Guardian Self Defense and Security Blog

Flash Mob Attacks Coming To Neighborhood Near You

Flash mob attacks are likely coming to a neighborhood near you! These mobs have been responsible for brutal crimes including robbery, assault, theft, rape and more. Organized via social media channels, these crimes are perpetrated by multiple teen thugs against unsuspecting victims. One of the most frightening aspects of flash mob attacks is that they are becoming more and more prevalent. These are must do safety tips sure to make you a tough target!
  • Leave your valuables at home. No iPhones, ipads, jewelry, or cash. These criminals are looking for high value personal items; don't carry it with you in public and you've just decreased your risk.
  • One of the best things you can do is travel in a group. I know it's easy to say but very difficult to make it happen. Most everyone is concerned about street crime. Now is the time to organize with co-workers and neighbors to travel in small groups as much as possible.
  • Carry a self defense weapon and be willing to use it for personal security. Pepper spray is an excellent self defense weapon if used properly. I really like the Pepper Mace Spray Baton because it's a low profile self defense spray. Discreetly attach to your key ring and you have a dual threat pepper spray kubotan. Hold your keys and swing and it becomes an effective impact weapon.
I recommend buying at least one extra refill canister for practice. It's important to familiarize yourself with how to use it; now go into your backyard and use one for practice. Pepper mace is only a valuable weapon if it is assessable. Get in the habit of keeping it in your hand while out in public. Take a proactive approach to personal safety. This way you'll be much less likely to find yourself in a reactive situation. Now is the time to get serious about your self defense. The good guys greatly out number the thugs; we have to get back to looking out for one another. Pepper Mace Baton
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