Predatory Danger Signs
Again situational awareness and mindset.
Be alert for predatory danger signs that usually signal an increased probability of attack. These signs include excessive or prolonged eye contact; people who approach you deliberately or move with you as you move; predatory movements such as circling, splitting up, or trying to get behind you and people who try and herd you towards a low visibility, isolated ambush point.
Other signs include the use of distractions such as someone asking for directions, or for a light, or physically bumping into you; people who quickly enter your personal space; people who are deliberately following you and people who wear inappropriate clothes such as a heavy jacket in warm weather which can conceal a blunt force weapon.
Pay attention to your surroundings (situational awareness). If something seems unusual, start to increase your defensive posture. Your behaviors and actions should signal to a predator that you would be a hard target and that you pose such a…
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