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Pre-attack behavior cues

07th March 2011
Assaults on officers are running at more than 57,000 a year, according to the latest FBI statistics. Trainer Marcus Young is convinced that many of these could be averted if targeted officers were alert for certain common cues that indicate an attack may ...
Author: PoliceOne
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Accident Claims Helpline - Staying Safe On Holiday

15th September 2010
While it will spoil your trip if you are constantly preoccupied with staying safe, there are a number of simple measures you can take to reduce the risk of being involved in an accident whilst abroad on holiday. Here is a checklist of things you can do to...
Author: Accident Claims Helpline

An Overview on Filing a Civil Rights Lawsuit

08th July 2009
The first step in filing a civil rights violation lawsuit is by recognizing that your civil rights have been violated. It is important to know your rights so that you'll know when to fight and when to stop. If you feel that someone has discriminated you o...
Author: J.A. Castillo

Self-Defense Law in Canada

23rd June 2009
Self-Defense is one of the most controversial of all the possible law problems mostly because it is usually hard to define when it self defense and when not. In Canada self-defense is defined in the Canadian Criminal Code. In the common law tradition self...
Author: Matt Traverso