Student Safety: Want to host your own workshop?

The majority our student safety workshops for Women at School and Men At School are privately hosted. We always customize content to best suit your needs. Here’s how we go about it and we try and keep it simple: Give us some dates and times that work for you. Most classes are held on weekday … Continued

A Crime at a Mall Averted: Awareness saves the Day

The importance of awareness, reading body language and knowing what is going on around you at all times is well illustrated in a true story I recently read in a reputable publication. This story also reveals how easily perpetrators can “hide in plain sight” and the importance of not dropping your guard just because you … Continued

Date Rape Drugs: Unintentional Ingestion and Tragedy

As the school year comes to a close we see the typical spike in requested safety trainings by parents especially for their daughters who will be traveling or soon off to college. The “date rape” or “predatory” drugs are always an area of concern and we dedicate an entire module to this issue. While we … Continued

“Express Kidnappings”- No just a Third World Problem!

When we hear of a kidnapping we usually think of it in the context of extortion for some type of ransom. Politically, a kidnapping may take place in an attempt to gain leverage over a government or state entity. But what is an “express kidnapping” and why are we hearing that term more often of … Continued

Situational Awareness: A Non-Incident vs. The Six O’ Clock News!

A teenaged girl, who had taken our introductory situational awareness class, approached me with a personal story after we presented a safety assembly at her school. Let’s call her Ashley. Her story contains the 4 simple elements that comprise the “Safety Mindset: Knowledge of crime as a process Awareness of our surroundings Obeying instincts And … Continued