Class is Open for Women to Learn Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) at Bloomington

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Leslie Slone
Detective Sergeant, IUPD-BL
lslone@indiana.edu
(812) 855-4111

RAD LogoThe IU Police Department in Bloomington, Indiana will be hosting a Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) class scheduled for April 3, 5, 10, 12 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. each night.  RAD is a system of self-defense for women.  The training will be held in the Campus View Apartments Activities Room each night.  Campus View is located at 800 N. Union St, (north of 10th St and Union St). 

There is no charge for this training.  The first three nights are required and the fourth night is STRONGLY encouraged.  The fourth night can be very intense for survivors and is optional, though consistently very beneficial, for participants.RAD protective suit

You may want to visit the website of RAD Systems to find more information as it may answer some of your questions also. http://www.rad-systems.com/index.html 

If you have questions or would like to register for the class, please contact Detective Sergeant Leslie Slone. (more information is at the end of this article)

  • Participating RAD Instructors:
    • IUPD Lt. Andy Stephenson
    • IUPD Sgt. Dave Rhodes
    • IUPD Sgt. Rebecca Schmuhl
    • IUPD Officer Nick Luce

Thank you,
Sgt. Slone
Leslie Slone
Sergeant, Criminal Investigations
1469 E. 17th St.
Bloomington, IN 47408
(812) 855-4111
lslone@indiana.edu

Brochure information regarding RAD:

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