Event

JUNE 12 • 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Coffee & Conversation: Safety

The National Association of REALTORS® reports 1 in 4 REALTORS® surveyed have been involved in incidents or harassing situations when working as a REALTOR®.

 Learn the skills, strategies, and contingency plans to keep yourself from becoming another safety statistic. This seminar will give you the resources you need to maximize safety while showing properties, hosting an open house, or evaluating REO properties. 

 Raise your awareness level:

  • Be able to detect a threat early enough to effectively defend yourself
  • Situational awareness
  • Tangible security measures

 Enhance your defensive capabilities with tools:

  • Creating a plan and accounting for contingencies
  • Hard and soft defense skills
  • Self-defense weapons and tools

 Concealed carry; is it right for you?

  • Preparedness tips
  • Tips for carrying your firearm
  • Firearm use and maintenance
  • Choosing the right gear

 As an added bonus, you will learn about Mainstreet’s new member benefit FOREWARN.  FOREWARN is a completing free proactive safety tool that will allow you to positively identify over 90% of prospective buyers with just a phone number and with additional information over 98% of the population can be identified.  The App will allow you to see criminal history, financial risks, current property information and more. 

Date & Time
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
09:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Add to Calendar 20190612T143000Z 20190612T153000Z UTC Coffee & Conversation: Safety Coffee & Conversation: Safety MORe's Tinley Park Office - 16345 S Harlem Ave., Ste 200, Tinley Park, IL, 60477 MORe's Tinley Park Office Add upcoming event to calendar.
Location
MORe's Tinley Park Office
16345 S Harlem Ave., Ste 200
Tinley Park IL 60477
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Format

In-Person

Price
Free

Speakers

Parry Barnes
Firearms Training and Personal Safety, The Academy at 355

I served in the United States Air Force between Oct. 1986 and Aug. 1993 as a Security Policeman; Veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.  I joined the Oak Brook Police Department in Sep. 1993.  While with Oak Brook, I served as an Assistant Shift Commander, Field Training Officer (FTO), Master Firearms Instructor, Range Officer, Force Options Instructor, Homeowners...

I served in the United States Air Force between Oct. 1986 and Aug. 1993 as a Security Policeman; Veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.  I joined the Oak Brook Police Department in Sep. 1993.  While with Oak Brook, I served as an Assistant Shift Commander, Field Training Officer (FTO), Master Firearms Instructor, Range Officer, Force Options Instructor, Homeowners Association Liaison Officer (HALO) and other positions.  I retired from Oak Brook after 26 years, in Jan. 2019.   I joined the staff at The Academy at 355 in Jan. 2019 and am currently involved in firearms training and personal safety.