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About Sean L. Taylor

Sean L. Taylor

Sean L. Taylor moved to Las Vegas after transferring to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department from Urbana, Illinois. In February, 2009 Sean received his Detective shield. A self-proclaimed cigar enthusiast, Sean likes to read non-fiction books and short stories. He is also a member of the Public Safety Writer's Association and currently writing a how-to book on the subject of violent crime prevention. A proud native of Chicago, he has been in Las Vegas for eight years.


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September 22, 2009

Death Traps: Maximize safety in common places

Don’t let the aesthetics of Sin City fool you. It can be just as dangerous as it is beautiful. Continue reading »


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September 15, 2009

Hiking Precautions: Four safety tips

Other than tons of entertainment and the World’s most stunning neon-accented architecture, the Las Vegas Valley is also home to many hiking trails. Here’s four tips I learned for hiking safety. Continue reading »


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September 1, 2009

Fast-Fingered Predators: Sin City Pickpockets

With vacationers being among their favorite prey, they infest tourist destinations worldwide. They’re pickpockets, a refined thief that roams a casino near you. Continue reading »


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August 25, 2009

Invisible Thieves:  Four Tips to Minimize Identity Theft

Some find themselves mysteriously unable to purchase homes or cars. Others learn they have criminal backgrounds in places they’ve never been or receive threatening letters from the Internal Revenue Service. These are victims of identity theft. Financially violated by people they’ve never seen. Here’s four tips to minimize your risk of becoming one of them. Continue reading »


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August 18, 2009

Calling All Cars! – Theories on Sin City Traffic Safety

Driving anywhere can be dangerous, but the stakes are higher in Las Vegas. Here’s why. Continue reading »


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