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A Mother’s Message on Safety

As a mother, I have spent countless hours lying awake at night imagining how I should prepare for, respond to, and recover from an act of violence that could effect my two girls. Playing out scenes in which I need to protect them during an everyday errand at the bank...

Domestic Violence is horrific.

Domestic Violence is horrific. AaSRT seeks to help empower women through our self defense / safety awareness classes. If you know someone who could benefit or you feel like they would be interested, feel free to send over our contact information. Just by sharing this...

Constant Complainers in the Work Place

At some point in their career many employees become disillusioned, mad or even very upset about their pay, schedule or workload. The majority of these employees find a way to deal with this by accepting, adapting or moving on. For a few, this consumes their entire day...

Preparedness Drills for your Kids

Preparing our kids for emergency situations is important. If you are interested in AsSRT coming into your schools, companies, or organizations for training's please contact Lou@AaSRT.com or call...

YouTube Headquarters Shooting

Report of an active shooter at the You Tube headquarters in San Bruno, CA today at approximately 9:38 a.m. Additional updates report that shooter is a female and that at least 3 others have been shot. Several news agencies report that suspected female shooter died of...

Using More of Your Senses

We all need to be aware of our surroundings. We also need to know that a change in behavior is a big red flag that shouldn't be ignored. The "if you see something, say something" campaign should include "if you hear, know or suspect something, say something"....

Personal Awareness

Your safety starts with knowing who and what is around you. When you are out in public, don't use your cell phone. Look around for suspicious persons or activity and above all, trust your instincts. If something doesn't feel right, it probably isn't. If someone is...