Refuse To Be A Victim

Personal security seminar

The ‘Refuse To Be A Victim’ is a simple and effective personal safety and crime-prevention seminar.
It encompasses a great amount of crime and victimization schemes commonly perpetrated by scammers and criminals. The seminar covers scenarios relevant to everyday life, and focuses on outlining their relevance to people in different situations – individuals, families, children, parents, business people, travel, school, seniors etc.

To schedule a seminar at your organization please contact us. To see scheduled seminars please refer to the calendar.

Covered topics include:

• Psychology of Criminal Predators
• Mental Preparedness
• Home Security
• Physical Security
• Workplace Security
• Parents and Children From Pre-School to College
• Teenagers’ security concerns
• Senior Citizens
• Automobile Security
• Out-Of-Town Travel Security
• Technological Security
• Self-Defense Physical Training
• Personal Protection Devices
• Persons With Physical Disabilities
• Domestic Violence

Hundreds of federal, state, and local law enforcement officials across the country have implemented ’Refuse To Be A Victim ‘ seminars into their crime prevention and community policing initiatives.
In light of the recent increase in home and vehicle invasion incidents in the area, as well as the tragic events in Israel, RTBAV seminars would be most appropriate for the community. Educators and school faculty are especially encouraged to participate in a seminar, in order to raise awareness and transfer key elements and the overall mindset of the course to their students.

Who Benefits From This Seminar?

This effective seminar is very beneficial for individuals and families, but is especially recommended for those in higher risk brackets, such as the elderly, teens, single women, people living alone and people with disabilities.
It is strongly recommended for school faculty, nursing home staff and community organizations such as EMS, JCC, YMCA and similar establishments.
A grant to cover the expenses of the program might be issued to your institution by the governing agency.
Should you be interested in a seminar, please do not hesitate to contact us at your convenience.

The seminar is accompanied by display samples of effective security devices as well as a booklet & brochure summarizing most of the seminar material and additional information.