Rape Aggression Defense
R.A.D. stands for Rape Aggression Defense. R.A.D. is a program that is
designed to help women overcome the effects of sexual harassment and sexual
violence on campus by teaching assertiveness, awareness, risk recognition,
avoidance and physical defense strategies.
The R.A.D. Objective is to develop and enhance the options of self-defense,
so they may become viable considerations to women who are attacked.
R.A.D. Is the largest women's self-defense training organization in the
world, and is taught at colleges and universities throughout the United States
R.A.D. consists of 3 hours in the classroom and 10 to 12 hours of practical
hands-on training, and all classes are free of charge to all female Endicott students, faculty, staff, and alumnae.
Dates for the Fall 2014 sessions are as follows:
Tuesday, October 7th
Wednesday, October 8th
Tuesday, October 14th
Wednesday, October 15th
Wednesday, December 3rd
Thursday, December 4th
Wednesday, December 10th
Thursday, December 11th
Each class will be held from 7:00pm-10:00pm at the Center for Nursing and Health Professions, and there will be a shuttle running to and from the Campus Safety Building each night.
If you are interested in signing up for the class or have any questions, please contact Sergeant Jay Erickson.
View the R.A.D. brochure (.pdf file)