We all know about everyday gun related tragedies. There are no survival guarantees when it comes to being shot at. Like wearing a seat belt in a car wreck, its a major survival advantage versus not having anything at all for “cover -protection”. While we can not control the environment we live in, We can actively protect ourselves and our loved ones. Although it make take getting used to, being proactive vs. passive against unexpected gun violence is up to you. A little bit of protection can go a long way, it might even save your life. Need we say more . . .
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Our mission at BACKPACK SHIELD is to offer the highest level and quality of practical protection for you or your loved one(s) when they are out in this world. When used properly as a self-defense barrier, it gives you an excellent survival advantage (versus having no bullet resistant protection) should gun fire unexpectantly breakout. Gunfire is virtually always unexpected - School, University, the Shopping Mall, Park, the street, a parking lot, coming back from an evening event etc. This backpack could be a real life saver, and possibly avert many gunpoint initaited crimes (i.e. shooting, attempted kidnapping) - Its a case of dramatically increasing your odds of survival versus the alternative (no ballistic defense).
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School Crime and Safety Statistics from a U.S. Government Report entitled "Indicators of School Crime and Safety 2000 - FACTS -
In a single School Year?
10% of public schools report a felony violent crime on school property to the police.
47% of public schools report misdemeanor crimes to the police.
23% of all ninth-grade students, when asked, reported "carrying a weapon to school in the last 30 days".
10% of all high school students report carrying a weapon to school in the last 30 days.
Nationwide, 16,580 Students were disciplined or expelled for use/possession of firearms on school grounds.
10% of weapons seized on
school property are at elementary schools.
33 Gunshot deaths in 1 day at Virginia Tech (2007).
- According to the CDC there are more than 30,000 gun related homicides (deaths) per year in the USA -
Source: The US House Committee on Education and Labor
The US House Committee on Education and Labor held a full committee hearing on "Best Practices to Make College Campuses Safe." The hearing was conviened by Chairman George Miller, who said, "In the wake of the horrific and senseless violence at Virginia Tech, we must do everything we can to ensure that our nation's college campuses are safe learning environments for students, faculty, and staff members. Today's hearing provided us with a critical opportunity to learn about how the Congress can help colleges and universities to prevent and recover from tragedies and emergencies. Nothing is more important than the safety and well-being of our children, our students, and our loved ones."
It was tragic to have 33 deaths in one day at Virginia Tech, but according to the CDC, every year more than 30,000 persons die by firearms through suicide or homicide. This is the equivalent of the Virginia Tech death toll occurring 2 to 3 times every day. This is not to minimize the tragedy of school shootings; we want the number to be zero. But if we are going to prevent these events, we have to start with placing them in a broader context."
Source: May 15, 2007 The United States House Committee on Education and Labor