The RAD 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 Department adopted and is now routinely providing this program as a service to the female population of the UAB community.
We offer the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) self defense courses to all faculty, staff, and students free of charge. Our course is designed for women only and is a participative active seminar with lots of fun and action. There are two versions of this class; a 2-day program that runs from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm and a three night program that runs from 6:00 pm until 10:00 pm.
Your certified instructors are Deputy Chief Zandral Washington, Sergeant Javier Lawson, Corporal Steven Gladden, and Police Officers Michelle Burrell and Sarah Wolpert.
2017 Classes:Each class consist of three consecutive evenings, 5:30 pm until 9:30 pm, UAB Police Headquarters (PHB) 204.
- -- March 20-22
- -- June 19-21
- -- September 18-20
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