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. This seminar is packed full of quick, easy, inexpensive personal safety tips that average citizens can use to avoid dangerous situations altogether. Seminars can vary in length (usually three to four hours), and they may be modified to suit the needs of a particular audience. This is not a firearms instruction course, and it does not include any physical exercises or hand-to-hand defensive drills. Instead, this seminar exposes common perceived weaknesses that criminals may seize upon, so people can take proactive steps to avoid being victimized. Topics include:     What makes an “easy target” and how to avoid being one    Psychology of the criminal mind    Creating a safe room and home protection plan    Cyber safety & technological security    Home and phone security    Carjacking avoidance techniques    Automobile and travel security    Using various personal safety devices    Home invasion and burglary prevention    Self-defense tools & resources The Refuse to Be a Victim® seminar is designed by the National Rifle Association to help people make themselves more difficult to prey upon. This course includes topics relevant to men, women, young adults, the disabled, parents, senior citizens, and even teenagers preparing new environments away from home. It can also be tailored for closed enrollment or private offerings to women’s groups, families, churches, businesses, and others. For more information about the RTBAV core curriculum, visit the NRA RTBAV website. If you’re interested in bringing this seminar to your business, school, church, or private group, please feel free to contact us.