Stranger Danger - Learn How to Stay Safe From Strangers!
Mr. Omar (Mr. O)
In this class we will talk about stranger danger and how to escape a kidnapping. We will learn about lures, self defense, escaping restraints, escaping the trunk of a car, and how to act if unable to escape.
In this class your student will learn about stranger danger and how to escape a kidnapping. We will discuss: - Situational awareness (being aware of your surroundings when in the public eye) - How to carry yourself when in the public eye, not giving off the impression of an "easy target" - Lures (gift lure, assistance lure, social media lure, emergency lure, animal lure) - Self defense - Escaping from restraints - Escaping the trunk of a car - What to do if taken to the house, building,...
My experience includes 4 years of U.S. Coast Guard experience, where one of my duties included federal law enforcement. I have trained with several different local, state and federal law enforcement agencies on kidnapping prevention, situational awareness, survival psychology, and urban survival. I was also a fire fighter for 10 years where we often partnered with local law enforcement to talk to children about stranger danger. I meet with local law enforcement officials monthly on new developments on kidnappings and statistics.
1.) Stranger Danger and kidnapping prevention and escape will be taught (very much tailored to younger audiences) 2.) I talk about self defense how to quickly and effectively fight off a potential kidnapper along with 2 self defense tools (a tactical pen, flashlight) 3.) I do not talk to students as to any reasons why kidnappers kidnap children, besides ransom money. I leave that up to the parents.
Meet the teacher
Hello Parents & Students! My name is Omar Ruiz. I was born and raised in Houston, TX, USA. But am living back and forth between Costa Rica, and Texas all year. I am mainly In Costa Rica to learn about rainforest survival, and dangerous animals...
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Live video meetings
3-10 learners per class