NRA Refuse to be a Victim Course
4HR Block of Instruction
The seminar includes classroom instruction on a variety of crime prevention strategies, from criminal psychology to automobile crimes to cyber crime. Seminars can vary in length, and may be modified to suit the needs of a particular audience. This is not a firearms instruction course, and does not include instruction in physical combat or self-defense. Seminars teach about common weaknesses that criminals may take advantage of, and teaches a variety of corrective measures that are practical, inexpensive, and easy to follow.
Strategies include home security, carjack avoidance techniques, cyber safety, and use of personal safety devices. Students will receive the Refuse To Be A Victim student handbook, NRA Refuse To Be A Victim® brochure, NRA Become A Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructor Brochure, Refuse To Be A Victim® Firearms Supplement, and a course completion certificate. In just three to four hours, you will get the tools you need to develop your own personal safety strategy.
Some of the topics discussed will be:
- The Psychology of the Criminal Mind
- Know what criminals look for in a victim
- Creating a Safe Room & Home Protection Plan
- Situational Awareness and Avoidance Techniques
- Internet and Cyber Safety
- Home & Phone Security
- Carjack Avoidance Techniques
- Automobile & Travel Security
- Personal & Technological Security
- Use of various Personal Safety Devices (Tasers, Stun guns, Batons, Pepper Spray)
- Self-Defense Tools and more!
- Home Invasions and Burglary
- Interacting with the Police
- What to do if you do become a Victim
- How to stop Sliders in their tracks
- Criminal use of Bump Keys and Prevention
- Security Window Film
- The 6 second garage door break-in and how to prevent it.
- Malls & Parking Garages safety concerns
- Layers of Defense and making your home a hard target.
- Mental Preparedness & Controlling Fear
- Lighting, Alarms, Dead Bolts, Windows and more
- Rape Statistics and Prevention
- Banking & ATM Scams
- Cyber fraud & Electronic Theft
- Cyber-stalking & Cyber-bullying
- Workplace & Personal Security
- Local Crime Statistics and much more.
"FBI statistics say 3 out 4 women (75%) will be a victim of a violent crime at some point in their life".
This NRA course focuses on proactive courses of action, rather than reactive. Criminals prefer easy targets. By making yourself more difficult to prey upon, you lessen your risk of criminal attack. That means having a personal safety strategy in place before you need it.
The NRA Refuse To Be A Victim® seminar covers topics that pertain to both men and women. The information covered is appropriate for young adults, women, the disabled, parents, senior citizens etc. In addition, the Refuse To Be A Victim® program materials also include special teaching modules for parents which discusses tips for children ages preschool to college, the handicapped and more. Women-only seminars are also available.
Refuse To Be A Victim® was developed by the National Rifle Association in 1993 in response to nationwide requests for crime prevention seminars. Members of the law enforcement community across the country have endorsed the program. The program is appropriate for teenagers and up. With more than two thousand instructors, seminars have been held in 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Trinidad and Tobago. Tens of thousands of men and women have benefited from the program and its life saving message.
Attendees will receive:
- The Refuse To Be A Victim® Student’s Handbook
- The Refuse To Be A Victim® Student’s Handbook Firearm Supplement
- The Refuse To Be A Victim® Program Brochure
- The Become A Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructor Brochure
- The Refuse To Be A Victim® Seminar Completion Certificate
NRA RSO Course Trail Life
NRA RSO Course Registration
This course teaches the basic duties a Range Safety Officer performs. It provides a through introduction to: The role of Range Safety Officers (RSOs), range Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), range safety briefings, range inspection and rules, emergency procedures and how to clear firearm stoppages and correct malfunctions. The skill acquired in this course require regular practice which should initially take place under the supervision of a qualified individual-such as a NRA Chief Range Safety Officer.
The course goal of this training is to develop NRA Certified Range Safety Officers who possess the knowledge, skills and attitude essential to organizing, conducting and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations.
You must be 21 years of age to take this course.
Minimum length of this course is 9 hours and consist of seven lessons which are the following:
1. Introduction to the NRA Basic Range Safety Officers Course.
2. The Role of the Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating Procedures.
3. Range Inspections and Range Rules.
4. Range Safety Briefing.
5. Emergency Procedures.
6. Firearm Stoppages and Malfunctions.
7. Test and Review (you must pass to be certified).