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It is not important how we come to the events in our lives…what is important is how we deal with those events
- Troy Evans, Professional Speaker and Author
On November 12, 1992, Troy Evans was sentenced to 13 years in Federal Prison. He was convicted of five armed bank robberies, in three states, over a six-month crime spree, and was sent to the Federal Correctional Complex in Florence, Colorado. His neighbors included such notorious criminals as Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols. Troy was released on December 13, 1999, over seven and one-half years later.
Despite the obstacles that only prison can produce, Troy was determined that his time behind bars would not be wasted time. Education would be his saving grace. After six months of filling out applications, writing essays, begging, pleading, and selling, Troy landed his first scholarship for one class. That was a beginning, and when Troy walked out the doors of prison he carried with him two degrees, both obtained with a 4.0 GPA and designation on the Dean’s and President’s list.
Troy is now a motivational speaker who shares his story and lessons learned with audiences of all ages. Since his release, Evans has taken the Corporate, Association and Education platforms by storm with his motivational keynote speeches. Audiences are stunned by his endurance, accomplishments and remarkable personal transformation. With straightforward, real life examples, Evans shows how the keys to his success in prison are the keys to his success today, and how these lessons can be applied to escaping the “prisons within ourselves”. He renews an appreciation for what is really important in all of our lives and motivates each and every person to overcome adversity, adapt to change, and to realize their full potential.
With young people, Evans speaks openly on the dangers of drug use, peer pressure and the power of responsible decision-making. His student motivational speaking grabs the attention of today’s youth by sharing what he witnessed within the harsh environment of a Federal Prison and illustrates how his years of incarceration can be linked to the decisions he made as a teenager. Teen audiences are left with a wide-eyed understanding of “consequence” and a realization that the decisions they make today have the potential to alter their entire life.
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• Robbery Prevention: Reducing Your Risk
• Robbery Response: Protecting Customers, Members and Staff
• Robbery Response: Aiding Law Enforcement
Read on for more details on how this program can help protect your bank, CU, employees, members and customers!
Professionally shot, produced and edited, this valuable training tool is the combined effort of one of the country’s largest and most premier state financial associations in conjunction with The Evans Group.
For the past 12 years State Banking Associations, Credit Union Leagues/Associations as well as individual Banks and Credit Unions, have been bringing in Troy Evans,
Professional Speaker and Best Selling Author, to deliver training keynotes on the very subjects that are covered in this DVD and CD. Troy has met and interviewed over 300 convicted Bank and Credit Union Robbers and will provide “real life” insight into the “mind of the enemy.” Troy’s experiences, combined with those of a long time Law Enforcement Officer and Security Consultant, the President and CEO of a large Financial Institution that was Robbed and a Teller who was on the front lines during a Robbery will provide expert advice from all angles. This is an opportunity for your Financial Institution to benefit from and realize the value of:
Also, as an added bonus, the CD ROM contains downloadable material/resources to enhance the training experience. The Resources Section includes such valuable tools as:
The Evans Group guarantee to you: If you do not find this product to be informative, valuable and applicable in bringing your Bank or Credit Union Employees up to speed on the latest in Robbery Prevention, Apprehension and Recovery…simply return it within 30 days, no questions asked, for a full refund.
This valuable training tool can be watched via DVD or on a personal computer in CD ROM format. It will prove to be a resource that your Bank or Credit Union Personnel can benefit from for years and years to come. Troy’s program will provide your front line people with the very latest in Robbery Prevention, Apprehension and Recovery information.
“The practical tips you interspersed on how to avoid and handle a bank robbery situation were also appreciated by our bankers. Some later commented how your suggestions were so simple to implement, yet never previously considered as robbery deterrents.” Joe Ellison, CEO, West Virginia Bankers Association
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|DETERRING AND RESPONDING TO ROBBERIES: A TRAINING RESOURCE FOR BANKS AND CREDIT UNIONS DVD & CD PACKAGE$ 399.95|
Or you can also order over the phone by calling The Evans Group at 602-265-6855
WHAT YOUR COLLEAGUES ARE SAYING ABOUT TROY:
“As the acting Law Enforcement Coordinator for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Indiana, my role is to help put together conferences and other training opportunities for law enforcement that are meaningful and relevant, and beneficial for all those that attend. Your participation in this year’s conference was instrumental in meeting these goals and was very much appreciated.”
