://www.the-news-leader.com/opinion/2017/01/25/here-are-some-tips-toavoid-identity-theft

  • HOME SECURITY: Ozark Police offer free home security evaluations - KY3

    Is your home or business safe from break-ins and vandalism? To find out just give the Ozark, MO police department a call and they'll come out and perform a free environmental assessment. They will focus on lighting, natural "hiding" spots such as bushes, and other weaknesses that could encourage a criminal to target your property. Remember, the best time to call the police is before you really need them.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Homes are a sanctuary that most people think are secure from outside threats.
    • Yet, when it comes to home security, you must be vigilant and "think like a criminal."
    • Read on to learn about how the Ozark Police Department is giving free, personal advice to help homeowners stay safe.

    "Schwartz also suggests locking gates and sheds, and adding outdoor decorations because it shows the homeowner cares for the property and that likely includes securing it."

    http://www.ky3.com/content/news/Ozark-Police-offer-free-home-security-evaluations-411719095.html

  • College Athlete Allegedly Stalked Teen Cheerleader Before Fatal Shooting

    Death is horrid no matter the circumstances. A former college football player stalked a high school cheerleader for weeks before fatally shooting her as she slept inside her east Tennessee home, newly filed charges claim. Gaul has been behind bars since November when 16-year-old Emma Walker was found fatally wounded in her Knoxville home.

    College Athlete Allegedly Stalked Teen Cheerleader Before Fatal Shooting

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