By Lars Dalseide | July 9 2011 11:39

Houston, Texas - NRA's Refuse To Be A Victim® seminars have been used by hundreds of federal, state, and local law enforcement officials across the country as part of their crime prevention and community policing initiatives. Even corporations, such as Aramco down in Houston, Texas, hosted a Refuse To Be A Victim® booth at their Annual Safety Fair. Here's more:

Refuse To Be A Victim® instructor Casimer 'Casey' Stawicki has been a prepares for the Aramco Annual Safety Fair in Houston, Texas on NRAblog. Refuse To Be A Victim® instructor Casimer 'Casey' Stawicki talking to the crowds at the Aramco Annual Safety Fair in Houston, Texas on NRAblog.

Casimer "Casey" Stawicki has been a part of NRA's Refuse To Be A Victim® programs for a few years now. A tireless worker, Casey holds seminars, teaches classes, and recently made a splash at the Aramco Annual Safety Fair.

There along side representatives from the Houston Police Dept., Harris County Emergency Management, Aramco Security and the Department of Homeland Security, Casey explained to the crowds how a few hours of learning a variety of personal safety tips and techniques can help anyone avoid dangerous situations and avoid becoming a victim.

"It's important to get out into the community so they know what the NRA has to offer," explained Stawicki. "Appearing at Aramoc's Safety Fair is just one example of how we can reach more people with our life saving seminars."

If you'd like to find a Refuse To Be A Victim® seminar near you, or if you're interested in becoming a Refuse instructor, just visit their website at www.nrahq.org/rtbav or contact Ruthann Sprague at 703-267-1394 rsprague@nrahq.org.

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