Guns, Radical-Feminism & Ethnocentrism

Apr 16, 2018 |

  Guns, Radical-Feminism & Ethnocentrism: Intolerance, Human Malware as destabilizers contributing to social angst… When this topic came to mind, it did so almost “tongue and cheek” but, my opinions soon evolved into how extremisms we subtly embrace, can be causes for perpetual injustices and when left to their own devices may contribute in the…

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Investigations, Interviews and Other Lawful Investigative Techniques

Mar 22, 2018 |

  Bullet Proofing Your Interviews and Other Lawful Investigative Techniques Business Investigations Conducted in Culturally Sensitive Landscapes. Investigations can be and often are arduous and time consuming. They potentially present an interruption in productivity while taxing resources.  However, investigations are seldom optional.  For all intents and purposes, investigations are a fundamental way of identifying, addressing…

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Excuse Me, There’s An Attorney Here To See You

Feb 1, 2018 |

Imagine if you will, your administrative assistant knocks on your closed door, gingerly stepping in, only to say… “excuse me, sorry to bother you but there is an attorney in the lobby asking to see you”.  It can be a moment of anxiousness However you feel about attorneys it’s likely predicated on one’s personal experience,…

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Thwarting Burglaries

Jan 9, 2018 |

There’s solace in knowing your home is your castle. It’s our sanctuary away from work and the place we ultimately seek refuge from the world’s encroachments. Home is where we invariably control the ingress of those outside of family and friends into our own little abode. Therefore, it stands to reason when someone has entered…

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Let’s Be Careful Out There

Dec 4, 2017 |

It’s that gleeful, robust time of the year when we have the occasion to be festive and celebratory over the upcoming weeks.  Often that entails more than normal shopping, outings and travel. Here’s to wishing everyone the safest and happiest of holidays. Let’s be careful out there. From a crime and social perspective, this year…

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Church Safety

Nov 9, 2017 |

In light of recent, tragic occurrences JWM & Associates, LLC is now offering and scheduling  Instructor Based Training classes for church’s of all denominations who are interested in optimizing safety for their parishioners and staff.  Courses are dynamic, intensive  and chocked with valuable information to include best security practices on how to lessen violent occurrences…

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A Rise In Acerbic Behavior

Nov 1, 2017 |

It seems our social environs are saturated with irresponsible, sometimes persuasive rhetoric. Using a woodsman’s vernacular, “it’s an open season”. Why so much emotional turmoil? It is not a natural occurrence nor is it some phenom that exist in a vacuum. Often, such friction is generated by a variety of beguiled, emotionally charged, vested actors.…

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A Jigger of Humanity: “Risky, Sour, on the Rocks”

Oct 4, 2017 |

Preface:  This Blog was written days before the Las Vegas Route 91 Harvest Festival massacre. While a motive is yet to be determined, at this juncture the incident appears devoid of what many times is foretelling ideology or a religious component. Was there some underlying organic mental disorder or perhaps some financial nexus given Paddock…

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Behavioral Kryptonite™

Aug 19, 2017 |

Although the word Kryptonite was seemingly first associated with mythical heroes, mainly Superman’s fictional universe, today it is seemingly as paralytic in the workplace as it was for the superhero back then.  What is behavioral kryptonite? It is heightened and crippling elements of discord that lends itself to incivility in and out of the workplace.…

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Our Government’s Diffused and Unsettling Drug Initiative

Apr 6, 2016 | Comments Off on Our Government’s Diffused and Unsettling Drug Initiative

It seems befitting the National RX Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit was held in Atlanta, Ga, this past week.  Atlanta and its suburbs has been the home to an unheralded number of Heroin overdoses and deaths, of late.  Atlanta’s demographics are ripe for focalizing on why people in big cities and their suburbs oftentimes lend…

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