Ozark, MO - A recent abducting and sexual assault of a 30 year old woman and an 8 year old girl leaves the Ozark community uneasy as suspect David Pitts has yet to be found by local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
Self-defense instructors and law enforcement officials encourage women and children to take part in a self-defense program.
|WTVY's news reporter mentions police officers' recommendation of pepper spray as she holds up a canister of SABRE Red Maximum Strength Pepper Spray|
If you are interested in a self-defense program, we encourage you to join SABRE’S Personal Safety Awareness Program. We offer classes through SABRE’s Personal Safety Academy where you will learn the safety mindset, risk reduction strategies to help discourage potential threats, and more!
SABRE Personal Safety Academy is a simple, affordable solution to keep you and your family safe. Each student will receive a kit that includes three inactive canisters of SABRE Red pepper spray for in-class practice, a live pepper spray canister on a key chain to take home, a safety awareness manual and a certificate of completion.
If you are interested in taking a self-defense class at SABRE Personal Safety Academy, click here to find a location near you!