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Keep yourself safe by learning basic criminal psychology and practicing concepts of avoid risky situations. In addition, learn how to prepare mentally to deal with an attack. The NRA Refuse to be a Victim course covers the most vital topics to keep you from becoming a victim, such as

  • How criminals (predators) think differently
  • How to prepare yourself mentally to deal with an encounter
  • How to make your home more secure
  • How to be safe in your vehicle
  • Remaining physical safe through awareness
  • How to stay safe when traveling
  • Strategies to keep your identity safe while using technology
  • Self defense concepts
  • Devices to aid your personal safety

Whether you spend most of your time at home, work, or school, there are strategies to keep you safer. No one should have to live in fear. But one should not be deluded about the world we all live in. This course will help you identify and avoid many common dangers. Martial arts instructors often say “…the best way to win a fight is to not be there>” Being able to observe key elements of dangerous situations will allow you to not be in the vicinity if and when something bad happens.

Another key point taught by martial art instructors is “…if you look for trouble you will find it.” If something does not feel right, leave. Travel on well-lighted routes with other people visible. Look around and be alert. People focusing on texting or keeping their heads down easily become victims.

Additional instruction may be offered for students, people with disabilities, senior citizens, and those currently in situations that may involve domestic violence. You have a right to feel secure in your person. Refuse to be a victim by contacting Eschaton Defense Training to sign up for the next Safety Awareness Class.