~ Todd Phelps
“Wow- what a way to close a successful Leadership Conference. Your message was not only inspirational but also provided practical tips on robberies for the bankers”
~Yvette Remschel, Vice-President Education, Independent Bankers Association of Texas
“The evaluations and feedback we received from the Credit Union Members who attended this function included:
• “Riveting and Valuable” • “This session could not have been improved on in any way” • “Best part of the Conference” ~ Donna Hulick, Manager or Education and Training, New Jersey Credit Union League
“It was a pleasure to have you speak at our Detecting Fraud and Managing Risks Conference. In reviewing your evaluations the comments were exceptional, Great Job!”
~ John Berra, Marketing Director, CU Conferences
“It has been a privilege and pleasure working with you on the FBI- Financial Institution Crime Conferences. It was a very successful event that was directly related to your wonderful presentation.”
~Debby Adair, Director of Risk Management Services, SWACHA
|Desperation to Dedication Book:$24.95|
A 45 minute webinar/audioconference titled “Robbery Prevention, Apprehension and Recovery: Through the Eyes of a Former Bank Robber”. This latest training in robbery prevention, apprehension and recovery comes in MP3 format with PowerPoint slides that go hand in hand with the material covered.
For those Financial Institutions who have utilized my DVD/CD ROM “Deterring and Responding to Robberies: A Training Tool for Financial Institutions” as your standard of robbery training over the last few years you will find this to be a great compliment in expanding on areas already covered as well as new insights into “Robber Proofing” your Financial Institutions.
Historically bank/credit union robberies have increased dramatically over the last 20 years. Combine this with our current economy, the high unemployment rate, our countries preoccupation with drugs and the ease in which gambling can be accessed and we find ourselves in a time where “Robber Proofing” your financial institution has never been more important. When it comes to Robbery Prevention, Apprehension and Recovery no one can provide us greater insight than Troy Evans.
Today he is a speaker and consultant, sharing his story of endurance and personal transformation with audiences around the world. For over a decade now, he has provided financial institutions with real-life insight surrounding robbery prevention, apprehension and recovery. He didn’t go to bank-robbing school. He didn’t read a manual or serve and apprenticeship. Like many of his peers, he was simply a natural at finding the path of least resistance.
Having met and interviewed over 300 bank and credit union robbers he is able to give us a “look into the mind of the enemy”.
Troy answers questions such as:
45 Min Webinar: $299.95
These two DVDs evolved from the mutual objective of The Evans Group and EHS Design to create a unique customer and staff experience that would reduce robberies and fraud while increasing customer engagement and ROI at every branch through SafeCatch Training and SafeCatch Architecture. As a result, robberies and fraud have been reduced by 70 percent and share-of-wallet and revenue generation have been measurably increased where SafeCatch has been applied. EHS Design has partnered with Troy Evans, one of the nation’s leading security trainers and speakers, to deliver a comprehensive introduction to SafeCatch training and design. EHS Design provides branch branding, prototype development and architecture for banks across North America.This training program is conveniently split between two DVDs so your training needs are easily met by topic and schedule constraints.
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Written and produced by Troy Evans, The Evans Group.
|Operation SafeCatch: $549.00Running time: 1 Hour 45 Minutes|
|30 minute VHS:$19.95|
|Tape:30 minute DVD:$29.95|
|From Desperation to Dedication:Lessons You Can Bank On 30 minute Audio CD:$13.95|
Robbery Prevention, Apprehension and Recovery: Through the Eyes of a Former Bank Robber (<- click for the link to the product page) Recorded Live in 2013 this valuable training tool offers the late...Continue Reading
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