Always Be Vigilant
"Empowering women with life changing safety skills."

Always Bev's mission is to educate and empower individuals with skills for personal safety to prevent and defend against sexual assault, predatory behavior and violence.

"We can't eliminate predatory behavior but we can greatly reduce their opportunities. ~Barb Jordan~

Always Bev was created in honor of my sister Beverly, who was tragically killed by her fiancé. Always Bev's commitment and passion is to educate others and prevent this type of predatory behavior.   The Always Bev Personal Safety workshop has been called "life changing," and has been welcomed across the country in universities, businesses and communities.

Having more awareness in your daily routine will allow you to identify warning signs and help keep a safer environment for you, your family and friends. Always Bev will empower you with knowledge that will allow you to see and hear indicators that can potentially cause harm. This course will also provide you with skills that will allow you to make quick decisions, including specific actions to take if ever approached, vulnerable or physically threatened.

We make at least one decision a day that can determine our safety. This class will enlighten you to think daily about your choices as well as your encounters and conversations with people.

"The Always Bev Personal Safety presentation is by far the most important part of my life's journey."  Barb Jordan, Founder, Always Bev.
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Barb Jordan has been featured as a Personal Safety Expert on ABC Good Morning and ABC News-Los Angeles, NBC News-Nashville and Houston, as well as on CBS The Morning Wrap and Inside Edition.  Barb has traveled the world as an elite athlete, coach, broadcaster, and instructor.  As a former collegiate 3X All American, 3X National Champion and 7X Gold Medalist as a USA Softball Team member and Coach,  Barb is experienced in skilled learning and teaching.  As a victim of predatory violence and trauma, Barb channeled her experience and knowledge gained through years of athletics and coaching into studying the skills of vigilance on situational awareness and how to predict unwanted behavior.  Barb is trained in Krav Maga and her instruction provides key fundamentals with the importance of body language, using your voice and self defense techniques.  Barb is also certified in Active Shooting Training.  Always Bev provides the platform through which Barb is able to share her passion of educating others on personal safety at home, campus, work and social environments and how awareness can enable us to recognize warning signs with people or vulnerable situations. Her commitment to preventing violence and crime with her astute teaching style has captivated audiences across the country.  Barb has already positively affected many lives and she welcomes the opportunity to share her knowledge with you.

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Imagine a world where you feel safe and confident in any situation.
These online courses provide you knowledge by creating better awareness to identify potentially dangerous individuals or environments.  Gain understanding for concerning relationships, red flags in personalities and behavior, what to do if approached, followed, or threatened with a weapon, and a plan of action for an array of circumstances where you may become vulnerable.  Recognize that our intuition can play a vital part in keeping us safe.  

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The Always Bev presentation is offered in person and online. The programs are customized specifically for the audience with everyday safety in mind. These courses will empower the attendees with awareness, knowledge and skills to implement at home, work, daily routines and social environments. 

  • Active Shooter Training - This course emphasizes the importance of having a plan in the event of an active shooter.  Active shooting survivors will share their experience as they describe the atmosphere before, during and after a shooting.  Understanding indicators to identify warning signs of potential shooters will be highlighted.  This session includes the keys to Run, Hide and Fight to help prepare your mindset with skills to put into action in a life threatening situation.  

  • Webinars - 60 minute course providing awareness and specific tactics for safety at home, campus and socially.  Gain knowledge on how to identify predatory or concerning behavior with strangers or those that are an acquaintance.  Understand the dangers of alcohol and the violence that can surround it.  Be empowered with skills to stay safe, including how to use your voice in a variety of scenarios.  

  • Sexual Assault Prevention - 90 minute course providing awareness and specific tactics for safety at home, during routines, campus and socially.  Gain knowledge on how to identify predatory or concerning behavior.  Understand the dangers of alcohol and the violence that can surround it.  Be empowered with skills to stay safe, including how to use your voice in a variety of scenarios.  This session includes self defense techniques to escape threatening positions and holds as well as how and where to strike, to get separation for safety.  

  • Violence Prevention - 90 minute course providing safety skills in everyday routines and environments.  This session includes an emphasis on awareness and the warning signs that can lead to violence.  Content will cover threats with a weapon, situational awareness, tactics used for manipulation and persuasion, social media guidelines, concerning or threatening behavior and defining and trusting our most special gift, intuition.


