Sunday, April 28, 2013
Michigan Personal Protection Tip: Don't Entertain Visitors At The Back Door
One way to increase your odds of staying safe is to not allow entry to your place of business via a back door. These portals to your venue are often adjacent to alleys, are poorly lit, and potential witnesses to any misdeeds are not present.
From a bad guy's perspective, it is easier to mount a surprise attack from a rear entrance whereby his arrival may not be noticed until it is too late.
In fact, just yesterday while I was in my barber's chair getting my weekly haircut, there was a sudden loud banging at the back door. My barber was acting as if he didn't hear it. So, I brought it to his attention and let me know in clear and in no uncertain terms that if the visitor had noble intentions, he would enter the shop through the front door where he could be seen and captured on the video cameras.
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