Two-hour to full-day classes teach concepts used by Navy SEALs to help you take control of your security.
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Our objective is to help people escape the obsolete and dangerous reactive security paradigm and establish a proactive security solution that protects individuals and creates a force multiplier for business security. Jim Johnson teaches and applies concepts and techniques learned and practiced for 45 years as a Navy SEAL, Army Special Forces officer and private security contractor. Reactive security waits until an attack has happened of is imminent – doing little or nothing to avoid the attack. Our approach builds layers of plans, preparation, awareness and action that put individuals and businesses in charge of their security.
This story from the L.A. Times supports a contention we made in a blog post and video last year about the importance of trauma first aid care by civilians. For the last year, Rancho Cucamonga’s fire and law enforcement officials have teamed up to teach civilians how to triage and tie tourniquets on shooting victims, Read more about California FD agrees with us: Civilians should be able to treat shooting, bombing victims[…]
Like many things in life, there are good and bad opportunities with cell phones. Cell phones get a lot of people in trouble as they focus on the screen and ignore the world – and potential threats – around them. Your cell phone is also one of the most important physical tools for your security. Read more about Defensive tools: Cell phone[…]
Our main objective is to teach you how to avoid trouble by being aware and prepared. If that fails you may find yourself defending against an attacker at close range. A firearm can be the great equalizer and let you prevail over an attacker if you are sufficiently and properly trained, but a firearm isn’t Read more about Body Vulnerabilities & Improvised Weapons[…]
With the passage of concealed carry laws, the whole of society is slowly coming to the full realization of what engaged citizens have known for years: your proactive, personal protection is your responsibility and right. And because personal security is your responsibility, you have two options: you either start at ground zero to learn everything Read more about Lisa: Stay ahead of the bad guys with Your Security Solution[…]
NOTE: This is the first in an ongoing series of posts about improvised self-defense weapons. We all carry keys for home, work, and a car. Used properly, they provide a ready option in your defensive toolbox. It is important to understand though that it’s your awareness, preparation and determination, not just the tool, that does Read more about Keys as a defensive tool[…]
A flashlight can be an important defensive tool both day and night. In the day time it can be used as an impact tool to strike an assailant’s soft tissue and nerve pressure points. With a lanyard attached it can lengthen your reach, striking speed and impact. At night, the ability to see where someone Read more about Defensive tools: Flashlights[…]
Trish, a mother of two living in a small Wisconsin community, sought help after a masked man attempted to enter her home. Jim Johnson of Your Security Solution provided training and support that helped her and her children take charge of their security and remain in their home.
YourSecuritySolution often refers to sheep and wolves in our class and workshop presentations, online and in videos because the analogy is appropriate to the condition of the world today. There’s nothing wrong with being a sheep. In fact, the vast majority of people act like sheep. We generally follow directions, travel and communicate in set Read more about Sheep, Wolves and Sheepdogs[…]
When seconds count, the police are only minutes away. National average police response times for 911 calls reporting a violent crime range from a low of four minutes to more than 10 minutes according to United States Justice Department data. The average interaction between a criminal and his victim is 90 seconds so, even if Read more about You may be the first responder[…]
YourSecuritySolution.com strives to help individuals, businesses and communities improve their security and confidence in a dangerous world. Being prepared for a medical emergency is one step toward that goal. In the video below, Dale Carlson, a paramedic working in Wisconsin, talks with former Navy SEAL Jim Johnson and Paul Soutar, both of YourSecuritySolution.com, about the Read more about First Aid Trauma Kits: a pro’s perspective[…]