Hidden In Plain Sight: Disguised & Improvised Weapons

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Hidden in Plain Sight: Disguised &Improvised WeaponsA Free Web ResourceDeveloped by Chris Dorn for Safe HavensInternational 2006 Safe Havens International and Chris DornAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

DisclaimerSafe Havens InternationalThis slideshow is intended as a training resourcefor educators, police officers, public safetyofficials and other youth advocates. SafeHavens International takes no responsibility fordamage caused by the use of this information.As with any school safety measure, screening fordisguised weapons is only one part of aneffective school safety strategy.www.safehavensinternational.org

Safe Havens InternationalMost of the items that you areabout to see Cost under 10.00 Can be purchased over the counter in mostareas of the country Are available by mail order and on-line. . . And some are probably present in your schoolif you do not have a comprehensive weaponsscreening programwww.safehavensinternational.org

Hairbrush daggers made ofstrong plastic (designed to beat ametal detector)An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

A deadly chain . . .An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

. . . when used as metal knucklesor to choke a victim.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Umbrella with 9 inch steel spikeAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Popular metal knucklesdisguised as jewelryAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Metal knuckles made in aschool’s machine shopAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Crucifix knife with 1.25 inch steelbladeAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Belt buckle knife – one of manyversions availableAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Ordinary containers ?Or covert hiding places for harmful contraband ?An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

A literary excursion ?Or a common subterfuge ?This homemade hiding place was created by someone tryingto get drugs into prison. Many versions are commerciallyproduced and available for purchaseAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Look what can fit into thispurse:An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Sword caneAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Weighted cane with a 5 lb brass dog’shead – no blade but deadlynonetheless.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Tennis anyone?This setup was carried around by a gang member for severalweeks and used in a shooting before he was caught using the“Home Search” technique. Did no one think it odd for a knowngang member to be carrying a 5 pound tennis racket bag at 2amin an area with no tennis courts within miles?An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Earring knife with 3/4th inchsteel bladeAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Lipstick knives - cheap and popularAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Teargas pengun - many types canbe altered to fire pistol ammunition.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Popular charm knives, obviouslydesigned with children in mind.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Popular pens . . . . . Of course they have to be weapons too. Thetop one is a “roach clip” for holding a joint.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Metal knuckle rings with spikes & hiddencompartment for drugs.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Three angle knife with arm orleg holster.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

More Novelty Keychain KnivesAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Impact weapon keychainAn IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Common kubaton daggers.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Small pocket knives the weaponof choice in school -- it’s not a weapon untila fight begins and thestudent rememberswhat they have in theirpocket.An IRS approved non-profit school safety center

Safe Havens InternationalDISGUISED WEAPONS WILL BEPRESENT IN ANY PUBLIC ORPRIVATE SCHOOL WITHOUT ACOMPREHENSIVE WEAPONSSCREENING PROGRAM.KEEP AN EYE OUT FORTHEM!For more information on disguised weapons or our weapons detectiontraining programs, e-mail chris@weakfish.orgwww.safehavensinternational.org

DISGUISED WEAPONS WILL BE PRESENT IN ANY PUBLIC OR PRIVATE SCHOOL WITHOUT A COMPREHENSIVE WEAPONS SCREENING PROGRAM. KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THEM! For more information on disguised weapons or our weapons detection training programs, e-mail chris@weakfish.org

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