Safety in Numbers

There is safety in numbers. When you have the chance, take somebody with you. If possible try and stay in groups of 3 or more.


Body Language

Your body language should be strong and with a good walking pace. Keep your head and eyes up. Make eye contact with people who approach you or linger in your environment.


Alcohol Warnings

Never take open drinks from somebody you don't know or trust. If you have a drink and decide to put it down, do not pick it back up and finish it's content.


Understand Intrusive Conversations

Understand intrusive conversations and be aware about the personal information you are sharing with others, even if they are a familiar face.


Set Ground Rules

Set ground rules at home, work, and campus for friends, guests and others that enter your inner circle.


Confide in Family and Friends

Confide in your family and friends about a person in your life whose actions are concerning, especially if you have safety concerns for yourself or others.


Stand Firm

Stand firm if your response to somebody is “No.’ Your first thought is typically the right thought. Don't be charmed or manipulated to change your decision. Trust your intuition. Honor your "No."


Report Concerning Behavior

If you are concerned about the behavior of an individual, report it. Some examples include threatening words, intimidation, aggression or stalking.

Dawn Daniels

Assistant Chief of Police WSU


Rosanna Licitra

Founder ROK /Retired Special Agent Homeland Security

Stacy Lim

Retired Sergeant LAPD


Larry Martin

Retired Police Lieutenant

Isaac Payne

Sergeant Madison County Sheriff Department

Dan Traeder

U.S. Army 2nd Ranger Battalion

Barb Jordan has launched the podcast, Always Bev The Ripple Effect.
In Season One Barb tells the story about how her sister Beverly became a victim, by her fiancé, Richard Lewis, who was "too good to be true." It includes interviews with family and friends who had intuition and saw warning signs. The following seasons include an inside look on how to stay safe with experts in Domestic Violence, Social Media, Sex Trafficking, Online Dating and more! This podcast has been used as a learning tool for many as a source of education and awareness. Subscribe for free and be notified of new episodes.

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BARB HAS BEEN MAKING HEADLINES! Check out these latest stories:

May 4, 2024
WOKV Jacksonville JAX JOURNAL:
Personal Safety Expert Barb Jordan, PART 1 and PART 2

April 6, 2024 
WPTF Raleigh Radio

April 4, 2024
KPRC Houston News

March 14, 2024
WSMV Nashville News

March 7, 2024
The Morning Wrap CBS Los Angeles News

March 4, 2024
Condace Pressley - Georgia Student Murdered, Staying Safe On College Campuses

January 19, 2024
Barb Jordan on KPRC Houston Morning News

January 3, 2024
Barb Jordan on the KMA Broadcasting Morning Show

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November 6, 2023
Barbara Jordan on Sports 56 WHBQ

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August 2, 2023 The Courage Effect
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July 9, 2023 Travel Safety 
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May 23, 2023  Intuition
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February 22, 2023
Article on Barb Jordan and her safety workshops at WSU

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January 13, 2023
Barbara Jordan Presents Self-Defense Techniques and Tips
on WSMV Channel 4 News, Nashville

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December 1, 2022
Barbara Jordan ALWAYS BEV Interview
on KABC Channel 7 News, Los Angeles

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March 28, 2022 
Barbara Jordan interview on Good Life Television:

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March 4, 2022 CSUN Today
Barb Jordan interview

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November 14, 2021
Barbara Jordan on iHeartRadio

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October 28, 2021
Barbara Jordan on Inside Edition

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July 23, 2021
Barbara Jordan ALWAYS BEV Interview
on Sports 56 WHBQ, Johnny Hardin, Memphis Tennessee

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Real Sports Talk - SPORTS 56


MAY 22, 2021
Barbara Jordan ALWAYS BEV Interview
on KABC Channel 7 News, Los Angeles

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MAY 2, 2021
Barbara Jordan ALWAYS BEV interview
on KNX-FM, Los Angeles

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OCTOBER 21, 2020

Social Impact Heroes: Why & How Barbara Jordan of ‘Always BEV’ Decided To Change Our World

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Inquiries related to inviting Barb Jordan 
for speaking engagements, interviews, or as a podcast guest, please contact:

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

Human Trafficking:

National Sexual Assault Hotline: