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Tip of the Week: Security Tips for College Students

28 September in Tip of the Week Personal Safety, Tip of the Week School Safety, Tip of the Week Travel Safety

7 Security Tips for College Students – Parents Please Share! Heading back to college or entering your first year as a Freshman is a very exciting time in the life of any student. Friends, fun, football, and freedom are usually top of mind (and of course studying!) while staying safe and secure is the least of concerns. As statistical reporting has shown, college students can be exposed to violence, robbery, bullying and even rape. It is important for students to be mindful of their very own...

Tip of the Week – Your Personal Security at Large Outdoor Summer Events

28 September in Tip of the Week Corporate Security, Tip of the Week Personal Safety, Tip of the Week School Safety, Tip of the Week Travel Safety

5 tips to help keep you safe at large outdoor activities During the summer months, we often find ourselves engaging more frequently in events such as outdoor concerts, festivals and fairs, and other events for which we have no control of our own personal security.   And while our chances of becoming the victim of criminal activity during these activities are very small, we can help minimize our risk even more with vigilance and preparation. Here are 5 tips to help keep you safe at large outdoor activities: 1. ...

Tip of the Week – Personal Security with Shared Ride Services

27 September in Tip of the Week, Tip of the Week Personal Safety, Tip of the Week Protective Services, Tip of the Week Travel Safety, Tip of the Week: Security Consulting

10 Tips to help keep your shared ride safe With the widespread acceptance of shared ride services or Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) such as Uber and Lyft, we have seen ever increasing reports of assaults on female passengers by TNC drivers. The problem has been well documented in media reports and is closely tracked by the organization whosdrivingyou.org that publishes lists of incidents and the annual growth in attacks: http://www.whosdrivingyou.org/rideshare-incidents. The growth of the problem may be tied to increased ridership, but the standard of...