Awareness, Prevention & Protection Line Education



The definition for imminent is; likely to occur at any moment.  For many who have faced imminent extreme violent incidents, a hope or a wish is all that aids them in their attempt to cope with the crisis.  In the recent past, school violence has paired determined violent offenders against school teachers who spontaneously cope with defending themselves and protecting students they care for.  The outcomes are painful and sad.  Our response most often is to evaluate who could act out against those most vulnerable amongst us and why.  Followed by enhancing or creating policy the offender never intended to follow anyway.  The conclusion ends with the belief that a hope and a wish is remedy for the next crisis.                    

Imminent Threats:                 

  • School Shooter
  • Hostage Takeover
  • Deployed Weapon
  • Physical Assault
  • Rape Based Attack
  • Murder/ Suicide

iProtectUSA knows that when faced with imminent extreme violent incidents, the victims are the first true line of defense.  We offer A.P.P.L.E. as a problem resolution tactic for those who are not leaving to chance the promise of safety and the right to protect themselves.  Awareness, Prevention and Protection Line Education (A.P.P.L.E.) is the formula we use to build sound layers of protection for our teachers and their children.

    Teacher Defense Methods:

  • Security Assessment
  • Intervention Plan
  • Threat Recognition
  • Response Option
  • Self Defense Techniques
  • Survival Action Plan


Violent offenders will prey upon teachers, staff and students again.  The outcome lies in the preparedness between the offender and victim.  Our program is geared for teachers who want to become educated in the subjects of self defense and student protection.  A.P.P.L.E. is time and pocket friendly which allows the teacher to take control of every step of their personal protection training without dependency on presumed security. 

“History has shown when seconds count help may be minutes away.”

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