Considering how important door security is in a lockdown situation, I want to share with you a few simple things you can do to protect entryways and stop criminals from coming into your home, business or classroom.
This week’s batch of reader mail addresses several threats that are currently top of mind in our country, from mass shootings to panicked crowds. In addition, you’ll discover several potent plants that provide home security, how to get your tactical pen through TSA and the best way to get all my lifesaving advice.
Previously, we ran this article in three parts, but after the horrific events in Las Vegas on Sunday night, I want to make sure each and every one of you has access to this information in one place so you’ll be as prepared as you can be for next time. Because there will be a next time.
Ten minutes and 30 seconds. That’s the national average time it takes a police officer to show up at the scene after a high-priority 911 call is received. This is why it is your response time and what you do in an active shooter scenario that really count.
We have seen this scenario before: where disgruntled employees target their former co-workers. So today, I want to cover some workplace safety tips that will help protect you and your coworkers in the event of such a tragedy.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is one of the busiest airports in the world — it basically operates as its own city. Let’s take a look at how this airport gathers intelligence to keep its millions of travelers safe.
Lately, I’ve received quite a few questions about duct tape escapes. Find out the easiest way to shed those bonds, along with a special offer to learn even more escape techniques in this week’s mailbag.