The Refuse To Be A Victim program teaches methods for your students to improve their personal safety. Focusing on topics from general campus life to the dangers of sexual assault, RTBAV aims to provide students with knowledge and strategies to help them avoid being a victim.
After years of requests from our instructors and communities across the nation, Refuse To Be A Victim is excited to now offer a brand-new collegiate edition. Based off the award-winning RTBAV crime prevention program, the collegiate edition takes the same tips and techniques taught in RTBAV onto college campuses. The program aims to teach methods to improve personal safety by increasing awareness, avoiding dangerous situations, and preventing criminal confrontations. The college seminar also covers social media, living on campus, student life, and more!
Designed to fit into the lives of busy college students, the collegiate edition was developed to last 40 minutes to an hour, matching the length of a classroom session. We offer free training for Law Enforcement and Campus Safety personnel that allows you to teach on your campus. Student materials for seminars are also provided at no cost. If you have questions or interested in training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-868-3672.
The RTBAV program is not a firearms or self-defense class. It's a seminar that will help you improve personal safety strategies and will provide you with valuable information that you can apply to every area of your life. To learn more about RTBAV, visit our website at refuse.nra.org.