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    • August 24, 2015 9:12 AM PDT
    • As a law enforcement officer, I have a front-row seat for watching crime trends grow or decline. I use that experience to my advantage as a firearms trainer for both law enforcement and the private citizen. An area of increasing concern is the occupied home invasion, which can be defined as an incident where the house is occupied by the family or owner and they are confronted with an imminent and potentially lethal threat by an intruder(s). In recent years, the occurrence of these violent encounters inside the home has been increasing, as has media coverage of their outcomes. This growing concern has prompted a surge of new gun owners who intend to keep that newly purchased firearm for the primary purpose of home defense. There is a void in the training industry regarding this type of incident, at least in the proper context.

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    • August 21, 2015 9:00 AM PDT
    • According to the FBI, a burglary occurs every 15 seconds. While not intended to startle or frighten you, it should serve as a wake-up call for everyone. You have a fire evacuation plan. You may even have a storm or earthquake action plan. But do you have a home-invasion defense plan? More than likely the answer is no. You may have some general ideas and thoughts, but few people have a detailed plan on what to do if an intruder enters their home while they are there. You are highly encouraged to have a plan and the first step starts today.

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