JJC Offering “Refuse to be a Victim” Courses for Community Members Thanks to NRA Foundation Grant

Personal safety is a very important issue, and thanks to a grant from the NRA Foundation, JJC is offering a special course that will teach attendees how to avoid dangerous situations and take necessary precautions to avoid becoming a victim.

Attendees will learn personal safety tips and techniques needed to avoid dangerous situations including carjacking, cyber attacks, home security, domestic violence, stalking and more. Classroom instruction will include psychology of criminal predators, common weaknesses criminals take advantage of, use of personal safety devices, mental preparedness and a variety of crime prevention strategies that are practical, inexpensive and easy to follow.

The course is open to everyone, and offers a discounted enrollment of $5 for seniors, students and survivors. A variety of dates are available in September and October.

To learn more about class dates and to register, call 815-280-1555 or visit https://dynamicforms.ngwebsolutions.com/ShowForm.aspx?RequestedDynamicFormTemplate=68aa06ba-5955-4a0c-81f0-a1bd12b34680

Note: This NRA training seminar is not a firearms instruction course and does not include instruction in physical combat self-defense.

For more information about the program, visit: https://rtbav.nra.org/

 

 

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