Hersh Sandhoo and The Women’s Personal Safety Network
Hersh Sandhoo and Samuel Scott are the Founders and Executive Directors of The Women’s Personal Safety Network (theWPSN). TheWPSN is a free online community that provides women with articles, tools and resources on personal, home, vehicle, travel, child, teen and college safety. TheWPSN was created by Elite Personal Safety Systems, LLC. (EPS Systems), another personal protection company that Hersh Sandhoo founded.
The goal of EPS and theWPSN is to end violence against women by teaching:
- Awareness of the most common dangers to women
- How to be aware of your surroundings
- How to avoid a predator’s victim profile
- How to escape life-threatening situations
- Highly effective and easy-to-learn self-defense
The web site posts a variety of different articles on safety tips from, “Halloween Safety Tips for Children” to “College Campus Safety for Women.” You’ll also find news on current upcoming events like women’s safety seminars and personal safety workshops.
Hersh Sandhoo and his co-founder have made it free to become a member of The Women’s Personal Safety Network. As a member of theWPSN community you gain exclusive access to:
- Self-Defense and Safety Tips
- Online Tools and Safety Resources
- Discounts on various products and services
- Interact with EPS Systems Staff, Certified Instructors and Community Members
- Consumer Reports
- Safety Device Reviews and Instructions
- Media discussions and alerts
Additionally, as a member of theWPSN, you are part of the movement to end violence against women. There a variety of different groups in the community including survivors, college students, parents, teenagers and certified protection instructors. You also have the option to follow the community on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and MySpace. Members are prompted with the option to sign up for the EPS Systems free personal safety e-mail newsletter to keep up-to-date on trends, resources, events, company news and more.
If you’re wondering what Hersh Sandhoo knows about personal safety—the answer is, a lot. Hersh has trained a team of instructors to teach the safety programs offered to members. He has also helped train a group of 30 personal protection specialists and some of the specialists helped The United States Secret Service protect President Clinton and provide perimeter support. Hersh Sandhoo has taken law enforcement training on defensive tactics.