RAD for Women
Spring 2018 RAD Programming
RAD Course I , Session Dates:
Monday, February 12
Wednesday, February 21
Wednesday, February 28
Wednesday, March 7 (Optional Simulation Exercise)
Session Times: 6:30pm-9:30pm
Registration will open on January 22, 2018.
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) is a nationally-known self defense program. RAD's program objective is to develop and enhance the options of self defense so they may become viable considerations to the woman who is attacked. The program consists of lecture, discussion, instruction and hands-on simulation. This dynamic program has the ability to empower ANY woman by providing her with the skills necessary to avoid, resist and defend against an attack if she so chooses.
National resistance statistics show that women do fight back instinctively during an attack. RAD strives to cultivate that internal, self-preservation instinct so that women are knowledgeable of both risk-reduction and avoidance strategies, as well as hands-on resistance strategies. This program also educates women that survival comes in many forms, and that compliance is also an option.
The course is 12 hours, and is offered with four three-hour classes (nights). The last three hours of the course entails an evening simulation exercise, where you actually employ the techniques and skills you have learned against trained simulators, in a controlled environment. The course is suitable for women of all physical abilities, and you will be encouraged to go at your own pace.
RAD for Women Certified Instructors:
Michelle Nuey, Manager of Community Relations
Campus Police Officer Patricia Fortier "Officer Pat"
Campus Police Officer James Massey
Campus Police Officer Kelly Mitchell
Campus Police Officer Ann Cunningham
Campus Police Officer Cesar Alarcon
Executive Assistant, Kate Felder
RAD for Men
The RAD for Men program offers participants an opportunity to raise their awareness of aggressive behavior, recognize how aggressive behavior impacts their lives, learn steps to avoid aggressive behavior, consider how they can be part of reducing aggression and violence, and practice hands-on self-defense skills to resist and escape aggressive behavior directed toward them. The program is designed to empower participants to make safer choices when confronted with aggressive behavior.
RAD for Men Certified Instructor:
Campus Police Officer Antonio "Tony" Bento