As acts of domestic terrorism continued to soar in the United States throughout the last decade, President and Founder Lois Blevins quickly realized that most citizens lacked the proper knowledge on how to spot and react to dangerous situations. Blevins then decided to apply her 30+ years of federal law enforcement expertise specializing in threat assessment and training to form an organization that would provide the general public with accessible and affordable tools to protect themselves.
The National Center for Citizen Safety (NCCSAFE) was formed as a 501(c)3 non-profit in 2014 with a mission to provide active assailant training, educational defense tools and safety awareness for preparedness of domestic terrorism within the United States.
NCCSAFE’s Active Assailant Preparedness Training offers an in depth analysis on how to accurately respond during the quick moments of a crisis. Offered to both the private and public sectors, these educational seminars intricately demonstrate that individuals have the power to change the outcome of an unexpected disaster - saving lives. Aside from formal training, the National Center for Citizen Safety offers a 24/7 cyber tip line to report potential threats across the nation, consistently and clearly identifies public response policies by state and federal law, provides extensive support resources for domestic terrorism survivors and their families, and ongoing nationwide safety awareness.
Saving Lives, One A.C.T. at a Time.
The National Center for Citizen Safety's mission is to provide the public with resources, education, and training to promote safety and readiness in response to active assailants and acts of domestic terrorism.
Lois Blevins, Founder & Executive Director
Rafael Matos, PhD., Industrial Organizational & Behavioral Psychologist
Peg Mannix, Vice Chair Retired U.S. Secret Service Deputy Assistant Director
James D'Amelio, Chair-Elect
Retired U.S. Secret Service Deputy Assistant Director
Susan Weilminster, Executive Assistant
Angie Kozlowski, Communications & PR
Deirdre Henry, President of U.S. Secret Service Employee Recreation Association
Barabra Golden, Retired U.S. Secret Service Agent
Chip Sheehan, Retired U.S. Secret Service Uniformed Division Officer