University of Kansas police to carry stun guns

Police officers at the University of Kansas will soon start carrying stun guns as a safe option for situations when lethal force isn’t appropriate or necessary.

Source: The Washington Times Newspaper, University of Kansas police to carry stun guns

Source: The Washington Times Newspaper, University of Kansas police to carry stun guns

Small/Locals News The Washington Times

RadKIDS helps kids with self defense

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (WCIA) — A new program is helping kids learn to defend and protect themselves from sexual assault and domestic violence.

Source: RadKIDS helps kids with self defense

Source: RadKIDS helps kids with self defense


Crestview Police officer speaks on self-defense, Florida statutes

CRESTVIEW — On Jan. 13, a Crestview women’s support group, Scars of the Past Inc., had a guest join them.”Officer Sam Kimmons of the Crestview Police Department was kind enough to bless the group with his expertise on self-defense. The self-defense course included everything from state statutes to different strategies and techniques to use when facing an attacker,” a group spokesperson stated in a media release.”Officer Kimmons devoted his Saturday morning to help empower women in

Source: Crestview Police officer speaks on self-defense, Florida statutes

Source: Crestview Police officer speaks on self-defense, Florida statutes


Warning – Your Kids and their electronic devices, if you are a parent you should take a look at this!

This is very scary for any parent to even think about. I subscribe to many of our government’s press releases and all that and I received an email today from The FTC. All parents with kids that have electronic devices should read this.

January 8, 2018


Did you buy electronic devices for your children this holiday season? I did — I bought one for my 9 year-old — and I want to share with you what I learned about protecting my kid’s personal information online.

The minute my son unwrapped his gift, he began using it and I immediately began worrying about his personal information being exposed. I learned that apps, online services, and websites that are directed to children under 13 years old have to get a parent’s approval before they can collect, use, or disclose kids’ personal information. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) requires this. So, as a parent, I have control over who collects my kid’s personal information online.

I don’t want my son’s – and our family’s – sensitive information shared with third parties I didn’t authorize. If you feel the same way, keep these two things in mind:

  1. Websites and apps that target kids must have a privacy policy that should be easy to find and understand. If you can’t find it or it’s not clear to you what the app or website will do with your kid’s info, don’t let your child use it. The operator of the site or app may be violating COPPA.
  2. If a website or app that targets children wants to collect your kid’s personal information, they need to get your express approval. If you think that a website or app has collected information from your child without authorization, report it to the FTC.

Unfortunately, some companies have violated COPPA and the FTC has had to step in. For example, the FTC announced that it settled charges with VTech, a company that develops electronic products and services for children, for allegedly violating COPPA.

For more information on how to protect kids online, visit

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Welcome to Pye’s Safety Spot. We are here to help you keep yourself and your EverStuff. For those whom never heard of EverStuff – It is what you love. EverStuff could be a person that you love or hold close to your heart. it can also be that stuffed elephant that your first love won for you all those years ago. Basically, it means what you love, I know that you must be saying, oh wow all that for just that, Well I gotta keep you on your toes,

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