Defense Against Crime


Carry Pepper Spray When You´re Jogging

Filed under: Crime Prevention,Pepper Spray Information — peppereyes @ 4:15 PM

  Have you read the headlines

* Police are searching for two men who assaulted a woman while she was jogging in a Chula Vista park. Police say the 23-year-old woman was jogging when the men attacked her from behind.

* The 32-year-old wife of a police officer was attacked while jogging and saved by a passerby who intervened. Other female joggers in this same area have been attacked in a similar manner by their assailant.

* A University of Wisconsin student was assaulted while jogging alone Sunday

* A 35-year-old woman had just finished jogging about noon above Point Dume State Beach when the assailant grabbed her from behind. She struggled with the man before breaking free and jumping over the beachfront cliff.

* 17 Year-Old Chelsea King body was discovered in a shallow, lakeside grave, allegedly killed by a registered sex offender while jogging in a San Diego Park.

You´re always at risk when you´re  running, walking or Jogging, Even if you´re carrying pepper spray, stick to well  traveled streets. Avoid shortcuts through wooded areas, parking lots, or alleys. Run   or walk with a partner or a dog, don´t wear headsets, carry a cell phone. Carry pepper spray.

By Victor Swindell, owner of, a division of Swindell Enterprises. is dedicated to assist those people who are unwilling to become a victim and are taking personal responsibility to protect themselves, and their families with our pepper spray, stun guns, and other personal security products. In today’s society being equipped mentally and physically is no longer an option.



  1. Excellent informative article about what women can do to keep themselves safe.


    Comment by wildfire — 20/03/2010 @ 2:10 PM

  2. […] it’s like having a sign on your back that says “victim”. Hundreds of women are sexually assaulted every year jogging on trails, and dozens […]


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