Since the attacks of September 11, 2001, there are some 4,000 fewer police officers in Michigan responding to 911 calls for service. The first 3 to 6 minutes of any violent incident belong to YOU.
There have been 979 acts of violence world-wide in 2017 resulting in 5,668 fatalities.
Violence in our communities is a reality we can no longer ignore. Regardless if you’re at work, seeing a movie, shopping at the mall, or attending worship, you MUST have a planned response to acts of violence. While police, fire departments, and EMS are trained to quickly respond, the first several minutes you are on your own.
Responding to Acts of Violence is an immensely popular session for businesses and organizations that want to give their employees and members practical tools and increased confidence to protect themselves at work and at home. This hands-on training is designed to increase your situational awareness and give you tactics to avoid, survive, and escape dangerous situations using proven law enforcement techniques.
In this 2-3 hour course we’ll discuss current events and violent trends that, unfortunately, create a need for every citizen to be prepared with a planned response. You’ll actively participate and learn how to:
Fee: TBD, depending on class size and format.
Let’s talk. Contact Henry Reyna to get the right training for your organization or group.
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Active Shooter Training Open to the public.
JANUARY 26TH 6PM