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  • Mandalay Bay Hotel Tragedy - Las VegasPrevent a Tragedy
    What do tragedies like Columbine, Mandalay Bay, Parkland, Walmart, Fort Hood, Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech, all have in common? They could have been prevented! AND every victim though “it won’t happen to me!” From bullying, to mass murders, personal safety skills can make all the difference in how you identify and react to a threatening situation. By taking our family-friendly course, both you and your loved ones can receive the skills you need to be safer and more secure. Guns, guards, cameras, and fences will make us feel SAFE, BUT it is your instincts and heightened situational awareness skills that will likely save your life or that of a loved one. [Read_More]
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  • Leigh joined dating apps hoping to find her true love. But instead of Mr. Right, she discovers she'd been catfished.Catfish For Dinner
    Leigh had been waiting for Mr. Right for what seemed like her entire life. Sure, she had gotten close in the past – she had her high school sweetheart, Sean, and a few serious relationships in college, but she hadn’t met “the one” yet and decided to change things up. Her friends had tried all of the different dating apps and gone out with a few guys, and while their expectations varied date to date, they seemed to be having a good time doing it and the guys they would meet were typically genuinely nice. “Why not?” Leigh asked herself. She had gone the traditional route in the past but no one was fully compatible with her – maybe a “pre-screening” of their dating profile prior to meeting them would yield better results, so she downloaded a few dating apps to try them out. [Read_More]
  • Stressed Teenage Boy Being Cyber Bullied Online Whilst Gaming At HomeIs Your Child Being Cyber Bullied? These Behaviors May Indicate “Yes”
    Many adults can remember a time when they were picked on growing up. Whether they were made fun of for the clothes they wore, the games they liked, or the way they spoke, almost everyone has an example from their youth of being teased in some way or another. Though it didn’t feel like it at the time, these are all examples of bullying, and if left unchecked, it can get worse and worse. But just as technology has advanced, so too has bullying. With the rise of sites like Facebook, Instagram, and SnapChat, young kids are facing bullies and harassers even when they are home. According to DoSomething.org, an organization that encourages youth to involve themselves in social change, roughly 37% of children aged 12 to 17 have suffered some sort of bullying online. This stat is made worse with that fact that young people who are the targets of cyberbullying are more likely to commit self-harm and contemplate suicide than those who are not. [Read_More]
  • A woman is pinned against a wall by a man and is visibly uncomfortable in the situation.How Men Can Help In The Fight Against Street Harassment
    A survey conducted in 2014 on the topic of street harassment discovered that 65% of women in the United States have been victimized by street harassment in some way. Of those, upwards of 23% had been sexually assaulted or been physically threatened in some manner. A similar study found that 90% of women in Britain had experienced street harassment before the age of 17.  What is Street Harassment? What constitutes street harassment? Most street harassment is verbal, coming in the form of lewd or other unwelcome comments, whistling or kissing noises, or claims that someone doesn’t belong in a public space. Sometimes, though, street harassment escalates to the physical, with blocking someone’s path, making vulgar gestures, and grabbing or groping.  [Read_More]
  • Hackers have been trying to steal our personal information since the dawn of the internet, requiring people to be more aware of their activities online.Internet Safety Through the Years
    Safety was the last thing on most people's minds before the dangers of the cyber world emerged. During the days of dial-up, online chat rooms equaled significant anonymity. Chat rooms made catfishing the most common internet scam. Most scams were new to people, and shows like "To Catch a Predator" and "Catfish" had exposed internet predators' minds and typical actions. People have learned through the exploration of social media that people can pretend to be whoever they want. A celebrity, a friend, a family member, or a potential mate. Since then, the games haven't changed, but the players are smarter. Predators must be more creative and funnel through victims, mostly older people, children, and young adults. The things we do on social media and the internet often blend into our physical realities. It is imperative to take internet safety seriously and teach children the importance of privacy and ways to protect themselves from scammers and predators that lurk on every digital platform imaginable. [Read_More]
  • A woman sits on her sofa in the dark crying after an uncomfortable encounter with a man.Reframing the Discussion on Sexual Assault
