- DSA - Edinburgh, IN
September 24, 2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Although carjacking’s are not an everyday occurrence in the United States, there is still a great need to be situationally aware while in and around your vehicle. There are multiple reports of people stealing items from the vehicle while at gas stations, people being accosted during protests. Further, there is a great need to be situationally aware while you are entering your vehicle or exiting it due to certain vehicles being parked beside.
This course is intended to give participants the baseline knowledge and skills necessary to be a more situationally aware driver to avoid security threats. This skills are equally applicable to every day life whether you are driving to the mall, school, or work.
- Situational Awareness
- Scanning Techniques
- Proper Use of Mirrors
- Accident Avoidance
- Protest Blockade Avoidance
- Identifying Potential Follow/Surveillance Vehicles (“Tails”)
- Ambush Avoidance
- Route Planning
- Down Vehicle Scenarios
- Security While Entering / Exiting Vehicle
This course will be a driving course where participants will work in and around vehicles. All participants must have a valid driver’s license. There are no other pre-requisites.
This course is non-driving course, but is perfect as a baseline of skills for our Threat Avoidance Driver’s Course.
Venue: Edinburgh, Indiana
6077 US Highway 31
Located 0.2 miles North of Tara Treatment Center on East side of Hwy 31.
Located 0.4 miles North of railroad crossing.
Please note….some GPS systems will utilize Franklin as the city versus Edinburgh.