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As Gun Control Debate Continues, Author Dave Jabas and Owner of Wholesale Locks, Provides Free Kindle Guidebook for Securing Schools and Protecting Children

While the media and lawmakers debate policy and solutions concerning violence in schools, Dave Jabas, veteran expert in high-security locks, electrified hardware and owner of Wholesale Locks, has answers for parents and educators. His recent e-book, We Can Protect Our Children: The Guide To Securing Our Schools and Daycares, explains how simple upgrades and additions to security hardware can keep deadly intrusions at bay and quickly controlled.

Recently featured on Cranberry, the eBook is available as a free Kindle download for Amazon Prime members and $.99 for non-prime members. Jabas encourages those who download We Can Protect Our Children to take it to schools as a guide for conducting a walk-through. Working with school administrators parents can review existing locks, hardware and security devices utilizing the illustrated guidebook.

“My goal is to get this guidebook into as many hands as possible. When we have multiple sets of eyes watching out for each other and identifying weak points, it is much easier to find and solve any security issues,” says Jabas.

Private companies and government agencies have trusted Dave Jabas to handle their most sensitive lock hardware needs since 1977. He has made a career providing consulting on security issues providing hardware and security recommendations for military, Olympic Games and varied mobile command unit zones throughout the world.

“Some people may argue that locks can be defeated. However, the right locks will significantly slow an intruder or discourage the attacker altogether. In situations such as these, giving teachers, administrators, and emergency responders extra time will save lives. When a dangerous situation arises in a school building, the big challenge is to change the status of each vulnerable door from unlocked to locked as quickly as possible,” Jabas notes.

Jabas encourages parents, teachers and school officials to visit the school safety area of his website WholesaleLocks, to see the locks and security systems that are available.

About Dave Jabas

Dave Jabas began his career as a locksmith in 1977, by the late 1980s he began specializing in commercial lock hardware, including high-security locks and electrified hardware. Dave Jabas built, a prominent source for lock hardware and expert advice.

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