Refuse To Be A Victim

Refuse To Be A Victim

Millions of Violent and Property Crimes Committed Annually

Safety experts agree the single most important factor in surviving a criminal attack is to have a personal safety strategy in place before it is needed. The Refuse To Be A Victim® crime prevention seminar, a program of the National Rifle Association, is pleased to offer this easy-to-understand information to Wright City and surrounding communities.

Refuse To Be A Victim

Refuse To Be A Victim® is a seminar full of crime prevention and personal safety strategies you can use to develop your own security plan. In just a few hours, you will learn about home, automobile, phone, technology, personal safety — and much more. 

Refuse To Be A Victim


Saturday,  May 17, 2014, starting at 9:00 am

Where?  Private Facility in Wright City, MO

Refuse To Be A Victim

Sometimes hearing others’ stories helps make up your mind to successfully take responsibility for your own personal safety. Read how granny refused to be a victim.

Don’t be a victim. Sign up for a class today!

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Step 2

Pay Tuition

$25 Individual (Includes: Study Guide, Bottled Water, Snacks)
$40 Family Discount, Kids 12 up welcome (Includes: 1 Student Handbook, Bottled Water, Snacks)

CLICK HERE To Pay Securely by Credit Card

OR Make check payable to: Jubil Services

Mail check to: 281 Veterans Memorial Pkwy #77, Warrenton, MO 63383

Seminar Contents

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I. Introduction

II. The Psychology of Criminal Predators

III. Mental Preparedness

IV. Home Security
A. Doors, Windows and Locks
B. Lighting
C. Shrubbery
D. Alarms
E. Dogs
F. Keys
G. Visitors
H. Revealing Your Schedule
I. Mailbox Services

V. Physical Security
A. Awareness, Intuition, Mindset and Boundaries
B. Using Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)
C. Walking
D. Using Elevators
E. Using Buses and Subways
F. Being Cautious When Lights Don’t Function
G. Taking Precautions with Briefcases, Purses, and Wallets
H. Public Laundry Room Safety
I. Public Restroom Safety
J. Other Activities

VI. Automobile Security
A. Approaching, Entering and Exiting Your Car
B. Dealing with Breakdowns
C. Reacting to an Accident
D. Reacting to a Police Car (Marked or Unmarked)
E. Hitchhikers and Strangers
F. Dealing with Road Rage
G. Vehicle Theft Prevention Devices
H. Carjacking

VII. Out-of-Town Travel Security
A. Airport Security
B. Automobile Rentals
C. Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles
D. Public Transportation
E. Accommodations
F. Traveling to a Foreign Country
G. Don’t Forget Back Home

VIII. Technological Security
A. Phone Security
B. Identity (Personal Information) Theft
C. Banking Scams
D. Cyberfraud – Electronic Theft on the Internet
E. Cyberstalking or Cyberbullying – Stalking via the Internet

IX. Self-Defense Physical Training

X. Personal Protection Devices
A. Personal Alarms
B. Tear Gas and Mace
C. Pepper Sprays and Foams
D. Batons
E. Other Devices

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What to Bring?

  • Sack Lunch,  (Refrigerator, Hot water, and Ice Provided)
  • Pen or Pencils,
  • Note-taking Pad
  • Fun Smiles