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Don’t Be A Target: 5 Easy Driver Safety Tips

Most of us think of our car as a private sanctuary, and tend to forget that just as we can look out, the public can look in. Because we consider ourselves in a safe little bubble, we often forget about commonsense car safety tips that every driver should follow. We’re often reminded to fasten our seat belts, warned against driving and texting, and to recruit a designated driver if we’re spending an evening where cocktails are served. But too often, we neglect to consider the common, every day driver safety tips that will make our time in the car more secure. The following car safety tips remind us that staying safe is often simply starting good habits.  

Inexpensive Home Security Gadgets and Devices

The Chicago Police Department recently held a 'Keeping it Real' burglary prevention session and invited four low-level criminals to speak to area residents about home security and preventing burglaries. Some of their advice may surprise you – not because it’s so hi-tech, but because it’s so simple. The number one deterrent to burglary identified by these former house burglars? A nosy neighbor!  

Threat Assessment and Risk Analysis Consulting

Threat Assessment and Risk Analysis are used by businesses, organizations, schools and communities to

  • evaluate the security of their people, operations and facilities
  • implement strategies and systems to keep people and property safe from harm
The best way to prevent harm to your people and operations is taking proactive steps to identify potential threats; and to establish policies and procedures that your team is trained to implement in the face of a threatening situation. Trained, prepared staff and tested, well-defined procedures can prevent an incident before it happens, minimize a safety or security episode, and manage a harmful event that occurs to protect the welfare and safety of your people.  

Campus Security: Sending Your Child Off To College

Across the US thousands of families are preparing to send a student off to their freshman year of college. Parents are overwhelmed with lists of preparations: in addition to class schedules and text books and laptops, students need sheets and pillows and towels; clocks, lamps and TVs; clothes, laundry supplies and toiletries; storage bins, umbrellas and backpacks.