FEBRUARY 1, 2019
A Barefoot Exclusive Safety Seminar titled, REFUSE TO BE A VICTIM will be conducted by Officer McLeod of the North Myrtle Beach Department of Public Safety.
When: Saturday, February 16, 2019, 9 am - 1 pm
Where: Barefoot Firehouse
Intermissions at regular intervals. Since seating at the Firehouse is limited to 20, and the class size is considered best for the length and depth of the subject matter; acceptance will be on a first come first serve basis. Names will be taken beyond the first 20 as alternates in cases of cancellations and if enough interest is expressed, future seminar attendees will be selected in the order they registered.
If you have an interest to attend this seminar, please email Officer McLeod at: email@example.com or by calling his office at 843-280-5623.
When registering, Officer McLeod will need the following:
NAME (First and Last)
Date of Birth
The subjects to be covered are the following:
REFUSE TO BE A VICTIM
The single most important step toward ensuring your own safety is having a personal safety strategy in place before you need it. NRA’s Refuse To Be A Victim® program teaches the tips and techniques you need to be alerted to dangerous situations and to avoid becoming a victim. Seminars are held across the nation and are open to men and women of all ages. Today, hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement officials from across the nation utilize this popular program in their crime prevention and community policing initiatives. Corporations, educational institutions and community centers have also adopted the program. All told, more than 100,000 people have benefited from these seminars.
We never think a crime can happen to us, until it actually does. While sometimes unfortunate things do happen unexpectedly, it is important to be equipped with the knowledge and skills for personal safety and crime prevention. Having a personal safety strategy in place and knowing the techniques and tactics you can use to avoid becoming an easy victim can help you live smarter and be safer.
“Crimes of Opportunity” are those committed without planning or forethought; when criminals realize they have a chance to commit a crime, they realize the opportunity. In other words, they happen when criminals spot an easy target.
Don’t Be An Easy Target. We can all pinpoint times where we’ve made ourselves an easy target – whether it was keeping our heads buried in our phones, parking in a dimly lit area at night, or leaving our houses or cars unlocked. But there are many more, less obvious situations that make us vulnerable as well. Refuse To Be A Victim® discusses these situations and how to avoid them altogether.