    When most people hear the phrase “sexual assault,” they think of a woman being attacked in dark alley by a stranger in a ski mask. Or it might bring to mind a subway groper or a wild-haired man on a bus who presses himself against a woman. The reality, though, is much different. Most sexual assaults or rapes are committed by someone known to the victim. According to RAINN, the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, roughly 80% of all sexual assault victims are attacked by an acquaintance. That could be someone they know in passing, someone they’d consider a friend, or someone that would be labeled an intimate partner. The numbers on acquaintance rape varies, and some organizations list a lower percentage of victims. For example, the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) states that roughly 70% of rape victims know their attacker, while New Hope, a nonprofit organization in Massachusetts that serves victims of sexual assault and domestic abuse, show that acquaintance rape makes up roughly two-thirds of sexual assault. [Read_More]
  • A man and a woman sit across from each other in a coffee shop enjoying a first date.First Date Danger
    Dating apps were fun and exciting for Cara. She was newly single and only wanted attention and someone to hang out with when her friends were busy. She took time to scroll through all of the eligible bachelors in the area. Cara matched with a man who was slightly older than her but not too old. Mike Jameson was thirty-three, enjoyed hiking, and loved to visit rooftop bars on the weekends. Mike looked warm, friendly, and interesting. After a week of surface questions and light jokes, Mike asked Cara to meet him at a coffee shop twenty minutes from her. Cara agreed and was excited to see if he was just as funny and charming in person as he was over the app. This wasn't the first time Cara met someone offline, so she wasn't too concerned with safety since they were meeting in a busy space during the day.  Cara and Mike continued their conversations through text which made her feel even more comfortable. Mike mentioned that he also contributed to a local park by creating a graffiti piece. [Read_More]
  • A man browses his laptop while sitting on the edge of a body of water.The Scammer Abroad
    Just as technology evolves, so too do scammers and their tricks. Sometimes, something as simple as an email from a loved one can be a nefarious ruse to part you from your hard-earned money. Many people can easily fall victim to online scams, such as our fictitious example, whom we’ll call Margaret. The most important thing in Margaret’s life was her family. She was a single mother, and often worked two jobs to raise her son and daughter. She struggled throughout their young lives when money was a necessity to keep them occupied. When the children were born, Margaret had no idea enriching the lives of young ones could be so expensive, but as they grew up, she learned a hard lesson: that everything in life came with a price tag. [Read_More]
  • A woman sitting on a beach as people sunbathe and have fun around her.10 Tips to Keep You Safe While Travelling
    Vacationing is exciting. Visiting different places and seeing exotic locales is a thrill that many people save for years to be able to experience. However, in any new place you visit, there are always dangers lurking around every corner. Being able to spot those dangers and avoid them is the best way to ensure your vacation is a fun and fulfilling one. Here are ten tips to keep you safe on your next getaway. There’s probably an area of your hometown that you avoid because it’s “not the safest neighborhood.” Most cities have areas like this. They’re run down, rampant with crime, and nowhere for a vacationer to be visiting. Before you board that plane, research the city or country you’re going to so that you can know where not to visit while away. [Read_More]
  • Man is jacking up broken car, wheel replacement. Tire replacement conceptThe Wrong Side of the Tracks
    So much about personal safety revolves around being aware of your environment and knowing what is happening around you. But how do you keep yourself safe when you stumble into a situation outside of your control? Take, for example, Richard. Though Richard is fictional, he finds himself in a situation that causes worry for thousands of people around the world. [Read_More]
  • Teen girl holding a smartphone in her hand and looking agressiveMolly Meets a Stranger
    Social media is a wonderful tool that allows people to find strangers with similar interests and make connections. However, just like every other tool, there are plenty of people looking to exploit those they meet online for nefarious reasons. Molly woke up on the morning of her 13th birthday feeling enthused and excited. She kicked off the blankets and ran downstairs into the kitchen where she found her mother and father waiting for her. “Surprise!” they shouted, and Molly’s mother handed her a small box wrapped in multicolored, balloon-covered paper. Molly tore into the paper with gusto, her eyes going wide at the sight of the latest smartphone. [Read_More]
  • 30 School Shootings including Oxford, Michigan in 2021.
