Forensic handwriting analysis – Obtaining handwriting samples

When crime scene investigators (CSIs) come across a document that is part of a crime, a forensic handwriting analyst must determine whether the handwriting is consistent with the person suspected of having written it. writing or if the writing is a forgery. To make this determination, the handwriting examiner will need several standard handwriting samples, … Read more

Vigilance: The Solution to America’s Growing Crime Problem

“We are a nation of laws,” exclaimed numerous politicians who were themselves former lawyers. God forbid they were defense attorneys before assuming political office. Each state has a series of criminal and vehicle codes that run into hundreds if not thousands of pages. And each code specifies the type of punishment given to the offender. … Read more

Armament of teachers and cashiers

Every time there is a school shooting, we hear about arming teachers with guns. With all the bank robberies out there, we’ve never heard of arming bank tellers with guns. The American people say that bank tellers are not important enough to be insured. Shortly after the Columbine shooting the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčarming teachers with … Read more

History of Chinese Kung Fu

Kung fu is one of the most well-known examples of traditional Chinese culture. It is probably one of the earliest and most enduring sports that use both the muscles and the brain. Kung Fu theory is based on classical Chinese philosophy. Throughout its long history, it has developed as a unique combination of exercise, practical … Read more

Does your training reflect reality?

I was looking through my rather impressive bookshelf recently when I realized that my literary tastes are a little…obscure. I wish I was talking about dark, as in vampires or medieval times or even your basic murder mystery. No, I mean I have books on ancient martial arts, terrorism, firearms, police survival, edged weapons, stalking … Read more