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Posted: 11/15/2007 12:56:37 PM EDT
The Bucks County Rescue Squad, at 143 King Street in Bristol PA is sponsoring a "Refuse To Be A Victim " seminar on December 29, 2007

Protect yourself and your family from today's criminal. Attend the National Rifle Association's Refuse To Be A Victim crime prevention and personal safety seminar. You will get the tools you need to develop your own personal safety strategy, including information on:

The Psychology of the Criminal Mind
Home & Phone Security
Automobile & Travel Security
Personal & Technological Security
Self Defense Tools & Training Options
And More

This course of instruction will be conducted under the direction of a retired Emergency Medicine Physician certified as a RTBAV Instructor by the National Rifle Association, the programs author. Other instructors from the Langhorne Rod and Gun Club, inc. may include NRA certified instructors with backgrounds in law enforcement.

Seminar fee $20 per person for the first family member
Additional family members living in the same household may attend for $5.00 each.
Program will be co-educational

December 29, 2007
12 Noon to not later than 4:30
Bucks County Rescue Squad
143 King Street
Bristol, PA 19007

Contact: Kim Dicken at the squad 215 788 0444 or KDicken@BucksCountyRescue.org to register by December 15th!

Location is on the campus of the Lower Bucks Hospital.

I-95 to 413 South. Turn left on route 13. Stay in right hand lane until the "loop turn" at Bath Street. Turn left on Old Orchard Lane (just past the hospital), left on Apple, and right on King.

MAP QUEST address would appear as 900 King street.

Classroom is on second floor, and unfortunately, no elevator yet exists.
Link Posted: 12/2/2007 6:11:08 AM EDT
A nicec gentle way to awaken your family members, including the teens, to the techniques necessary to prevail in today's world.

The teen daughter who wlaks to the train in CC Philly after dark...

The wife who "shops till she drops" and forgets to "clear' the car in the dark parking lot..

The son at college who leaves the windows and doors unlocked...

The friend who travels to far way cities, carrying expensive luggage, and trusts the door chain on the motel door...

The grade schooler that uses the internet chat to troll for new friends...

The shooter who buys all his gear over the internet with a debit card....

All of these threats, and possible mitigation plans will be discussed.

Our first class had home schoolers and their daughters, police officer wives, couples, and seniors.

The invitation stands open.

The deadline to order materials is fast approaching!

Dr. B
Link Posted: 12/2/2007 2:42:55 PM EDT
I have just been informed I am in violation of a "new" program rule established for this site.

All future correspondance related to this course needs to be directed to the contact as listed.

Moderator, as necessary, please delete this thread.

Link Posted: 12/2/2007 7:25:52 PM EDT
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