How to Keep Your Home Secure During a Power Outage

The power could go out in your neighborhood for myriad reasons – maybe a storm blew through, or a downed power line or transformer is the problem. For your children, a power outage offers the opportunity to plow through your supply of ice cream, but for the rest...

Stay Safe with Panic Alarms

“Panic alarm” often connotes danger and chaos, so some people are reluctant to get one. People don’t like to think they would ever need one. Whether or not you ever have to use it, panic alarms are a great addition to your home, vehicle, or...

Safety Apps for College Students

College students are eager to be fully independent adults. While most parents want their children to succeed in the adult world, they also want them to be safe. And safety begins on your child’s college campus. Although administrators and security do their best...

5 Easy Ways to Secure Your Home from the Inside

Is your home thoroughly secure? Does it have new lock systems and automated security? Good, but have you thought about the inside of your home? Securing your home inside isn't hard to do, and it's affordable. Follow these five simple steps and rest easy...

Security Tips for College Students in 2015

In the last few years, college campuses have been front and center in many cases involving assault, rape, and theft. Since college is often an individual’s first experience with independence, it’s important that parents arm their children with security knowledge for...