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Without Fear of Bias

“Ivan’s Story” is representative of many citizens feeling criminalized by their local communities and especially local law enforcement officials, simply based on ethnicity.

The Boston Police Department (BPD) has used racially biased policing, as shown by data from reports of 200,000+ encounters between BPD officers and civilians from 2007–2010.

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Situational Awareness: Part 2 - SAFETY


In the last post, we discussed Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. It’s a premise that a person must have basic foundational needs met before they can move on to relational, social and intellectual growth. 773 more words

General Discussion

Personal Threat Level Amber.

It only takes a small event to raise our personal safety threat assessment from Black to Amber and that’s what has happened with the arrival of an alcoholic in the same yacht basin as us. 523 more words


Situational Awareness: What is it?


Situational Awareness is a component of self defense that belongs in everybody’s toolbox of personal preparedness. At its most basic level, it means being aware of, discerning, assessing and factoring in the elements – people, place, things, events, and even time – that are around you, and how you are or might soon be affected by them. 734 more words

General Discussion

Watch your ‘six’

This is from Personal Liberty.

I thought my situational awareness was good until I became a Correctional Officer.

After ten years as an officer my awareness, increased 100%. 600 more words

How to Survive a Riot & Live to Tell About

With what is occurring all over the world, each and every one of us need to be aware of not only basic wilderness skills but also urban survival skills. 991 more words

SHTF Preparedness

Omega Tactical and Survival reblogged this on Omega Tactical and Survival and commented:

Great article from Backyard Prepper US. The best thing is avoid getting stuck in a mob if you have notice , but if you don't have time to get away follow these tips to successfully make it to safety.