Do you have a safety plan to protect yourself and your family during a high stress and highly dangerous situation? If you are like most people, you wear your seat belt when driving or riding in a car, have a smoke detector in your home and wear your seat belt when flying. Like most, you may even have a fear of flying and you probably are not a big fan of turbulence. People often take precautions or have a plan when it comes to auto accidents, house fires and flying on commercial aircrafts, but many have never taken the time to address their personal safety or that of their loved ones. Consider these stats: You are 52x’s more likely to experience violence than a car crash; You are 229x’s more likely to be violently assaulted than for your house to catch fire; and you are 1,000x’s more likely to be murdered than die in a plane crash. Stats like these confirm we need a safety plan to protect ourselves and our families.
Personal Safety Expert David Nance has been training law enforcement officials across the country on how to use pepper spray correctly and effectively for over fifteen years. Realizing the dangers that everyday citizens also face, he decided that teaching the general public how to protect themselves was equally important. With this fact in mind, Mr. Nance joined with elite law enforcement instructors to develop the SABRE Personal Safety Academy that teaches civilians how to protect themselves and their loved ones. In order to make the right decisions during or before an attack, an individual must be emotionally and mentally prepared, and this program teaches its students these skills.
The SABRE Personal Safety Academy equips civilians with the mental and practical knowledge to outsmart the bad guy and possibly even prevent an attack from occurring. They are taught how to properly deploy pepper spray for maximum effectiveness and user safety. Ultimately, this world-class program help prepare its students for high stress situations. This program helps individuals protect themselves at a safe distance and escape to safety. SABRE Personal Safety Academy students leave feeling more prepared, confident, and responsible for their personal safety. Visit http://www.sabrered.com/personalsafetyacademy to sign up for the next SABRE Civilian Safety Awareness Program in your area.