Rape Agression Defense System
Self Defense Class for Women
Sponsored by the Webster University Department of Public Safety
“To develop and enhance the options of self defense, so they may become viable considerations to the woman who is attacked.” - Lawrence N. Nadeau
Webster University offers both Basic R.A.D. and the Advanced R.A.D. twice each semester.
Basic R.A.D. is offered the first term of the semester, during the day and the evening. Evening classes are held on Monday nights from 5:30-8:30, for the first eight weeks of the semester.
Advanced R.A.D. is held the same day and time as the Basic R.A.D during the second eight weeks of the semester.
"Woman must not depend on the protection of a man but must be taught to defend herself." - Susan B. Anthony, 1871
- What is RAD
- Why is RAD needed?
- 4 Elements of Empowerment
- 10 Reasons to Choose RAD
- Meet the Instructor
- Public Safety Home
- Crime Prevention
- Rape Aggression Defense System
- Clery Crime & Fire Reports
- Crisis Response
- Sexual Misconduct Information & Resources
- Clery / HEOA
- Non-Emergency Law Enforcement Telephone Numbers