    Oxford Township, Michigan, is home to the Wildcats and the most recent school shooting, which resulted in the deaths of four students and injured six more, including a teacher. Students were forced to evacuate the school on November 30th. In the video below, students recorded themselves hiding in a classroom while communicating with someone outside the door who was pretending to be the police but was actually 15 year old Ethan Crumbly, the student responsible for what is now the 30th school shooting of 2021. 17-year-old Madisyn Baldwin, 14-year-old Hana St. Juliana, 16-year-old Tate Myre, and 17-year-old Justin Shilling succumbed to their injuries after the shooting. [Read_More]
  • Portrait of a girl in winter at nightDanger on the Quad
    Stephanie is a coed at a state school. Because of her workload, she’s had to schedule one of her classes at night. One night just as class was letting out, she stopped to speak with her professor about an upcoming assignment. All the other students shuffle out of the room, leaving just Stephanie and the professor alone. A few minutes later, Stephanie, having gotten her answers, leaves the building. With winter approaching, the campus is pitch dark, with only the lamps lining the paved walks to light the ways. Stephanie zips her coat up a little higher as she makes her way to the parking lot on the other side of campus. This late at night, the campus is practically deserted, all of the other students already long gone. [Read_More]
  • Porter at Miami Hotel Checks on Unexpected GuestsTerror on Miami Beach
    Sometimes being armed with the skills and knowledge to protect yourself is not enough. Being able to utilize those skills and bring information to an authority who can address a potential situation is just as vital. The Sundance Hotel is one of the finest establishments in the Miami area. Though it is not situated on the shoreline itself, it has a stunning view of the beach and overlooks the crystal blue waters of the ocean. It’s been known as a hotspot for some of the hottest names in Hollywood and the music industry, and often sponsors music festivals right on the beach. [Read_More]
  • Woman putting hand to her earFriday Night Fights
    Overhearing The Neighbors Fight? As individuals, we are encouraged to mind our own business and not get involved with other people’s drama, but when it comes to witnessing violence when do we decide to get involved and help those who can’t help themselves? This fictional story is meant to display exactly how domestic violence affects bystanders. Approximately One In Four Women Experience Domestic Violence From An Intimate Partner. Megan lived alone in a two-bedroom apartment that she had rented for the past two years. The couple across the hall was usually friendly, but she often overheard them arguing at times. [Read_More]
  • Stressed and furious driver in his carDangerous Roads Ahead
    Situational awareness will help you recognize danger. Recognizing what’s happening around you is the best way to ensure your Situational Awareness. However, there are some situations where your attention needs to be placed in a specific location, such as driving to work. So how can you be aware of danger when you can’t get a full view of your environment? Route 523 is a two-hundred-mile stretch of open highway that cuts through the center of the state, and it’s the most direct road for Samuel Ackerman to get to the office. Usually the traffic in the morning is stop and go. [Read_More]
  • Max the dog smiles at his owner after a close call with disaster.Max’s Big Day Out
    Modern life has its luxuries, but danger can be lurking just beyond our everyday liberty and comfort. Sometimes being at the wrong place at the wrong time can lead to a potential disaster. George Dyson’s day off started well enough. He exited his apartment, taking his gray white pitbull mix, Max, for a walk. Max’s face was sweet and lovable, a puppyish body language played over the marvelous creature as it wagged its but excitedly. There was nothing Max liked better than a brisk walk with his owner. The sites and smells enticed him to wander and explore, but George handled the leash well enough and was able to keep him from getting into mischief. [Read_More]
  • Hand counting coins stack on wooden table, Cons stack saving money or investment conceptThere’s One Born Every Minute
    Time doesn’t stand still for anyone, and change can make life a prospective field of hazards for the unwary. One should take time from daydreaming of the past in order to be mindful in the present. Old Martha Franklin had worked hard her entire life, and with the death of her dear husband some twenty years back she clung to independence as twilight descended. Martha worked for forty years at the local cigar factory, rolling cigars and chatting with the nice ladies she worked with, the decades had flowed by like water. With her children gone on to have children of their own, she fondly recalled a wheel of seasons, holidays, celebrations, and dreams all neat and orderly, everyone of them a snow globe of tenderness she kept turning over in her heart of hearts. [Read_More]
