Refuse To Be A Victim
The most critical step toward ensuring your safety is having a personal safety strategy before you need it. National Rifle Association’s Refuse To Be A Victim program teaches the tips and techniques you need to be alerted to dangerous situations and to avoid becoming a victim. These trainings are approximately 45 minutes (per topic) and are open to men and women of all ages.
The Warrenton Police Department offers this program to community groups, such as churches, schools, neighborhood associations, and medical and retirement facilities, as part of our dedication to reducing and preventing crime by partnering with the community.
Some of the topics our officers can present to your group are:
- Physical security
- Home security
- Automobile security
- Out-of-town travel
- Tech security
- Phone security
- Fraud theft by phone
- Identity theft
- Online shopping security
- Email security
- Social media
- Workplace security
- Safety for parents and children from preschool to high school
- College student safety
- Senior citizens and persons with physical disabilities
- Emergency summoning devices
- Travel tips
- Elderly abuse and caregiver abuse
- Financial abuse
- Domestic violence and stalking
Today, hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement officials from across the nation utilize this popular program in their crime prevention and community policing initiatives. Corporations, educational institutions and community centers have also adopted the program. All told, more than 100,000 people have benefited from these seminars.
For more information on this program, please email Lieutenant Andrew Arnold or call (540) 347-1107.