New York, NY - We've all heard the numbers: 1 in 5 college women will be a victim of sexual assault on a college campus, and more than 10,000 students will be victims of burglary or aggravated assault every year.
On this segment of FOX & Friends, Elisabeth Hasselbeck talks with Personal Safety Expert David Nance about one option to help students feel empowered when it comes to their personal safety - pepper spray.
SABRE Red pepper spray provides protection at a safe distance, up to 10 feet away, giving a student in trouble the chance to get away and escape to safety. If used correctly, the attacker's eyes will automatically be forced closed. The SABRE Red formula contains 1.33% Major Capsaicinoids, which is the heat-bearing component to pepper spray. That makes SABRE Red products 67 times hotter than hot sauce!
In this video - David Nance instructs those planning to use pepper spray to do the following:
- Unlock and arm your pepper spray
- Give a verbal warning if you think it's necessary, but if you feel you are in immediate danger, you are permitted to use pepper spray
- Place your thumb on the pepper spray so you have a better grip and DO NOT use your index finger to deploy the pepper spray
- Aim for the eyes, spraying ear to ear across the attacker's ocular area
Watch this video for more helpful tips!
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