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Rape Aggression Defense Training

"To develop and enhance the options of self defense, so they may become viable considerations to the woman who is attacked." Larry Nadeau, R.A.D Founder

Contact Information

For an Emergency
(Police, Fire, Medical)

Dial 9-1-1

Emergency Numbers
From a University Phone

Obtain an outside line, then dial 9-1-1

Non-Emergency Numbers
Rutgers University-Camden
856-225-6111
Biomedical and Health Sciences at Newark
973-972-4491
Rutgers University-Newark
973-353-5111
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
732-932-7211

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R.A.D. Instructional Objective

Rutgers University Police Department - Newark Division (RUPD-N) offers R.A.D. training free of charge as a service to the female members of the University Community -- students, faculty and staff. RUPD-N encourages all Rutgers University female faculty, staff and students to take advantage of this opportunity.

R.A.D. is a nationally recognized self defense training course designed exclusively for women who are willing to learn defensive tactics to be utilized during a physical confrontation. Students are taught how to heighten their situational awareness to reduce the likelihood of a physical confrontation.

The program, through lecture, discussion and technique training, provides instruction in basic self-defense through topics as awareness, risk reduction and avoidance, and confrontation. These topics are presented by RUPD-N officers in multiple sessions. An optional simulation exercise is offered at the end of each class to allow class participants to utilize the defensive tactics learned in a controlled scenario.

For more information regarding R.A.D., please visit the official website at www.RAD-SYSTEMS.com. For information about on-campus training programs and sessions contact Rutgers R.A.D. Training Coordinator Sergeant Daryl A. Yelverton at 973-972-4925