Need emergency help? — Call 911.
Want to text instead? — You can’t.
But that doesn’t seem right in this age of digital communication. In fact, today’s youngest tech generation takes pride in never “calling”. Texting is where it’s at.
But this week, the Big Four of cell phone companies [...]
It’s always best to try to prevent burglary. But some recent incidents have made me think more about what I call Burglary Survival.
Your chances of being burglarized are actually very small. But odds are not a comfort if you ARE burglarized. It’s completely awful to come home and find that some hoodlum has [...]
As Police Memorial Week has finished for another year, I’d like to thank the 100 Club of Arizona for its wonderful support of Arizona Law Enforcement and Firefighter families.
The 100 Club was started with the idea of getting 100 people to contribute to the fund for a fallen police officer.
National Police Week is May 15 to 21 this year.
Which is a good time to share the brief stories of five Tempe Officers who didn’t come home at the end of their shifts. Some of them are unknown except for archival documents. The rest are remembered by their parents, siblings, spouses, children and [...]
Overwhelmed by all the technology your kids know about? When did you last do a “parent update” on everything in your kids’ digital world? If the answer is anything less than a month, it’s probably been too long.
It has been said it “Takes a Village” to raise a child, but, today, the Village [...]
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