|Neighborhood Watch Pistol Team||
What is Neighborhood Watch?
The Neighborhood Watch Program was developed to bring together Law Enforcement and private citizens in a cooperative effort working together for the betterment of all our citizens. Much of the work is done by the local citizens and the P.D. Officers who are involved with the program. This is simply a program of neighbors watching out for themselves, as well as for each other. It is designed to enlist the active participation of citizens in cooperation with the police to reduce crime and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
the Neighborhood Watch
Unfortunately, in this "politically correct" world, the topic of firearms in the home is avoided or treated in a manner insulting to anyone familiar with firearms. "Citizen Safety Techniques" make as much sense for the average citizen as the training all police officers receive, starting in the basic academy, known as "Officer Safety Techniques". To date, most agencies use fear tactics or the "stick-your-head-in-the-sand" technique. Firearms as a subject is the modern day "killer-weed"!
Many citizens have invited an officer into their home or business for an inventory check-off of locks, alarms, automatic lights, window access, etc. It was not too many years ago that a hardware store showed two or three sizes of locks on their shelf, and now the locks, alarms, and lighting systems require a warehouse-sized display! Women are often invited to rape prevention seminars, or fingerprinting sessions for their children.
2AM P.D. strongly supports any and all safety programs. It is not unusual, however, to expect that a certain percentage of citizens who have inventoried their homes and businesses, educated the women and children against predators, and barricaded themselves in those homes and businesses, will also choose to have a firearm in that home or business. How many times can a person be expected to drive by those metal signs posted in the neighborhood before they understand that it reads, "Citizen, fend for yourself!"
And those are the citizens of The Neighborhood Watch Pistol Team!
How Does Neighborhood Watch Pistol Team Work?
Basic handling, safety, and marksmanship training should be available for anyone upon request.
Neighborhood Watch works by having you and your neighbors use simple techniques to deter, delay and detect crime. Gun owners have the additional responsibility of factoring in the responsibilities of that ownership. Education, whether self-taught or by instruction, should include tactics and the legal and moral aspects of the use of deadly force, in addition to safety, handling, and marksmanship.
The popularity of firearms has prompted the publication of a great variety of books and videos on topics from basic care and handling of firearms, to advanced techniques in personal defense. There is a nationwide network of firearms instructors for basic training, and a growing selection of intermediate and advanced training institutions.
The Second Amendment Police Department
can provide Instructor Certification for those persons or clubs interested
in leading the way in firearms training.
The specific and primary purposes of the
Second Amendment Police and Neighborhood Watch Participant is:
To facilitate, maintain and improve communications between the citizens of
America and the officers of the Second Amendment Police Department by establishing and maintaining a liaison with the
2AM Police Department and exchanging information on crime and crime prevention.
Training, the ULTIMATE
TO BE CERTIFIED
Organize a training session in your town now, taught by 2AM P.D. instructor.
Requests for training to:
Personal Protection Certified Instructor
2AM P.D. Instructors
All Inquires to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional information regarding NRA Instructor Certification write to: lpyle@PaulRevere.org. You can have a class presented in your city.
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