Learn to survive

We teach people how to live safely in a dangerous world,
because you can’t be replaced.

“The best way to avoid a crime of opportunity, is to remove the opportunity.”
– Moose Moore, Founder

FACE THE FACTS ABOUT ACTS OF VIOLENCE

FACE THE FACTS

Acts of violence cannot be stopped, but you can learn how to survive them.

CONQUER YOUR FEARS

CONQUER YOUR FEARS

Fear can be your worst nightmare or be your best friend, but you must be trained in it.

TAKE ACTION NOW

TAKE ACTION NOW

You must take action in the first 15-20 seconds. Learn how to be swift and effective.

WHAT MAKES THE VIGILANCE GROUP SO DIFFERENT?

When it comes surviving acts of violence, many individuals, families, and organizations don’t know how to react swiftly and effectively. We believe in teaching people how to be vigilant, how to pay close attention to dangers in their surroundings, and how to neutralize anyone that threatens their safety or survival.

We’re proud to be a Certified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. To become one, 51% of the company must be owned by a Service Disabled Veteran. We chose to apply for this certification because of our interest in giving back to the military community and their families. Currently, 60% of our instructors are Military Veterans, all with the same goal: Help teach others how to live safely in a dangerous world.

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