Personal security awareness is a way of life. It is not a lock on the door or a firewall on a computer but rather a mindset.
For twenty-years we have been learning, practicing and honing our skills at personal security awareness. Being responsible for one’s safety is not the same as being paranoid but rather; having the belief that the more aware you are, the harder it is for things to go bad.
Developing this line of thinking does not happen overnight but being exposed to the issues of physical, cyber and lifestyle challenges can make you start to develop a different approach – one that will keep you safer.
Wendy and Charles come form different backgrounds and experiences and thru twenty years of conversation and action have blended their experiences and education into a concise four-hour seminar. Whether in your home, walking the streets, driving your car, surfing on-line or answering the phone or door – we have something to say.
Charles started in computers and security in the early seventies when he was a member of the elite Army Security Agency and has continued to be involved in computers and security to this day. Serving as the first Information Security Officer for Quinnipiac University he earned the coveted Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP #50745) certification and holds it to this day. He has lectured at seminars at M.I.T. and Boston University on cyber security topics and testified in legal cases regarding cyber-crimes. He has been a safe firearms owner with a Connecticut state permit since 1986 and competed for the Connecticut state pistol team at the National Pistol Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio.
Wendy got started in personal awareness and protection twenty years ago. While driving her children home in a minivan they had encounter with a stranger with criminal intent.
She is both a certified firearms instructor and has taught hundreds of people how to be both safe and effective with firearms. She has attended seminars on self-defense, laws about self-defense.
Refuse To Be A Victim focus on you using everything to defend yourself from any attack. It is not focused on one solution but more a philosophy of awareness and preparedness to handle all situations.
Safety experts agree the single most important step toward ensuring your personal safety is making the conscious decision to Refuse To Be A Victim®. You stand a much better chance of preventing criminal attack if you develop a safety plan before you need it. That is why the Refuse To Be A Victim® crime prevention seminar was developed. It is a program of the National Rifle Association.
The seminar teaches easy to understand methods you can use to increase awareness and prevent criminal confrontation. In just four hours, you will get the tools you need to develop your own personal safety strategy, including information about:
The Psychology of the Criminal Mind
Home & Phone Security
Safety In the work place
Automobile & Airport and Travel Security
Personal & Technological Security
Cyber Stalking and Bullying
Self Defense Devices and Training Options
Parents & Children
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