700 Club Features CPPS High Risk Travel

How to Stay Safe When Traveling in a High-Risk World

Increased terrorism around the world means an increased risk for travelers – but that doesn’t mean you need to throw away your passport and stay home.

At the Center for Personal Protection and Safety in Reston, Virginia, instructors help frequent travelers learn how to spot trouble and respond to anything from a terror attack to a pickpocket.

“We’re living in a pretty extreme world environment right now. There have always been risks, but we’re seeing areas that have traditionally been pretty safe to travel to, that as you look at extremism, terrorism–areas like Paris, Nice, France, Belgium, even London – we’re seeing other types of risk that historically just haven’t been there,” said the center’s CEO, Randy Spivey…