Executive Security 
Escape & Evasion


what you will learn

No classes schedule at this time. Check Class Schedule  for details.

March Workshop, Security, travel safety, anti-kidnapping, excape & evasion

Student learns how to pick handcuff lock

Seven Ways to Disable an Attacker in 2-3 Seconds (From January 16th self-defense class for high school and college-age girls)

Upcoming Classes

Executive Security

Escape & Evasion

Travel Safety Workshop in Detroit to 100 CEOs and their spouses

Personal Safety, Anti-kidnapping, Anti-carjacking class, October 5th

Escaping from duct tape. Teaching our young ladies how to escape from an abductor.

October Travel Safety Workshop

January Workshop, Personal safety, travel safety, escape & evasion

November YPO Executive Security Workshop

Self defense class for Washington Humane Society employees and field personnel

December Personal Safety Workshop, Home invasions, lock picking

ESE&E offers a range of classes covering topics that enhance your personal security and protection. Classes are typically broken into: Personal & Family Protection, Executive Security, and Travel Safety. Here are some of the topics covered in our various classes:

  • How to prevent Home Invasions, and what to do if a Home Invasion happens
  • What to do if You Are Kidnapped or Carjacked
  • How to Employ Situational Awareness 
  • What to do if You Are Being Followed
  • What to do in an Urban Crisis (riots, natural disasters, etc.)
  • Surviving an Airplane Crash
  • Surviving a Hotel Fire or Break-in
  • Taxi Safety & Survival
  • Being Safe in Foreign Countries
  • How to Escape from Duct tape
  • How to Escape from Rope
  • How to Escape from Zip Ties
  • How to Escape from Handcuffs
  • Escaping from a Locked Car Trunk
  • How to get through doors by picking locks
  • How to Survive an Active Shooter in Your Building
  • How to Escape from a locked car trunk
  • How to defend yourself against an armed attacker
  • Tools of the trade (what you need to survive & escape)

Additional classes that may be offered:

  • Defense against a gun or knife attack
  • High school and college-age student safety & security