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    According to the FBI, 1 in 4 women will be the victim of a crime in her lifetime.  The latest 2011 report from the Department of Justice indicates violent crimes have increased by 22% between 2010 and 2011.  To put the numbers in perspective, 4.9 million people were victims or crimes in 2010.  In 2011 the number increased to 5.8 million.  This upward trend could significantly impact the life of someone around you. 

   In business, it can affect your most valuable asset - your employee -  costing loss of productivity, time, and money.

Don't be a Victim

 
 Don't be a victim. The key to safety is knowledge, awareness, and education.


Using a 5 step process Cathy will teach you:

  1. The 4 levels of alert
  2. How to identify the subtle queues of an attack
  3. Quick response safety strategy
  4. Evasive / avoidance measures
  5. Defensive-reactive response

Learning to take control of a situation will increase your chance of a favorable outcome in an emergency.  What you do in the minutes and seconds before an attack is crucial to keeping you safe and saving your life.
How will you respond?

Motivation


Safety Programs:
  • College/University Campus Safety
  • Teen Safety
  • Stalking & Cyberstalking
  • Rape Prevention
  • Bullying & Cyberbullying
  • Dating & Relationships
  • Robbery & Assault Safety
  • Domestic Violence
  • Mommy Be Safe™
  • Online Safety
  • Kidnapping Prevention & Safety Strategy
  • Home Safe
  • Daily Activity
  • On the Road


Defense Strategies:

  • Evasive Strategies
  • F.A.B. Method Avoidance
  • The Cat - Defensive Strategy
  • Unarmed Defensive Tactics
  • Armed Defensive Tactics - Nonlethal and Lethal


Who is stalking your teen online?


  
How will you keep a cyberstalker from targeting her?


Campus Safety

  Cathy's Campus Safety talks and workshops offer guidance and help to teens, young women and men considering pursuing a higher education - both close to home and away. 

   Learn critical information about the safety of the college or university campus you are considering.  She addresses the topics of researching crime statistics at your campus, dorm safety, campus safety and off campus safety.

  
When selecting your college or university, ask to see the Campus Safety and Crime Report in accordance with the Clery Act. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) is a federal mandate requiring all institutions of higher education (IHEs) that participate in the federal student financial aid program to disclose information about crime on their campuses and in the surrounding communities.  

 

 The Clery Act affects virtually all public and private IHEs and is enforced by the U.S. Department of Education (ED).    The Clery Act was signed in 1990 and is named after 19-year-old Jeanne Clery who was raped and murdered in her Lehigh University residence hall in 1986.

Know your rights. Do your research. Above all be safe and enjoy your college experience.

What are your chances?

1 in 4 is a serious number. In your lifetime chances are YOU will be the victim of a crime. What will your outcome be?

  
   Cathy Steinberg has dedicated her life to personal safety and defense.  Cathy earned her black belt in 1989 and quickly became aware that having a black belt was no safety guarantee…it was just not enough.  She realized the only way to truly understand how to defend yourself is to know why you were a target in the first place.  Books on the subject weren’t enough to answer the questions she needed to know. 

   The best way to get the answers she desired was to go straight to the criminals themselves by working at a maximum security prison, a hospital for the criminally insane, and a maximum security death row prison. At these facilities she interviewed hundreds of murders, rapists, kidnappers, drug addicts and psychopaths. She learned valuable real life lessons about the real way criminals choose their victims and their thought process. She learned powerful defensive skills - both verbal and physical. She has been in some of the most dangerous situations surrounded by scores of the most ruthless hardened convicted criminals and now she wants to help save your life.

  
  C
athy Steinberg's experience and history is unequaled in the industry of personal safety. Her years of dealing with violent criminal offenders has provided valuable insight, knowledge and experience on how to defend yourself when faced with a dangerous situation. Her defensive strategy workshops are designed to teach teens, women, and men the secrets to safety and defense.

   You deserve peace of mind. Your daughter, sister, wife, mother, granddaughters deserve peace of mind. As an employer and school administrator, your employees and students deserve peace of mind. How will you help them?

   As a mother to a little girl, Cathy understands the worry a mother feels for the safety of her children and family. Often times we are overwhelmed with the day to day chores of being a parent and it is easy to lose sight of the dangers we face.


was developed with the busy mom in mind. Easy, stress free strategies to keep your family and children safe. Your family's safety matters.

Let Cathy help you make sure that you know exactly what to do when it matters most!
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