  • Background image of cash drawer containing $75 in bills and change.Something Shifty
    A free market offers the consumer a variety of purchases, but with every legal transaction there are criminal minds seeking to take advantage of money changing hands. Julia Becker was popular ever since she could remember, being an active student in high school and college, as well as a key member of her real estate team where she made a good commission. After a hard week’s work, she loved to get together with her besties, normally going bowling, clubbing, or out to an EDM show when someone ill was spinning. DJ Cashola cut some awesome tracks, and they had no cover for ladies at the spot she frequented. Sometimes Julia just wanted to chill at home and relax, but that didn't mean that she couldn't hang with the gang anyway. [Read_More]
  • Grandfather teaches grandson strength and humilityGrandpa’s Echoing Wisdom
    Everyone has a favorite thing they like to do, and some of us take every opportunity to go out seeking it. During a critical moment of such personal revelry people can sometimes forget to be mindful of their surroundings. Nick Butkus loves music and could play guitar proficiently, always jamming with friends or alone when the day was winding down. He had been in half a dozen bands during high school and college, always dreaming that one day he would cut a demo and make it big. The fantasy of being signed and going on tour drove him to excellence, and even when the whole thing never panned out he still kept dreaming. [Read_More]
  • Woman Jogging Outdoors Stay Aware Of Your Surroundings. Situational Awareness. Behavior Analysis.Who’s Watching Nancy?
    Having a routine is important for a smooth and functional life but sometimes it can be detrimental to our safety when we fail to pay attention to those who are paying attention to us. A situation that occurs to almost every woman is one similar to our fictional character of Nancy. Nancy loves to jog at a state park every morning before work. She enjoys running at this particular park because it’s clean and there aren’t many people there in the mornings. She feels safe and although she is a cautious person she doesn’t worry about the blue truck she sees almost every morning around the same time, assuming it’s a park worker or maintenance truck. [Read_More]
  • Noticing unattended luggage on a subwayA-Train Mayhem
    Danger can arise in many forms, and sometimes in seemingly innocuous ways. An unattended bag can be the result of someone’s forgetfulness on a train, or it could be something more sinister. Take, for example, the situation of Curtis Hortenski. Curtis arrived on the subway platform of the A-train around 7:08 that morning. He always arrived at the same time, every morning, Monday through Friday to catch the train to the office. He checked his watch. The 7:10 would be along shortly. The whistle blew through the station, and the silver bullet whooshed past him. The train stopped, the doors opened, and Curtis joined the throngs of commuters piling into the car. [Read_More]
  • Mandalay Bay Hotel Tragedy - Las VegasPrevent a Tragedy
    What do tragedies like Columbine, Mandalay Bay, Parkland, Walmart, Fort Hood, Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech, all have in common? They could have been prevented! AND every victim though “it won’t happen to me!” From bullying, to mass murders, personal safety skills can make all the difference in how you identify and react to a threatening situation. By taking our family-friendly course, both you and your loved ones can receive the skills you need to be safer and more secure. Guns, guards, cameras, and fences will make us feel SAFE, BUT it is your instincts and heightened situational awareness skills that will likely save your life or that of a loved one. [Read_More]
  • Leigh joined dating apps hoping to find her true love. But instead of Mr. Right, she discovers she'd been catfished.Catfish For Dinner
    Leigh had been waiting for Mr. Right for what seemed like her entire life. Sure, she had gotten close in the past – she had her high school sweetheart, Sean, and a few serious relationships in college, but she hadn’t met “the one” yet and decided to change things up. Her friends had tried all of the different dating apps and gone out with a few guys, and while their expectations varied date to date, they seemed to be having a good time doing it and the guys they would meet were typically genuinely nice. “Why not?” Leigh asked herself. She had gone the traditional route in the past but no one was fully compatible with her – maybe a “pre-screening” of their dating profile prior to meeting them would yield better results, so she downloaded a few dating apps to try them out. [Read_More]
  • Stressed Teenage Boy Being Cyber Bullied Online Whilst Gaming At HomeIs Your Child Being Cyber Bullied? These Behaviors May Indicate “Yes”
