By Kerrin Brinkman | April 18 2012 14:43

NRA Refuse To Be A Victim program logo Wheeling, Illinois - Refuse To Be A Victim® Program Coordinator Ruthann Sprague has been a busy woman this month. At the recent 141st NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, two Refuse To Be A Victim® Seminars were held, followed by an Instructor Development Workshop. The events were a huge success, and now many in the St. Louis area are better prepared to reduce their chances of victimization.

After all of her hard work coordinating the Refuse To Be A Victim® training at the Annual Meetings, Sprague left St. Louis to head directly to the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) Conference and Expo in Wheeling, Illinois. Sprague is bringing the award-winning crime prevention program to the ILEETA Conference in hopes that more law enforcement agencies will incorporate the program into their crime prevention program.

Hundreds of law enforcement agencies across the country use Refuse To Be A Victim® to teach those who live and work in their jurisdiction to be more aware of their surroundings and help lessen their chances of being the victim of a crime. Trained as Certified Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructors, police officers and civilian crime prevention specialists can hold seminars at the police station, community buildings, schools, churches, and more.

To learn more about the Refuse To Be A Victim® Program including how to become an Instructor, click here or send an email to refuse@nrahq.org. You can also find a seminar or training in your area by searching for a course at www.nrainstructors.org.   

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