“Call us if you need us”…. That is what one domestic violence victim was told by her local police department when she inquired as to how to protect herself against an angry, jaded ex-boyfriend. It’s not exactly comforting to think about police response times and this woman’s need to ensure her safety. As we all
The title of this video is hard to read. It represents tragedy that left one man dead, a Family mourning him as the lost hero he was, an agency and profession wracked by the aftermath and negative internal & external judgement and a community & country asking a lot of questions.
This even happened in July of 2018 in Aurora, Colorado. In December, the police department released body camera footage, included herein, that shows without any room for doubt that the shooting was tragically justified.
Once again an armed citizen that should’ve had a class on common sense failed in public. A man’s gun was fired as a result of not having a proper holster, along with a poor choice for pants. The fact that this happened in public leads to headlines that embarrasses us all. Most of us take
Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information! This week, Grant will be joined by PDN Contributor Alessandro Padovani of Safer Faster Defense. They’ll be discussing how to protect yourself when you’re traveling out of the country. What tools are available, and what are the
Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information! Training Talk is the webcast that talks about you: about your life and how to protect it. Grant and his guests cover defensive shooting, unarmed self defense, home defense, situational awareness, training tips, and much more. This
Yesterday, I spoke for an hour with Mark Walters about two shootings of shoplifters. Embedded in the discussion was the incredibly important issue of ” Should versus Could ” and our responsibility as armed people to use force only when needed. In the latter case, the shooter was (rightfully) charged with murder. In NY, the bad guy was shot as he was jumping over the counter AT the armed good guy