RAD ProgramName: RAD ProgramDate: February 22, 2020Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM ESTWebsite: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ferris.edu%2FPublicSafety%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR1vrc-CBw2RkNggMCEUzi77vnkWwREN4Yf6ef8Ri7JkMcETVT4IjpRFIto&h=AT14q9FbxCvkS-EV9iZj1PB-prHrmeZ2aN3Jue7BL8geZrWdvuXNNkQzXsKncCDCcMX8mtzRi84AHCdN2tIJU0btfMl8neJwMLFXwzwecrCpbzIVwJv8jsqm9EddvjMXyOzSVqrdYP5OjincE6lvpzJ6jDE_jK-b8UPhb8K5DOkXxcOQJg160AZB5e-oWS_20Lvs92te_0OxfWtT91cpnkDwXvvgbf8LoWWGGV718VELs93UqRYCttAirsEnUbgUiS1N9JbpUQ-UhVHkvbbhzT6MWfhiYgbyFORAi_wJ3rmg_zU0vdT6Rcy3O1uGeOsMSadQCfwpcLVxAUNHVfrRD8UXGDI3DKQEvent Description:
The Rape Aggression Defense Program is a program of realistic, self-defense tactics and techniques. The Department of Public Safety hosts these programs throughout the academic year. RAD is not a martial arts program.
The RAD System is dedicated to teaching women defensive concepts and techniques against various types of assault, by utilizing easy, effective self-defense tactics. This system of realistic defense will provide a woman with the knowledge to make an educated decision about resistance.
Our courses are taught by Officer Nick Greenway and Detective Sergeant Tim Jacobs, who are certified RAD instructors.
The program is FREE and open to female students, faculty/staff, and community members. To ensure each participant is given the best experience and training in this program, we limit the number of participants to 20. Should DPS receive a high demand for the program, we may offer more classes later this spring.