It’s late at night. You’re walking to your car in a parking lot lit up by a few dim lights, hardly any light to see. You are pre-occupied with your day’s events and not paying attention to your surroundings.
A person comes out of the darkness, you can barely see his face but you see the shining handgun in his hand. He yells at you, “Give me your wallet!” You are now a victim of an armed robbery! After you give this guy what he asks for he tells you “Get in the trunk!” You have now become a victim of an abduction.
You must make a decision at this point! Can I run, where will he take me, and what will happen when we get there! Should I fight him now? Grab the gun?
Many questions run through your head at this time as you are frozen with fear.
Come train with us in this special workshop to have a better understanding of the DO’S and DON’T’s of this situation.
☑️ YES, I want to sign up for the Gun Disarm In & Around the Vehicle Workshop.
$59 per person
🗓️Saturday, September 12, 2020
🕑10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
📍Riddle Defense Training Facility
1000 NW 1st Ave #7
Boca Raton, FL 33432
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What You Will Learn During This Inter-Active Workshop:
- Survival Mindset
- Concepts & Principles
- Close Quarter Combat
- Responsibilities of Using Deadly Force
- Force on Force Simulation Drills both Inside and Outside the Vehicle
- long pants and a belt
- closed toed shoes
- mouthguard & groin protection
Meet The Instructor
John Riddle is a Retired Sergeant who served with the West Palm Beach Police Department. During his 28 years of service he has worked as a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer and Road Patrol Supervisor. John is certified in the State of Florida to teach Defensive Tactics and Firearms to Law Enforcement officers.
In 1989, John tried out and was selected to become a member of the SWAT Team for the West Palm Beach Police Department where he served for 16 years. He instructed the SWAT Team’s defensive tactics program, firearms and tactical entry. He worked for 13 years on the Entry Team and 3 years as a Sniper Team Leader. In 1996, John was selected as a member of the CAT Team; a street level narcotics unit that performed drug buys, wrote search warrants, conducted prostitution stings and worked tactical patrol duties in high risk areas.
John’s teaching career began in the mid 1980’s when he was assigned as a Combat Arms Training Instructor (CATM) in the United States Air Force Marksmanship Unit. During his Air Force career John taught firearm skills to Air Force Security Police, Air Force Base Law Enforcement Personnel, Para Rescue units and Combat Controllers. Click here to view John’s full bio and certifications