The NC State Campus Police Department is sponsoring the following post-training classes and special seminars:
R.A.D. (Rape Aggression Defensive Systems)
R.A.D. is a very intense and dynamic self-defense program that places strong emphasis on avoidance methods but teaches and practices self-defense techniques with the realization that students still may be physically attacked and should be able to defend themselves realistically. The student is taught a wide range of options for defense. The program employs the use of a mock attacker (dressed in protective gear) so that students may practice full contact striking techniques. This program has been endorsed by IACLEA (International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators) and is a member of AWSDA (American Women's Self Defense Association).
The classes run each night from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m at Carmichael Gymnasium. For more information or to register for this class, contact Sgt. Jeff Sutton (phone 515-8579).
Safety First Self Defense
These lectures will last two hours. The lecture will consist of campus and public safety demographics, avoidance techniques, and instruction and practice of several proven self-defense methods.
Responding to Active Shooter
This hour-long seminar features a training video and discussion on how to respond to active shooters in a work environment or campus classroom setting.
Workplace Violence training is also offered as part of the HR Academy. The class focuses on being aware of signals and behaviors that are indicative of potentially violent offenders in the workplace. The Responding to Active Shooter video is also shown in this class.
Pepper Spray Training for the Public
Pepper spray is allowed on campus as a defensive tool, and we recommend receiving training in the proper use and care of pepper spray. This class is an hour long, and can also include an example of practical deployment of the pepper spray in a safe, outdoor environment.
Alcohol and Drug Awareness
Specifically oriented toward the student population at NC State, these classes consist of information about alcohol and drug laws, practical demonstrations and exercises of DWI field sobriety tests and marijuana odor awareness under a controlled environment. They also include safety tips on how to avoid personal risk, legal issues and university violations.
General Crime Prevention Lectures
These lectures usually last about one to two hours depending upon the client. The lecture will consist of campus and public safety demographics, avoidance techniques, and a few selective self-defense techniques.
For more information about a class or to schedule a class, please contact Ofc. Steve Carlton, (phone 515-5963)