Hijack Prevention Program


Awareness – How to anticipate risky areas and situations

Prevention is better than cure – Specific behaviours to include in your daily life that will make you an unattractive target to hijackers

Hijacking Awareness – The 5 places hijackers find most attractive and how to treat those places. Methods used by hijackers to force motorists to stop and how to deal with those attempts.

Exiting your vehicle safely in a hijacking – eliminating unintended threats to the hijackers that may cause them to retaliate instinctively and violently.

Children in the car – How to get children safely out of the vehicle in a hijack situation.

Practical rehearsals in mock hijack situations using an actual motor vehicle.

Rape Prevention


Rape in South Africa – a discussion around the situation in South Africa, and why it is officially the rape capital of the world.

The psychology behind rape – A discussion around the mentality of the rapist and his weak points.

The unarmed attacker – practical ways for getting the upper hand and eliminating the threat. This includes how to stun your attacker’s central nervous system using your hands and fingers, how to get out from under an attacker who is pinning you down and how to get out of various grips that the attacker may use.

The armed attacker – practical ways to deal with an armed attacker including ways of creating a gap where the weapon is no longer a threat and you can then stun his central nervous system using your hands and fingers as weapons.


Home Safety Program


Lines of defence – how to look at your home through the eyes of a criminal, and put lines of defence in place that will make your home an unattractive target.

Installation safety – a look at specific measures that can be used to safe guard your home and which are more effective than others.

Behavioural safety – a discussion around behaviours that make us more or less vulnerable to criminals.

Behaviour during an armed robbery – the do’s and don’ts when confronted by armed robbers in your home.

Awareness – practical ways of predicting possible problem areas and situations.

Personal Safety – How to develop habits that promote safety and not vulnerability.

Safety of children – Ways to ensure the safety of your children.


Streetwise in RSA



Hand bag safety - smash and grab, bag snatching, pick pockets

Card safety- Card duplication, Skimming, Phishing, ATM fraud, what do these all mean, how are they perpetrated and how do you avoid it or respond.

SAPS / Metro police – What is the difference, how do you identify them, vehicles, clothing, responsibilities, jurisdiction, roadblocks, bribes, what are your rights.

Recreation - Jogging, walking, cycling, how do you do these safely ?

Shopping – Where to park, safety when shopping, child safety, being followed.

Armed response – What are their protocols, can you trust them, what information should you not give them, what is a realistic expectation, why have them ?

Airport safety – Bag safety, being followed from the airport.

Holiday destinations – What are your risks, places to avoid, what are the risks in different areas, hotel safety.

No go zones – which areas should you avoid driving through.

Taxi’s – Which are safe to drive in, how do you deal with lawless mini taxi’s.

Road rage – How to avoid it/How to deal with it

Domestic workers and gardeners

How do criminals select their victims

Dealing with an armed attacker.

Basic self defence.


Armed Hold-up Survival Training



Every company needs to be realistic with regard to the possibility of being robbed, and of an armed hold-up occurring during its hours of operation.


Prevention is better than cure, but the truth is that, regardless of the steps taken by a business to secure their premises, there is still a chance that criminals will gain access and carry out an armed hold-up. Training is essential to prepare staff how to handle such an incident and avoid injury or worse.


The questions foremost in people’s minds when thinking how they should handle such a situation are:


1. Should I look at them or not?

2. Should I talk to them, and if so, what do I say?

3. Should I use the panic button or not. If I use it, when should I use it?

4. What do I do if there is a gunfight?

5. How do I calm a panicking colleague down?

6. Should I ever resist and fight back, and if so, when and how?

7. What should I try and remember that will be useful to the police later?

8. What’s the most important thing to do once they’ve left?


These questions, and many more, are answered during this invaluable 3 hour specialist training program. Half of the time is spent in practical exercises and mock hold-ups. The purpose is to program the staffs’ survival responses so that doing the right thing in a real situation comes easily and automatically.


We can take up to 20 people on a program and the cost per 3 hour program is R15,500 excl. VAT and travel / accommodation costs where applicable.


Book and pay for 3 or more programs in advance and get R1000 off each program.


Book directly with me via email.

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