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1st Time Ever – FASTER Saves Lives class opens to the public

by Joe Eaton

5:59AM Wednesday, June 7 2017

The FASTER Saves Lives program is opening a very limited number of spots in our July 20-22 class to the public.  Churches, businesses, colleges and other public areas are experiencing the same violence we have seen in our K-12 schools.  This 3 1/2 day FASTER Level 1 class will prepare you and your family to survive these most horrific events.

Created by concerned parents, law enforcement, and nationally-recognized safety and medical experts, FASTER is a groundbreaking, nonprofit program that gives you practical violence response training.

The program offers a carefully-structured curriculum offering over 26 hours of hands-on training over a 3-day class that exceeds the requirements of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy.

The purpose is not to replace police and EMT, but to allow personnel on-site to stop violence rapidly and render medical aid immediately.

When violence strikes and lives are on the line, every second matters. Faster response is better response.


The limited number of public spots will fill quickly, REGISTER NOW here:


For question or more information, email or phone FASTER Program Director Joe Eaton at 513.267.6088

Buckeye Firearms Foundation (501c3) president Jim Irvine introduces the Faculty/Administrator Safety Training and Emergency Response (FASTER) Program

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If you are a school employee, you can apply for FASTER training by completing our questionnaire.


Download a Donation form for the FASTER Saves Live program


To support this program, please donate below. Buckeye Firearms Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization. Donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible.