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10/14/2009

Crime Prevention Training

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  Crime Prevention Training business.

  Business Overview

  Crime affects one out of four Americans in some fashion every year, and starting a business that trains people how to prevent themselves from becoming the victims of crime can be a very personally rewarding business venture to set in motion. The basis of the business concept is very straightforward. Simply hold training sessions in a group format for people who are seeking a way of protecting themselves and their families from becoming victims of crime. The classes can be held in conjunction with community services and groups, or on an independent one-on-one basis.
  One of the key requirements for starting this type of specialty training business is to design a course manual that will be used as the backbone of the training program. Additionally, a background in police service or the military will help to establish credibility for the business. The profit potential for a crime prevention training service is excellent, as students should be more than happy to pay a mere $100 to learn more about crime prevention tips and techniques they can use to help prevent themselves and their families from becoming victims of crime.
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