Author Carl Kiltz’s new book “Stun Then Run” is a highly informative self-protection manual covering a wide array of situations from domestic violence to sexual assault

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Recent release “Stun Then Run: A Safety Primer for Women of All Ages” from Page Publishing author Carl Kiltz is a practical guide to personal protection drawn from direct life experiences, from his formative years as a target for local bullies, to military training in hand-to-had combat, to his service as a law enforcement officer in charge of training both police recruits and women in his community in effective self-defense techniques.

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Carl Kiltz is a California native, Vietnam veteran, retired lieutenant with the Salina Police Department, and former undersheriff for Saline County now enjoying his full retirement with his wife in their small Kansas town. He has completed his new book “Stun Then Run: A Safety Primer for Women of All Ages”: a must-read for women in all demographics, neighborhoods, and ages.

Nearly everyone knows, has read about, or has been the victim of crimes that affect their personal safety and the loss of personal property—crimes such as robbery, rape, theft, murder, assault, and many more. Crimes involving a personal assault can result in physical and emotional damage, which sometimes is irreversible. But isn’t it the job of our law enforcement agencies to protect our property and assure our safety? The answer to that is yes, but certain demographics make it impossible for a law enforcement officer to be there to prevent an incident from being initiated or to stop the event from culmination. The ratio of law enforcement to individual members of the population and the distribution of this population makes it impossible for a law enforcement officer to be there to prevent an incident or to respond in time to stop the incident. Crimes also do not normally occur in public view, and many happen within a structure—many times, in the home of the person being victimized. A victim’s safety is many times compromised by the presence of children, placing the person being victimized in far more peril in their attempt to protect the child while also protecting themselves. The focus of this discussion will be on the female as a victim, as by the very nature of their gender, they may be more vulnerable to physical assault. These vulnerabilities include such things as a general smaller structure and less muscle strength and a cultural predisposition away from physical confrontations and violence.

Women of all ages can defend themselves and their families. These are techniques effective for before, during, and after an attack. Women no longer have to be the victims.

Published by Page Publishing, Carl Kiltz’s engrossing book is an invaluable resource on personal safety for women of all ages.

Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “Stun Then Run: A Safety Primer for Women of All Ages” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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