We were just interviewed by Channel 3 News. Very happy to offer some candid commentary about the happenings in and around Naugatuck/Waterbury. Our interview starts at 0:53 mins in the video on the Channel 3 website.
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“I don’t care about the vehicle, ok, and I’m going to come in here, I drag him in. I open the door and I kick it open,” said Ron Kosakowski, who owns the Practical Self-Defense Training Center in Waterbury.
He said his classes have been filling up fast because of all the violent crimes lately.
“They’re watching the news, they’re seeing the violence that’s going on. There’s some, could see it out their windows depending on the neighborhood they live in. People are scared, and I got people coming in saying I need this. That’s what’s happening right now. I see a lot of that,” he said.
He likes to model the classes on current crime trends.
That way it’s readily applicable to the situation, should someone get targeted.
“We have to adapt to all of this. Be on top of our game, the self-defense changes and evolves every year and it’s evolving with the technology,” Kosakowski said.