"On behalf of hand-wringing parents everywhere, thank you, BASU."
Full article here: https://www.cnet.com/news/a-free-basu-ealarm-for-college-students/
“I'm a retired police officer, so I talk to her quite a bit about be aware of your surroundings, look around, if you see something suspicious walk away," says Cindy Warren from Temple Terrace. Her daughter, Kelly, is a USFSP student. "Definitely a device I'd love for her to have. I think I want one,”
Full article: http://www.wtsp.com/news/local/free-safety-alarm-for-college-students/449716501
"You're definitely going to get some people's attention if you pull that pin!"
Watch full video: https://youtu.be/1jsvL49k0Lo
This mini alarm could help keep college students safe.
Watch full video: https://www.facebook.com/NowThisHer/videos/1061748993955975/
"...if something happens to my wife I don't want her carrying a gun or even pepper spray, something she has to point at, with this she just needs to pull it and it makes a loud noise," Sinkovits said.
Read the full article here: http://www.azfamily.com/story/35506870/glendale-father-uses-new-safety-device-thats-easier-than-pepper-spray
"This 1-oz ultra-compact siren may save your life while traveling. It emits a 120-decibel alarm that can be heard up to 300 feet away. The crime and animal repellent signal will sound for 30 minutes unless the pin is returned to the device. It is TSA friendly and safer than carrying sprays."
Full article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/58d55274e4b0c0980ac0e583
An extra safety measure for peace of mind. Hopefully you’ll *never* actually have to use it, but if you do, know that it’ll actually help (see review). Available in six colors.
Promising review: “First of all, if it wasn’t for this device, I likely wouldn’t be here today writing this review. It was 2 a.m. and I was walking around in some questionable places — all of a sudden, two guys come out of nowhere and attempt to restrain me. Then I remembered I had this device on the side of my pants and pulled it. To be honest, when I bought this product I thought, “how will a silly little device that plays loud sounds save me!?” Well, that’s exactly what happened. I am forever grateful.” —mandmyellow
Full article here: https://www.buzzfeed.com/sarahhan/products-on-amazon-our-readers-are-loving-march-17-2017?utm_term=.cqwYE2Px#.xslMJvm9
“It’s a great little tool. It’s’ just another thing we can use to help be proactive with situational awareness and also in self-defense.”
A national study found that 68 percent of criminals will flee a crime scene empty handed if an alarm is sounded.
Student Morgan Zueger is impressed with the device..
“Walking around campus at night, can be scary, especially if you’re a woman, so I would appreciate a device or tool that would be very handy to use.”
Full article: http://denver.cbslocal.com/2017/03/08/alarm-helps-students-feel-safe-on-campus/
"I feel like it's safer than using a weapon like pepper spray or anything smaller, because I feel like it's easy to use and I know how to use it," said IUPUI sophomore Josie Salyer.
Students at IUPUI say it gives them extra peace of mind, especially when walking at night or in parking garages.
Campus safety experts say anything that calls attention to a situation can buy valuable time in either startling the attacker and scaring them off, or spooking them enough to give their target a chance to run away.
Full article: http://www.wthr.com/article/high-pitch-warning-device-helping-students-feel-safer-on-campus
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