Category: Disarm and Disable

Serial Defense

Serial Murder cases have gripped not only our nation but the entire world.  For decades, killers and sex offenders have made their ugly mark on society by abducting, sexually assaulting and killing men, women, and children, all for their own sick and twisted pleasure. We may have  heard the most infamous names: Albert DeSalvo, Angelo Buono,

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The Crime vacation is over

Now that the COVID-19 appears to be moving more into the background than the foreground, notice that certain types of crimes are more prevalent now than they have been in the not too distant past. In the month of March, there were at least two Active Shooting cases and one case that was averted. The

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In your mind’s eye…

Using your mind to conceive or see a movement or technique will allow you to practice when you are not only working with a partner, but when you are alone.  You must be able to see how your body works before you can develop this aspect.  As a yoga practitioner, and during the early part

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Two equal parts of Self-defense

Just as the Yin Yang symbol illustrates, the study of self-defense requires two separate but equal parts.  The physical part of self-defense requires a student learn the movements necessary to defend themselves against a violent attack.  Students practice these movements often so they become an “automatic” response to an attack. Students must also learn the

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Peace through Internal Strength

I am scheduled to speak to a group on personal safety in late January 2021.  The topic is:  What can a person do if they are alone, or with a couple of friends when out in public and are confronted by a group bent on causing conflict? From the past year, the concern on this

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Stay focused, stay productive, stay positive!

Many people are having a difficult time coping during this time.  For some, it’s the lockdowns, lack of school attendance and job loss that COVID-19 and it’s related issues have thrust upon them. For others it could be the season that sometimes brings out the best and worst in us.  There are a whole host

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2020 Holiday Season Tips

The holiday season is quickly approaching, but this year is different than any other year is our history.  With the COVID-19 issues, each state has their own restrictions and how they “prefer” each person and their household to comply.  These “rules” may be vastly different from how each household has previously conducted family gatherings.  Between

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Wrong place, wrong time!

For the past several months, some places have experienced social unrest.  That unrest can quickly devolve into a full-blown riot where violent criminal acts take place sometimes without warning. People in the vicinity can be caught up in the moment to either become part of the criminal act or targeted victims. People can be curious

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Staying Safe and Sane during these times…

In these time of the political and social unrest with peaceful protest, race relations being upset and violent anarchist in cities across this nation,   coupled with the COVID 19 Crisis, there are a number of things we can do to keep our sanity and safeguard our psyche and overall psychological well-being. Electronic and print news

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Domestic Insurgents

DOMESTIC INSURGENTS In May of 2020 and extending into June, there were several cities across the United States that experienced Civil Unrest.  The cities may have started with a peaceful protest, but turned into riots, especially during the hours of darkness.  I used the term “Domestic Insurgents.” Because these riots occurred across our nation, the

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Armed and Unarmed Response to an Active Shooter

There are many people who advocate their specific point of view on who or who should not be armed to defend against or protect others from the threat of an active shooter.  Regardless of if the environment to be protected is a school, a business or a church, all of these various places have been

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Mass Civil Unrest

Staring with the example of late December of 2019, Stockton, California had between 150 to 200 people involved in fighting at two different shopping malls.  There are a host of situations and circumstances where people are attending sporting events and a fight breaks out.  Sometimes those fights can be between just two combatants. And then

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