Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) is a national program designed to provide women with the concepts and methods needed for self-defense. The program enables women to take a more active role in protecting themselves and their psychological well-being.
R.A.D. program classes are held every quarter at the UCSD Police Department located at Campus Services Complex, Building B (map). The class is taught by certified R.A.D. instructors over three evenings, and costs $10. It is open to all women in the community.
Take a R.A.D. class to learn:
- Effective and proven self-defense techniques
- Awareness and prevention
- Risk reduction and avoidance
Open to UCSD Staff, Students, Faculty and affiliates
Minimum age requirement: 16
Time and Date
3 consecutive days, 4-hour sessions each day (12 hours total)
Tues., April 12 through Thurs., April 14, 5–9 p.m.
Police Training room, UCSD Police Dept, Campus Services Complex-Bldg B (map)
$10 for new participants, free to returning participants