Preparedness for Kids
Get your kids involved in disaster preparedness. It's fun for everyone and they can be a helpful asset in an emergency.
Gone in 90 Seconds
When the stuff hits the fan and your family has to bug out, preparedness—and the right gear—will help keep you alive.
The Mental Trigger
We continue to express the importance of having a defensive plan.
When Times Get Tough
While stocking up on guns and ammo, don't forget to have a good cache of spare parts.
Go through these steps often, and you will be better prepared to face a threat.
Staying alert and aware is taxing enough; around the holidays it can be nearly overwhelming. Sheriff Jim reminds us that constant vigilance is always a worthwhile aim.
Even if you think you may never need one, having a bag filled with supplies that you can grab at a moment's notice can make all the difference in an emergency.