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Tragic Girl’s Life Could Have Been Saved By One Simple Device
Monday, May 13, 2019 | By Rachel Manfield
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Six years ago. It was a perfect day. A sunny 72° with a light breeze. Paul Davidson and his daughter Christine were at the mall, shopping for a dress for the Snowflake Dance. The last dance of middle school.

“I’d accidentally left my wallet in the car,” Davidson, then 46, said. “I asked Christine to get it for me.”

That was the last time Paul Davidson saw his daughter.

Police say it may have started as a robbery. There were signs of a struggle. Davidson’s car door was left open, and his keys were laying on the ground. Davidson’s wallet was gone. But there was some blood on the top of the car. An analysis of the blood showed that it was Christine’s.

There were passersby just 100 feet from where Christine was abducted, but no one saw or heard a thing. Christine Davidson’s whereabouts are still unknown.

But Paul Davidson has focused his life on making sure that his nightmare doesn’t become anyone else’s reality, by creating the Safe Personal Alarm.

Davidson began work on the device a few years after his daughter went missing.

“The number-one reason that leads to successful kidnappings is the victim isn’t or cannot make noise,” Davidson, now 52, says. “The kidnapper tries to keep the victim’s mouth shut.”

So Davidson had two main focuses when developing Safe Personal Alarm: To make it as accessible as possible and as loud as possible.

“The ability to easily make noise is crucial in a kidnapping situation,” police say.

The device easily attaches to purses, keys, and backpacks. It’s also small enough to fit in your pocket. But it packs a wallop.

A single device is capable of creating a 125db to attract attention and scare away potential assailants. To compare, it’s the same volume as a military jet during takeoff.

It’s also simple to use. Rather than having a button that could easily be pressed by accident, the Safety device has a pin. Once pulled, the device emits an ear-piercing sound for up to 30 continuous minutes, or until the pin is re-inserted. It can be reused over and over.

Davidson is hoping for more than just a kidnapping deterrent. He wants to help stop all kinds of crimes.

“It can be used for so many different things,” Davidson says. “Parents can give it to their kids as an extra layer of protection. Teenagers can use it so they can feel safe walking home. Women can know it’s there when they have to use the parking garage at night. I’ve given it to all the women in my life, including my 78 year old mother. I like knowing that she can use it to sound for help if she falls or feels threatened. I just wish I had come up with this years ago.”

His voice trails off. It’s clear that his daughter remains heavy on his mind.

Then he wipes his eyes, offers a firm handshake, and is off. Paul Davidson has a Women’s Against Violence meeting to attend. He’s the guest of honor.

People have come from around the country to see him. Every single one of them was helped by the Safety device in one way or another.

"It saved my daughter’s life," one grateful mother says. "I don’t know what would have happened if she didn’t have it with her."

Paul Davidson knows that what happened to Christine was not for nothing. He can see it in the face of everyone he’s helped.

Police note that violent crime has risen in 2018, particularly in the last month.

But it’s not all bad news. Police are also noticing a trend when the Safe Personal Alarm is used.

“The loud noise disorients the criminal,” police say. “It throws a wrench in their plans, and they retreat.”

They’re noticing that the victims are usually unharmed.

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9 Comments

Roxi Overo · Tyler, Texas
Is the alarm re-usable or can you only use it once?
· Reply · 84 · 10:13 AM
Cheryl Rackers · Perry High School, Perry, GA
You can use it over and over again as many times as you want. You just pull the chain away from the body to sound the alarm, and then push it back in to turn it off. It’s super easy to use, I really like it.
· Reply · 55 · 3:55 PM
June Zukowski Spelman · Worcester State College
Bought 8 and gave them to sisters, daughters, nieces and grand nieces and one for me. They really appreciated this safety gift.
· Reply · 38 · 5:10 PM
Mandy Simmons · Chicago, Illinois
I have to admit... I am guilty of thinking that "it will never happen to me" but after reading this, I decided to pull the trigger and I ended up buying 5 personal alarms... one for myself, and planning to give the others to my sister and friends.
· Reply · 32 · 6:58 AM
Clay Matthew Pirtle · Home Depot
My daughter was heading off on a college co-op to Ohio and I wanted her to have an additional personal protection device. She has pepper spray but, as a dad, I was still concerned. Bought this Safe Personal Alarm and wondered if it would really be loud. It is! It's a "grenade" style device whereby you pull the pin to activate it. The pin requires a fairly firm tug, which helps reduce the chance of accidentally triggering it. If you choose to test it indoors--which you probably will--be ready to plug the pin back in quickly because it is that loud. The idea is that once you've pulled it off your key chain, it will continue to sound and an attacker won't be able to turn it off. It's about the size of car entry fob. I hope my daughter will never have to use it, but if she does, I feel confident that this little thing will do its job in scaring away an attacker.
· Reply · 43 · 10:22 AM
Brent Wallace · Alessandra Gallo Jewellery
For those of you who dont know how loud this thing is...Here are some references to compare to:
A lawnmower is about 90 decibels.
A jackhammer is 100 decibels.
A live rock music show is roughly 110 decibels.
A chain saw or a thunderclap are about 120 decibels.
A military jet aircraft take-off from aircraft carrier (50 feet away) is 130 decibels.

150 decibels will rupture one's eardrums.

· Reply · 72 · 8:37 AM
Gladys Sanford · Worcester State College
I ordered a dozen. gave one to a co-worker, a few days later she used it. The alarm. Scared the man and he took off the other way. It’ was
· Reply · 22 · 6:44 PM
Wilma Kingsleigh · Indiana University Kokomo
This would be perfect for my mom! shes a senior citizen (67 years old) and doesn't always feel safe walking around by herfself. plus, she can use it to call for help in case she ever falls down
· Reply · 36 · 12:05 PM
Paul Bryant · Ricky J
Great device but it is also a good idea to stay off your cell phone when walking across a dark parking deck. You really need to be aware of what is going on around you.
· Reply · 18 · 7:55 PM
Laura Sylvia · Los Angeles Lakers by Citizen Sports
Thanks. I will definitely buy for myself & my kids. God bless u.
· Reply · 24 · 7:28 AM