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Grandma’s trick for a bulletproof home

By Survival Dad / March 25, 2021

A few days ago my 71-year-old grandmother “Crime-Proofed” her home and locked it down like Fort Knox… all by herself. On top of that, she said it only took one trip to Walmart and a few simple tools. She figured out how to do it using a Free report being given away to Americans nationwide […]

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Professional Advice To Guide Your Self-Defense Training

By Michael B. / February 14, 2019

Here’s the bad news: the criminals always have it easier. That’s just the way it is. During a disaster or crisis, law enforcement will be busy dealing with many other issues such as rescue efforts, etc. They’ll be short-staffed and law enforcement will laxer. Most criminal acts are products of opportunity, and this situation is […]

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This Is Who’s After Your Hard-Earned Wealth

By Michael B. / December 7, 2018

The chances are good that the person sitting next to you has been a victim of a crime at some point in their life. Statistics indicate that eight out of twelve Americans will be criminally victimized at least once in their lifetime. ‘ The chances are good that the person sitting next to you may […]

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The 3 Most Common Crimes You Must Be Ready To Face During TEOTWAWKI

By Andrew J. / April 24, 2018

A couple of years ago, the United Nations Office on Drug and Crime published an article about how economic crisis can trigger a rise in crime. You can read the article here: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/frontpage/2012/February/economic-crises-can-trigger-rise-in-crime.html While the facts stated in the above article are true, it’s not just economic crisis that causes crime to increase. Any crisis […]

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Crime Prevention Tactics From an Ex-Cop

By Andrew J. / May 15, 2015

As a youth, I was actively involved in the Boy Scouts, which is where I learned the importance of being prepared. “Be Prepared” is of course the Boy Scout motto. That mindset transitioned with me into my career as a law enforcement officer. As a police officer, I teach people the importance of being prepared […]