Refuse To Be A Victim personal safety and crime prevention seminar

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 8040 Roswell Rd Sandy Springs GA 30350  See map

Experts agree that the single most important step toward ensuring your personal safety is making the decision to refuse to be a victim. That means having a personal safety strategy in place before you need it.  One of the most effective ways to develop one is to attend a nationally-recognized Refuse To Be A Victim(R) seminar. In this four-hour seminar you will learn about:

The Psychology of Criminal Predators: how to identify and avoid criminal encounters

Home Security: inexpensive and effective ways to make bad guys go elsewhere

Technology Security: how to protect your personal information and your identity

Automobile Security: how to keep yourself safe in and around your car

Physical Security: how to recognize and avoid dangerous situations and how to escape them if you can’t avoid them

Self-Defense Physical Training: how to find and evaluate classes and make the most of them

Personal Protection Devices: how to find the right options for you and how to learn to use them effectively

Where: Sandy Springs Shooting Range (please note this is not a firearms course)

When: Saturday, August 25, 1PM-5PM Who: Adults and teenagers accompanied by their parents

Cost: $10 per person

To reserve your seat, please call Sandy Springs Shooting Range at (770) 394-4867.

This seminar is offered by Dunwoody resident Matt Podowitz as a service to the community. Any fee charged is solely to cover the cost of participant materials and venue. If you are affiliated with a homeowners association, neighborhood watch group, house of worship, parent-teacher association, swim club or other community organization whose members could benefit from this seminar, please contact Mr. Podowitz via his website at www.novictims-atlanta.info for information about how to schedule a seminar for your members.


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