Refuse To Be A Victim: Tell Your Friends, Save A Life

RTBAV2R.jpgRefuse To Be A Victim® is a nationally-recognized crime-prevention seminar program endorsed by law enforcement agencies and state governments across the country. One of the only programs of its kind, and the only one to require instructor certification, this program equips participants with the knowledge and attitude necessary to avoid criminal encounters and survuve them if they cannot be avoided. In this article, we go “behind the scenes” of this innovative program and explore why neighborhood associations, homeowners associations, civic associations or houses of worship might want to sponsor a Refuse To Be A Victim® crime-prevention seminar for its members.

Note: No Victims’ founder and many other Certified Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructors offer to lead crime-prevention seminars for only the cost of participant materials (typically $5 per participant). Continue reading

Refuse To Be A Victim(R) Crime-Prevention Seminar @ The Glenwood 5/12

S.A.F.E. (Safe Atlanta For Everyone) and The Glenwood are pleased to announce open registration for S.A.F.E.’s first community Refuse To Be A Victim® crime-prevention seminar, to take place at The Glenwood on May 12, 2009 from 6:00PM-9:00PM. Co-Sponsored by S.A.F.E. and The Glenwood, this seminar is being offered as service to the Southeast Atlanta community for only $5 (the cost of the student materials plus shipping), plus the cost of any food or drink participants choose to order from The Glenwood’s award-winning menu before, during or after the seminar. To register for the seminar, please complete the online registration form before May 8, 2009. After you complete the registration form you will receive an email with instructions on how to complete the registration process. This seminar will accommodate a maximum of 32 participants on a first-registered, first-served basis, so please register early! S.A.F.E. plans to co-sponsor other seminars in Southeast Atlanta in the near future if you are unable to attend this seminar. Continue reading