Tony Newsom

According to recent statistics, at any given time, there are more than 5,000,000 Internet Pedophiles online!

If you checked one or more of the above, then the following article may be the most eye-opening one you'll ever read. The important thing to remember is that you're not alone. Most parents -- married or single -- have asked themselves these kinds of questions. In my 27 years of experience in protective services, including my career as a full time Los Angeles Police Officer, I've found that the reason parents have these concerns is because they simply don't understand the gravity of crime, it's boundaries or the nature of predators.

Lets take it a step further and break down those totals into approximate hours:

Did you know ... that predators diligently plan out who their next victim will be? Did you know that you (parents, educators and students) can finally learn what to do and what not to do to help you avoid from becoming a victim of a crime ? Yes, it's true! You can learn to live a safer life, and how to teach your family to do the same. And the best part is that you can do it easily and effortlessly by being yourself -- and you Do NOT need to become a black belt in karate for it to work.

When you read this article in its entirety, you'll discover how to tap into the power that all police officers have learned to tap into to -- whether you want to:

The personal protective method I'm about to reveal to you is not based on theory, guesswork or the "psycho-babble" that's disseminated by pop psychologists, self-help books and women's magazines. Unlike other resources that claim to help you understand the criminal mind, my strategy is based on real-life feedback from thousands of real-life criminals and the law enforcement officers who tracked them down, apprehended them and put them away for bringing harm to many women, children and their family members.

“Newsom Knows Whereof He Speaks.” —Los Angeles Times, October 1993

"Newsom is a moving mountain of energy.”….SUSAN BYRNES. Los Angeles Times, October 1993

What special quality, trait, or personality does that officer have that people find amazing and draws them like a magnet to him in times of fear?

Unlike your average person, police officers receive thousands, upon thousands of hours training hours on public safety.

From the moment that a new recruit enters the police academy, he/she is taught to think like a cop. If I had to only use two words to sum up what that thought process was, it would be, that they are taught to think Safety First.

The type of information and safety precautions that a recruit receives are relatively available to them from the moment they start the police academy and continues to be available to them throughout the duration of their career.

“Awesome! I sincerely hope that many individuals will take these tips to heart and in...

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