Kris is a law enforcement professional in the Province of British Columbia. She is certified through the Justice Institute of British Columbia as a Certified Use of Force Instructor. Kris has a Bachelor of Arts in Recreation and Health Education through the University of Victoria. She has been training in self protection and combatives since 2005 under Darren Laur with Personal Protection Systems Inc. Kris became a full time instructor for Personal Protection Systems Inc in 2010. In 2016 Darren and his wife Beth decided they would concentrate their focus on Social Media Education and gave Kris, and her husband Francois, their best wishes with continuing the child safety, parent education, and physical self protection courses under Sheepdog Self Protection Inc.
Frank has been employed by the Department of National Defense since 2003. He is a Naval Combat Information Operator and holds the rank of Petty Officer First Class. Frank is Close Protection qualified and has been boarding party trained. He has been training in the area of self protection and combatives since 2007 under Darren Laur and Kris Greffard with Personal Protection Systems Inc.
Husband and Wife Duo
We are both employed in high risk professions and have devoted ourselves to self protection training, doing everything possible to make sure we come home safe to each other and our 2 young children at the end of each day. We take pride in providing the best training possible to ensure you do the same. We are passionate about teaching you the skills, physically and mentally, you need to survive.
Being parents we understand the importance of teaching children safety and are dedicated to providing them with the tools they need to make it home safe.
Together, we are dedicated to living active healthy life styles and take pride in motivating others to do likewise.
Training with Sheepdog Self Protection Inc is unlike any other training. We do not focus on points or knockouts in a ring but the real life scenarios one will face and how to survive those scenarios and live to embrace another day.