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Dear Sir Madam

 

I am delighted to introduce you to the Refuse To Be A Victim® crime prevention program.

Enclosed you will find a copy of the program's brochure.

 

Refuse To Be A Victim® is a three to four hour crime prevention seminar, designed by the National Rifle Association, to provide common‑sense information geared toward awareness and avoidance of criminal attack. Certified instructors help seminar participants better understand criminal thinking and provide tips on maximizing home, automobile, telephone, technological, and personal security. Participants learn unbiased information about carjacking prevention strategies; self‑defense training options; and the use of devices such as pepper spray, mace and stun guns.

 

This safety awareness message has been presented in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Additionally, thousands of people have attended seminars and this is what they have to say about

the program:

 

“Everyone should consider the possibility of, and be prepared to defend themselves from a criminal attack. However, if they have not adopted the proven personal safety routines recommended by Refuse To Be A Victim®, then they may have surrendered their option of refusing to be a victim of crime.” Patrick Harris, Executive Director of the Virginia Crime Prevention Association

 

As a Refuse To Be A Victim® certified i

nstructor, I will assist you or others interested in organizing a public or private seminar in your community, at your organization, or at your place of business. If you should have any questions about Refuse To Be A Victim®, please contact intructor  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. vis this link or phone me at 815-484-3356, We look forward to working with you in the future.

 

Thank you again for your interest and remember to stay alert and stay safe!

 

Sincerely,

Safe Training Academy

Refuse To Be A Victim®

 

Please Click the right arrow below to watch a short intro in the class.

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