    Many adults can remember a time when they were picked on growing up. Whether they were made fun of for the clothes they wore, the games they liked, or the way they spoke, almost everyone has an example from their youth of being teased in some way or another. Though it didn’t feel like it at the time, these are all examples of bullying, and if left unchecked, it can get worse and worse. But just as technology has advanced, so too has bullying. With the rise of sites like Facebook, Instagram, and SnapChat, young kids are facing bullies and harassers even when they are home. According to DoSomething.org, an organization that encourages youth to involve themselves in social change, roughly 37% of children aged 12 to 17 have suffered some sort of bullying online. This stat is made worse with that fact that young people who are the targets of cyberbullying are more likely to commit self-harm and contemplate suicide than those who are not. [Read_More]
  • A woman is pinned against a wall by a man and is visibly uncomfortable in the situation.How Men Can Help In The Fight Against Street Harassment
    A survey conducted in 2014 on the topic of street harassment discovered that 65% of women in the United States have been victimized by street harassment in some way. Of those, upwards of 23% had been sexually assaulted or been physically threatened in some manner. A similar study found that 90% of women in Britain had experienced street harassment before the age of 17.  What is Street Harassment? What constitutes street harassment? Most street harassment is verbal, coming in the form of lewd or other unwelcome comments, whistling or kissing noises, or claims that someone doesn’t belong in a public space. Sometimes, though, street harassment escalates to the physical, with blocking someone’s path, making vulgar gestures, and grabbing or groping.  [Read_More]
  • Hackers have been trying to steal our personal information since the dawn of the internet, requiring people to be more aware of their activities online.Internet Safety Through the Years
    Safety was the last thing on most people's minds before the dangers of the cyber world emerged. During the days of dial-up, online chat rooms equaled significant anonymity. Chat rooms made catfishing the most common internet scam. Most scams were new to people, and shows like "To Catch a Predator" and "Catfish" had exposed internet predators' minds and typical actions. People have learned through the exploration of social media that people can pretend to be whoever they want. A celebrity, a friend, a family member, or a potential mate. Since then, the games haven't changed, but the players are smarter. Predators must be more creative and funnel through victims, mostly older people, children, and young adults. The things we do on social media and the internet often blend into our physical realities. It is imperative to take internet safety seriously and teach children the importance of privacy and ways to protect themselves from scammers and predators that lurk on every digital platform imaginable. [Read_More]
  • A woman sits on her sofa in the dark crying after an uncomfortable encounter with a man.Reframing the Discussion on Sexual Assault
    When most people hear the phrase “sexual assault,” they think of a woman being attacked in dark alley by a stranger in a ski mask. Or it might bring to mind a subway groper or a wild-haired man on a bus who presses himself against a woman. The reality, though, is much different. Most sexual assaults or rapes are committed by someone known to the victim. According to RAINN, the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, roughly 80% of all sexual assault victims are attacked by an acquaintance. That could be someone they know in passing, someone they’d consider a friend, or someone that would be labeled an intimate partner. The numbers on acquaintance rape varies, and some organizations list a lower percentage of victims. For example, the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) states that roughly 70% of rape victims know their attacker, while New Hope, a nonprofit organization in Massachusetts that serves victims of sexual assault and domestic abuse, show that acquaintance rape makes up roughly two-thirds of sexual assault. [Read_More]
  • A man and a woman sit across from each other in a coffee shop enjoying a first date.First Date Danger
    Dating apps were fun and exciting for Cara. She was newly single and only wanted attention and someone to hang out with when her friends were busy. She took time to scroll through all of the eligible bachelors in the area. Cara matched with a man who was slightly older than her but not too old. Mike Jameson was thirty-three, enjoyed hiking, and loved to visit rooftop bars on the weekends. Mike looked warm, friendly, and interesting. After a week of surface questions and light jokes, Mike asked Cara to meet him at a coffee shop twenty minutes from her. Cara agreed and was excited to see if he was just as funny and charming in person as he was over the app. This wasn't the first time Cara met someone offline, so she wasn't too concerned with safety since they were meeting in a busy space during the day.  Cara and Mike continued their conversations through text which made her feel even more comfortable. Mike mentioned that he also contributed to a local park by creating a graffiti piece. [Read_More]
  • A man browses his laptop while sitting on the edge of a body of water.The Scammer Abroad
    Just as technology evolves, so too do scammers and their tricks. Sometimes, something as simple as an email from a loved one can be a nefarious ruse to part you from your hard-earned money. Many people can easily fall victim to online scams, such as our fictitious example, whom we’ll call Margaret. The most important thing in Margaret’s life was her family. She was a single mother, and often worked two jobs to raise her son and daughter. She struggled throughout their young lives when money was a necessity to keep them occupied. When the children were born, Margaret had no idea enriching the lives of young ones could be so expensive, but as they grew up, she learned a hard lesson: that everything in life came with a price tag. [Read_More]
  • A woman sitting on a beach as people sunbathe and have fun around her.10 Tips to Keep You Safe While Travelling
    Vacationing is exciting. Visiting different places and seeing exotic locales is a thrill that many people save for years to be able to experience. However, in any new place you visit, there are always dangers lurking around every corner. Being able to spot those dangers and avoid them is the best way to ensure your vacation is a fun and fulfilling one. Here are ten tips to keep you safe on your next getaway. There’s probably an area of your hometown that you avoid because it’s “not the safest neighborhood.” Most cities have areas like this. They’re run down, rampant with crime, and nowhere for a vacationer to be visiting. Before you board that plane, research the city or country you’re going to so that you can know where not to visit while away. [Read_More]
  • Man is jacking up broken car, wheel replacement. Tire replacement conceptThe Wrong Side of the Tracks
    So much about personal safety revolves around being aware of your environment and knowing what is happening around you. But how do you keep yourself safe when you stumble into a situation outside of your control? Take, for example, Richard. Though Richard is fictional, he finds himself in a situation that causes worry for thousands of people around the world. [Read_More]
  • Teen girl holding a smartphone in her hand and looking agressiveMolly Meets a Stranger
    Social media is a wonderful tool that allows people to find strangers with similar interests and make connections. However, just like every other tool, there are plenty of people looking to exploit those they meet online for nefarious reasons. Molly woke up on the morning of her 13th birthday feeling enthused and excited. She kicked off the blankets and ran downstairs into the kitchen where she found her mother and father waiting for her. “Surprise!” they shouted, and Molly’s mother handed her a small box wrapped in multicolored, balloon-covered paper. Molly tore into the paper with gusto, her eyes going wide at the sight of the latest smartphone. [Read_More]
  • 30 School Shootings including Oxford, Michigan in 2021.
    Oxford Township, Michigan, is home to the Wildcats and the most recent school shooting, which resulted in the deaths of four students and injured six more, including a teacher. Students were forced to evacuate the school on November 30th. In the video below, students recorded themselves hiding in a classroom while communicating with someone outside the door who was pretending to be the police but was actually 15 year old Ethan Crumbly, the student responsible for what is now the 30th school shooting of 2021. 17-year-old Madisyn Baldwin, 14-year-old Hana St. Juliana, 16-year-old Tate Myre, and 17-year-old Justin Shilling succumbed to their injuries after the shooting. [Read_More]
  • Portrait of a girl in winter at nightDanger on the Quad
    Stephanie is a coed at a state school. Because of her workload, she’s had to schedule one of her classes at night. One night just as class was letting out, she stopped to speak with her professor about an upcoming assignment. All the other students shuffle out of the room, leaving just Stephanie and the professor alone. A few minutes later, Stephanie, having gotten her answers, leaves the building. With winter approaching, the campus is pitch dark, with only the lamps lining the paved walks to light the ways. Stephanie zips her coat up a little higher as she makes her way to the parking lot on the other side of campus. This late at night, the campus is practically deserted, all of the other students already long gone. [Read_More]
  • Porter at Miami Hotel Checks on Unexpected GuestsTerror on Miami Beach
