WATCH: 'The Safest Man in the Word' Back After Completing BCSO Self-Defense Through Tactical Shooting Course

WATCH: ‘The Safest Man in the Word’ Back After Completing BCSO Self-Defense Through Tactical Shooting Course

By  //  April 24, 2018

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BCSO: 'stay safe my friends'

ABOVE VIDEO: After completing the Self Defense Through Tactical Shooting and Decision Making Course offered by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, “The Word’s Safest Man” is back. 

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA– He once rescued a shelter dog to protect his home. He keeps his alarm on 24-7.

He competed Brevard County Sheriff’s Office’s Self Defense Through Tactical Shooting and Decision Making course and obtained his concealed weapons permit.

He is The Safest Man in the Word –“Stay safe my friends.”

The debonair well-dressed gentleman is actually a Lieutenant in the Investigative Division for the Brevard County Sheriff’s Department.

Created by the BCSO, The World’s Safest Man is a spoof from “The Most Interesting Man in the World” an advertising campaign for a popular adult beverage.

The ads feature “the world’s most interesting man,” a bearded, debonair gentleman, with voiceovers that are intended to be both humorous and outrageous.

The advertisements first began appearing in the United States in 2006 and have since then become a popular Internet meme.

Stay tuned for more episodes with “The World’s Safest Man” from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.

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According to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Department, the character is actually a lieutenant in the Investigative Division. The World’s Safest Man is a spoof from “The Most Interesting Man in the World,” an advertising campaign for a popular adult beverage.

Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is happy to offer a “Self Defense Through Tactical Shooting & Decision Making” Course. This 8-hour course is designed to give civilians the opportunity to learn safe gun handling skills as well as the legal aspects of gun ownership. The course will be delivered in 4 parts:

  • Part 1 – Sheriff Wayne Ivey or designee will speak on Self Defense Through Mental Preparedness
  • Part 2 – State Attorney Phil Archer or designee will speak on the Law-Stand Your Ground and the Castle Doctrine
  • Part 3 – Tactical Shooting/Weapon Retention/Firearms Safety
  • Part 4 – Shoot, Don’t Shoot Scenarios

Upon completion of this course, you will receive a certificate as verification of training that satisfies the State training requirement to acquire your Concealed Weapons Permit from the State of Florida.

You can contact the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Division of Licensing at (850) 245-5691 for further information about the permit process.

Concealed Weapons Packets can also be picked up at your local precinct. Click here to find the precinct nearest you.

Requirements & Other Information

Must be 21 years of age or older and pass a background check.

  • Serviceable Unloaded handgun (No sharing, No Title II, NFA or Assault Weapons)
  • 100 rounds of factory Ammunition (no re-loads)
  • Eye protection, ear protection, and hat
  • Inclement weather gear (recommended)

Enroll by mailing the registration form and a $75 check or money order to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Attention: Career Development Unit, 700 Park Avenue
Titusville, Florida 32780.

Money is non-refundable. A check should be made payable to Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.

CLICK HERE to Download the Registration Form

Your check and registration form must be received in our office no later than 10 days prior to class date to be enrolled. Once we receive your payment and registration information, you will receive confirmation of enrollment and directions to the firing range.

Upcoming 2018 Schedule

  • May 12 – Full
  • October 6 – Full
  • October 20
  • November 3 – Full
  • November 17-

If you have questions regarding this course, please contact the Career Development Unit at 321- 264-5281.

CLICK HERE FOR BREVARD COUNTY NEWS

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