19 Nov 2012

Word Challenge

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What’s the first word that pops up? Try out this word challenge! Want to use this graphic on your next post? Just copy the embed code below:

19 Nov 2012

Open Carry Vs Concealed Carry – Which Is The Preferred Option For Security Professionals?

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The Open Carry Vs Concealed Carry debate is guaranteed to get a very lively discussion going among gun enthusiasts, as well as law enforcement officers. There are as many opinions as there are people involved in these discussions. Some opinions are based upon personal experiences, training or ideology and others are based upon theories not [...]

16 Nov 2012

The Case for Concealed-Carry on Campus

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There have been numerous occurrences of tragic shootings in schools, colleges and universities over the years. However, following a shooting spree at Virginia Polytechnic in 2007, the debate began again in earnest as to whether students should be allowed to carry a firearms on campus concealed about their person. The Case for Concealed Carry on [...]

15 Nov 2012

Peer Pressure On Drug Use Quote

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Statistics shows that it’s peer pressure influencing the youth to take drugs and alcohol especially in social gatherings. Want to use this photo? Just copy the code below to your next blog post:

15 Nov 2012

5 Reasons Why You Need A QR Code ID Card System

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A QR (Quick Response) code is similar to an old-fashioned barcode and it has the capacity to store an unlimited amount of information within a symbol. QR codes seem to be everywhere you look these days from menus to magazines and the use of them is certainly growing at a rapid rate. Because of their [...]

14 Nov 2012

Crime Pays Quote

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Familiar with the quote crime doesn’t pay? Well obviously it does. Crime pays, it’s the easiest ways for criminals to get rich! If you agree with this quote then embed this graphic on your blog:

12 Nov 2012

School Zero Tolerance Pros and Cons

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In our fast paced world, when complex problems arise, rather than stepping back and considering all angles of an issue, quick band aid fixes are proposed that deal with the symptoms of a problem. The underlying roots that are more difficult to resolve and take more time, more effort and more thought are largely ignored. [...]

12 Nov 2012

4 Reasons Why You Need Door Access Control System At Your Facility

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Any type of facility where there are large numbers of people present requires the very best security system possible. Up until recently, many buildings relied exclusively on ID cards to maintain incoming and outgoing traffic. Unfortunately, an ID card installation cannot solve all security access problems on their own and, as a result, many businesses [...]

12 Nov 2012

It’s Not Easy To Spot Fake ID Cards

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Technology is fast evolving, especially when it comes to creating genuine and fake ID cards. It’s not always easy to spot a real from a fake ID (especially not as blatant as the one above) and it’s why all security teams need to stay on top of the latest scams as you will regularly find [...]

09 Nov 2012

What Are ID Cards Used For And Why You Need To Get Them Right

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What are ID cards used for? It’s a question that gets thrown at me from time to timeUp until recently, people tended to carry an ID card in order to be identified. Nowadays, ID cards are multi-functional and can be used in a wide variety of ways. Modern technology has allowed us to carry only [...]