    Sometimes being armed with the skills and knowledge to protect yourself is not enough. Being able to utilize those skills and bring information to an authority who can address a potential situation is just as vital. The Sundance Hotel is one of the finest establishments in the Miami area. Though it is not situated on the shoreline itself, it has a stunning view of the beach and overlooks the crystal blue waters of the ocean. It’s been known as a hotspot for some of the hottest names in Hollywood and the music industry, and often sponsors music festivals right on the beach. [Read_More]
  • Woman putting hand to her earFriday Night Fights
    Overhearing The Neighbors Fight? As individuals, we are encouraged to mind our own business and not get involved with other people’s drama, but when it comes to witnessing violence when do we decide to get involved and help those who can’t help themselves? This fictional story is meant to display exactly how domestic violence affects bystanders. Approximately One In Four Women Experience Domestic Violence From An Intimate Partner. Megan lived alone in a two-bedroom apartment that she had rented for the past two years. The couple across the hall was usually friendly, but she often overheard them arguing at times. [Read_More]
  • Stressed and furious driver in his carDangerous Roads Ahead
    Situational awareness will help you recognize danger. Recognizing what’s happening around you is the best way to ensure your Situational Awareness. However, there are some situations where your attention needs to be placed in a specific location, such as driving to work. So how can you be aware of danger when you can’t get a full view of your environment? Route 523 is a two-hundred-mile stretch of open highway that cuts through the center of the state, and it’s the most direct road for Samuel Ackerman to get to the office. Usually the traffic in the morning is stop and go. [Read_More]
  • Max the dog smiles at his owner after a close call with disaster.Max’s Big Day Out
    Modern life has its luxuries, but danger can be lurking just beyond our everyday liberty and comfort. Sometimes being at the wrong place at the wrong time can lead to a potential disaster. George Dyson’s day off started well enough. He exited his apartment, taking his gray white pitbull mix, Max, for a walk. Max’s face was sweet and lovable, a puppyish body language played over the marvelous creature as it wagged its but excitedly. There was nothing Max liked better than a brisk walk with his owner. The sites and smells enticed him to wander and explore, but George handled the leash well enough and was able to keep him from getting into mischief. [Read_More]
  • Hand counting coins stack on wooden table, Cons stack saving money or investment conceptThere’s One Born Every Minute
    Time doesn’t stand still for anyone, and change can make life a prospective field of hazards for the unwary. One should take time from daydreaming of the past in order to be mindful in the present. Old Martha Franklin had worked hard her entire life, and with the death of her dear husband some twenty years back she clung to independence as twilight descended. Martha worked for forty years at the local cigar factory, rolling cigars and chatting with the nice ladies she worked with, the decades had flowed by like water. With her children gone on to have children of their own, she fondly recalled a wheel of seasons, holidays, celebrations, and dreams all neat and orderly, everyone of them a snow globe of tenderness she kept turning over in her heart of hearts. [Read_More]
  • Background image of cash drawer containing $75 in bills and change.Something Shifty
    A free market offers the consumer a variety of purchases, but with every legal transaction there are criminal minds seeking to take advantage of money changing hands. Julia Becker was popular ever since she could remember, being an active student in high school and college, as well as a key member of her real estate team where she made a good commission. After a hard week’s work, she loved to get together with her besties, normally going bowling, clubbing, or out to an EDM show when someone ill was spinning. DJ Cashola cut some awesome tracks, and they had no cover for ladies at the spot she frequented. Sometimes Julia just wanted to chill at home and relax, but that didn't mean that she couldn't hang with the gang anyway. [Read_More]
  • Grandfather teaches grandson strength and humilityGrandpa’s Echoing Wisdom
    Everyone has a favorite thing they like to do, and some of us take every opportunity to go out seeking it. During a critical moment of such personal revelry people can sometimes forget to be mindful of their surroundings. Nick Butkus loves music and could play guitar proficiently, always jamming with friends or alone when the day was winding down. He had been in half a dozen bands during high school and college, always dreaming that one day he would cut a demo and make it big. The fantasy of being signed and going on tour drove him to excellence, and even when the whole thing never panned out he still kept dreaming. [Read_More]
  • Woman Jogging Outdoors Stay Aware Of Your Surroundings. Situational Awareness. Behavior Analysis.Who’s Watching Nancy?
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