R.A.D. is a rape aggression defense course. It is a personal safety education program with a practical blend of threat avoidance strategies and real world assault resistance tactics for women. The focus of the R.A.D. course is on the development of personal and physical safety skills that can be safely practiced in a comfortable learning environment. The R.A.D. program is not a traditional self-defense course. It fills a longstanding void by enabling women to learn a set of cognitive and physical skills which will be beneficial for a lifetime. R.A.D. students find the manner of instruction to be supportive and the course to be a very empowering experience. The R.A.D. program, which has been taught to thousands of women at universities worldwide, is offered to female students only through Campus Police. We have four certified R.A.D. instructors that work together teaching the courses to provide students with a more personal experience. If you are interested in participating in R.A.D., contact Lieutenant Wes Wiles at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803/323-2541.