Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Training Classes

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The Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) Program is a woman's self-defense and awareness training program developed by Larry Nadeau and his staff in Virginia. It is an internationally recognized, proactive, physical defensive tactics-training program provided to females around the nation. After much research and extended efforts, the UAB  Police & Public Safety Department adopted and is now routinely providing this program as a service to the female population  of the UAB community.

The R.A.D. System’s instructional objective is to develop and enhance the options of self-defense, so they become viable considerations to the woman who might be attacked. R.A.D. is a twelve-hour course, which is broken up into three, four-hour sessions offered during the evenings specified. 

If you are a UAB student or employee, please visit https://www.uab.edu/police/rape-aggression-defense-program-new-classes to register. 

You may contact the following individuals to obtain course information:  

Mrs. Tonya L. Webb, (205) 934-2409 or Deputy Chief Zandral Washington, (205) 996-2247.

Your certified instructors are Deputy Chief Zandral Washington, FTO Kenyata Duncan, Sergeant Larry Bailey, and Corporals Steven Gladden and Michelle Burrell.

Wednesday, September 25 at 5:30pm to 9:30pm

UAB Police Department, Training Room 208
1117 14th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35205

Event Type

Training & Development

Target Audience

Current Students, Faculty & Staff

Website

https://www.uab.edu/police/rape-aggre...

Cost

Free for UAB students, staff and faculty; $55 for general public

Department
Police & Public Safety
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