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When Vision, Designs and Necessity Intertwine
Congregations Are meant to be sanctuaries from evil
Camera system that constantly monitors and records activities is extremely important, yet they are expensive, and the only thing that you get is the protection in a liability situation.
The biggest thing that makes people cringe is 'We don't have security; we're just praying that nothing happens
"Faith" by The Texas Guardians offers congregations a place of comfort, hope, and peace during worshiping. This App is for congregations that is wanting to add an extra layer of security/protection during an active shooter or any other threat that is encountered.
From coast to coast in the U.S., Violence against physicians are on the rise.
One of the most difficult situations that physicians face is being threatened, abused, or physically harmed by one of their patients. This is not an uncommon problem: Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data for 1995 indicate that more workplace assaults and violent acts occur in health care and social services industries than in any other.
The Concerning Rise of Real Estate Agent Attacks
Sadly, the nature of the real estate business can put some agents at risk because it often requires them to be alone with complete strangers in isolated locations. There are always at least a few deaths due to homicide each year among real estate agents
The numbers of U.S. convenience store robberies rose significantly
Although all robbery types share some common features, convenience store robbery warrants special attention because convenience stores have special characteristics.
Assault and threats remain a pervasive occupational safety hazards for repossession professionals.
screamed at, spat on, punched, kicked, even stabbed in the shoulder. These things happen to a repo man.
A licensed automobile repossessor, was shot through the neck and both lungs at 3:30 A.M. on Feb. 25, as he was hooking his tow truck to a Ford truck in an unincorporated section of Harris County
Challenges of the outdoors man
The wilderness is a safe and peaceful place to spend a weekend,
But hikers who venture into the woods without a healthy respect for natural hazards–bears, storms, rivers, snakes, and more–are asking for trouble. Of course, not all threats are equally dangerous–or deserve the nightmares we have about them.
Teen drivers are 4x more likely than adults to get into car accidents while using their cell phone. 11 teens die everyday as a result of texting while driving. One out of every 4 car accidents in the U.S. is caused by texting
Abuse of vulnerable adults
As older adults become more physically frail, they’re less able to take care of themselves, stand up to bullying, or fight back if attacked. Mental or physical ailments can make them more trying companions for those who live with them. And they may not see or hear as well or think as clearly as they used to, leaving openings for unscrupulous people to take advantage of them.
Eliminating the need to arm Teachers
An act that can potentially result in additional dangers. There’s no evidence that arming teachers will make students safer, yet the series of new laws now allows school employees to have weapons on school grounds as long as they’re secured in a locked vehicle. There are several major problems with this.
The Texas School Guardians app is connecting technology and law enforcement situation rooms for faster reporting when response times matter most. This App is for those wanting to add an extra layer of security/protection during an active shooter or any other threat that is encountered.
Court House and County Officials
Law enforcement officials are being assaulted and facing greater challenges in pursuit of their profession
The U.S. is one of the most developed nations in the world, but there are still areas that are poorly marked or not marked at all by street signs or other distinguishing signage. It’s a situation that poses extreme danger for law enforcement whether it’s local police, game wardens, Texas Rangers or border patrol officers.
The victimization rate for children 12 through 19 is higher than that for any other age group.
In the not so distant past, people, particularly children, saw police as a comforting presence in times of trouble. That perception has radically changed. A large percentage of the population is now afraid to interact with law enforcement for any reason. The prevalence of guns may be a major factor in that perspective.
Please note: this app can also be link to the schools special counselor
Violence Against EMS Responders
When responding to emergency medical calls, threats of violence to EMS workers can come from patients, family members or even bystanders.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 2,600 EMS workers received hospital treatment in 2014 for injuries resulting from work-related violence.
Trapped or lost firefighters is especially time sensitive
Firefighters don’t just run into burning buildings, they are often first responders on the scene of explosions, natural disasters, wildfires, traffic accidents and other catastrophes. The demanding job can take both a physical and mental toll on those who perform it.
Judges and County elected officials are facing a growing number of violent threats
Threats from claimants angry over being denied benefits or frustrated at lengthy delays in processing claims. About 1,400 administrative law judges handle appeals of Social Security disability claims at about 150 offices across the country. Many are in leased office space rather than government buildings.
Taking appropriate steps to protect employees and visitors while still providing the level of face-to-face service is what the public expects.
Burglars opinions about home security signs, " I know how to disable alarms or avoid setting them off.".
According to a United States Department of Justice report:
38% of assaults & 60% of rapes occur during home invasions.
Over 2,000,000 homes will experience a break-in or burglary this year.
There are over 4,500 home burglaries per day in the United States.
The average number of home invasions per year was 1,030,000 between 1994 and 2010.