With Labor Day officially passed, college students across the country have headed off to school beginning the new 2011 year. In fact, most of the students will be heading back to the dorms! And while these times are often exciting they can also be uncertain. Here are some handy tools and tips Fox News suggests to keep you and your belongings safe this semester:
- Keep armed and alert at all times: The SABRE Red Pink Lipstick Pepper Spray is the perfect item for discreet personal safety. Make sure you are aware of your surroundings and know how to use the product! - Personal Safety System Via a Smartphone: The MyForce security app keeps your screen from timing out so with one touch you can send an alert out to a live security monitoring team. The app supplies emergency response units with a individuals exact location, physical description and any medical conditions they may have. - Multipurpose Alarms: The SABRE Doorstop Alarm not only stops an intruder from entering your room but also sounds a 120 decibolt starting him or her and alerting you.
- Lock Up: Investing in a safe is always a wise decision. You can even purchase “The Hidden Closest Safe” turning an ordinary piece clothing hanging in your closet into a great place to store expensive valuables.
- Don’t Fall Victim to Identity Theft: The Prey Project App is a free app that keeps track of your laptop and helps recover it if stolen. It will remotely lock down your PC to prevent further access to your private files. Fox News even quoted David Nance, VP of Security Equipment Corporation, concerning the door stop alarm. David said “they prevent intruder entries through inward opening doors. They will startle and scare off intruders and wake you to take action.” These tech safety tools will certainly assist in projecting both yourself and your belongings. However, the onus is on us to ultimately be prepared.
Security Equipment Corporation, in operation since 1975 and manufacturer of SABRE OC sprays (commonly known as pepper spray) encourage all to be aware and prepared. CLICK HERE to find simple solutions you can adopt to protect you and your family.