Is Your Smartphone Part of This Privacy Breech? It could be if you have downloaded a Flashlight Ap. Watch this video for more information and what you can do to protect yourself. Maybe we should bring back the rotary phone.
As we all gathered to celebrate her life, Saturday, October 5th at Central Christian Church we heard many wonderful memories of Kasey Covey. Here are some photographs of the balloon release as we sent off thoughts, messages and memories of Kasey.
Sadly, we have lost a fabulous woman. Kasey loved the time she spent with the Women’s Safety and Leadership Training group…especially the Taser visit. Her, giving heart and wish to help others, even the four legged variety, was never ending. We at WSLT are sending our love
From bolt-action to semi automatic, rifles inspire many women to participate in the shooting sports for the first time. Watch as host Natalie Foster talks with industry experts and shows first-timer Karson that despite what society has led many to believe, rifles aren't scary at all.
1. LONG-TERM PARKING: Some people left their car in the long-term parking at San Jose while away, and someone broke into the car. Using the information on the car’s registration in the glove compartment, they drove the car to the people’s home in Pebble Beach and robbed it
Summer is here. Time for fun in the sun and family vacations. Before you head off on your trip, have you thought about safety tips to keep you, your family and home safe and secure. Sargent Michelle Thiry from the Phoenix Police Department led our program, providing information to kee
Marsha Petrie Sue led our leadership training event last week. Her subject, Decontaminate difficult people without using weapons or duct tape, was very informative as always. WSLT offers these Leadership training events as a part of our mission to train, empower, motivate and mentor
Thank you to Taser International for hosting our first tour and demo. We are hoping to make this a regular event on our schedule in the future. TASER Conducted Electrical Weapons (CEWs) are unique in their ability to incapacitate an attacker from a distance of 15 feet. Other self-de