Executive Security 
Escape & Evasion

NEVER LIVE IN FEAR®

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THERE IS NOTHING MORE IMPORTANT THAN PROTECTING YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY!


If you are concerned about the increase in crime (home invasions, assaults, abductions, carjackings, and burglaries), then wouldn’t being prepared and trained in how to prevent and defend yourself and your family against these crimes be a high priority?

If you have college age children who will be away at school, then wouldn’t the knowledge that they are safe and have the skills needed to protect themselves make you, as a parent, feel a little more comfortable?

If you (and your family) do a lot of traveling, then wouldn’t being able to survive an airplane crash or a hotel fire be a valuable set of skills?

If you travel overseas for business, then wouldn’t knowing how to handle yourself in a foreign country, and being able to evade possible terrorists or hostile crowds, make your time overseas less worrisome?

If you could obtain the skills that will allow you to escape from frightening situations where you may be abducted, held hostage, or brutalized, wouldn’t you want that peace of mind?

Executive Security Escape & Evasion (ESE&E) will teach you what you need to know to protect yourself and your family in a wide range of deadly and dangerous situations.​

why is this training important to you?

Learn the secrets of SERE Training, Army Rangers, Special Operations, CIA, and other covert operators.

Executive Security Escape & Evasion is dedicated to teaching people how to become more secure and safe in their personal and professional lives. We offer training on self defense, home and business security, and how to escape and evade home invaders, carjackers, abductors, kidnappers, and terrorists.

​1 in 5 homes will experience a home invasion or break-in


8,000 take place each day


60% of all kidnap victims die, even though the ransom has been paid


200 Americans were kidnapped in Mexico in 2014


60% of all rapes take place during a home invasion


49,000 carjackings happen each year in the US



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