Crime Safety and Security
for Women and Children -
Everything You Need to Know

Learning how to outsmart criminals will help keep you and yours out of harm's way rather than hoping for luck or begging for mercy.

You're about to learn lifesaving lessons from my 26 years of research and experience teaching countless children’s groups, college students, civic groups, corporations, and crime survivors, as well as veteran cops at police academies – including dozens of original insights you've never imagined and will find nowhere else.




For the first time anywhere, all of home security is simply classified into five types. You can prevent home invasions and burglaries by making sure all your family members use these safety tips (as a chain is no stronger than its weakest link). Your security really is in the hands of your entire family. Predators will have to look elsewhere for easy prey.







Your life in the outside world largely is in your hands with the know-how of driving safety, parking lot safety, and street crime tips.





You'll learn how to protect your kids beyond the reach of your arms with the articles in Child Safety - Overview.



Whenever you’re tempted to be careless, ask yourself, "What could possibly happen?" The real-life stories throughout this website show you what could possibly happen – and how to better stack the odds in your favor.

You'll see how to avoid a face-to-face encounter, how to control fear itself, how criminal minds think, and – best of all – how to outsmart them.

Crime survivors will find counseling resources as well as guidance in choosing a self defense class to empower your recovery.

Violent Criminals Outnumber The Cops – By Far

You live in a fantasy world if you think that all humans are basically good, that if you're just nice to everyone then they'll be nice to you, and that you’re somehow immune to crime. Know this: in the real world, roughly three percent of men (one out of 33) are criminal sub-clinical psychopaths, most of them are masters of deception and look and act perfectly normal, and they easily travel to any neighborhood at any time of day or night. And… they outnumber the cops – by far.

The US Department of Justice says that the United States has roughly 600,000 cops – fewer than 30,000 on patrol duty at any one time – for the entire country. And the average 9-1-1 response time is ELEVEN minutes – an eternity in an emergency. In many areas it’s far slower than that.

Nearly 630,000 prisoners are released each year to walk among us and roughly two-thirds of them are arrested again within three years for new crimes. Add to that the many thousands of criminals paroled in prior years and also all the young criminals who haven’t been arrested yet.

From 1977 to 1997, nearly four million Americans were either murdered, shot, stabbed, clubbed, strangled, or otherwise injured – more casualties than the U.S. military has suffered in all the wars in its history – combined. In 2013, the USDOJ said that the US averages roughly 40 murders every day. That’s 14,600 murders per year.

More than 800,000 paroled murderers walk among us – outnumbering our 600,000 cops. And that’s just the paroled killers. If you add in all the paroled kidnappers, carjackers, rapists, child molesters, stalkers, thugs, muggers, and burglars you’ll see that criminals outnumber cops by a ratio of at least 70 to 1. Do you rely on understaffed cops to always protect you and your loved ones? Really?...

How To Keep You and Yours Out of Harm’s Way


You don’t need a bulletproof vest, a bodyguard, or to sleep with one eye open. Stack the odds in your favor by learning how to be SAFESkeptical, Aware, Flexible, Explosive:



Skeptical of anyone trying to get near you or trying to isolate you whether you're at home or outdoors – as shown in Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, Friendly Predators, and Scam-In;

Aware of traps and escape strategies – as shown in Spotting Danger and Facing Danger;

Flexible: being tricky, changing strategies as needed – as shown in Victim’s Options - Outsmarting and Verbal Self Defense – and if worse comes to worst:

Exploding into an escape - stun & run – as shown in Sucker Punch and Self Defense Techniques.

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Join me in exploring this site. You’ll never think about your safety the same way ever again.