Refuse to be a Victim Training


THE Crime Prevention and Personal Safety Program from the National Rifle Association of America

This seminar is a nationally recognized crime prevention and personal safety program designed to provide men and women with information that assists in the development of their own personal safety strategies.  

Developed in 1993 by the NRA for women, it became a co-ed program in 1997 and is designed to educate, provide insights on how to control one's environment, and how to improve physical security regardless of your location.  

ICEFDT provides this seminar in a professional environment.  Or, we can come to your location! Click on the link below to contact us about scheduling your seminar today!

What are the Major Topics that the Seminar will address?

During this one-day course, we will cover:

  • Mental Preparedness
  • Physical, Home and Automobile Security
  • Security in the Workplace
  • Out-of-Town Travel Security
  • Technology Security
  • Personal Protection Devices
  • Parents protecting their children
  • College Students - Staying safe on campus

Who should attend?

In today's world, this is such an important seminar focused on developing personal safety and security awareness skills.  Because of the violence in public and in the workplace, the list of attendees could go on and on.  But, the most likely attendees could include:

  • Company Leadership and staff
  • Church administration and security teams
  • Parents
  • College-age students 
  • Individuals wanting to be better informed and educated about personal security at home, in public or at work


Church Organizations - first 5 attendees, free of charge.  A minimum of 25 must register.  Individual price - $35.  

Community groups - depending on number of attendees, between $30 to $35.  

Businesses - negotiable and really depends on volume.  


Conference room location is 11 Taft Court, Rockville, MD. 


What to Bring?

All the training materials will be provided to you on the day of the seminar.  You will need to bring a notebook and pen/pencil.  

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