Detroit, MI 48202
RAD Aerosol Defense Options is a one session class lasting only four hours and covers all you need to know about the various chemical self-defense sprays currently available. Class participants will learn the most realistic methods for accessing, deploying and assisting the aerosol defense option; and if it fails to work (and it may), learn the proven backup strategies needed for successful escape.
R.A.D. Systems has conducted over 300 videotaped live test exposures to various aerosol defense products with a wide range of delivery systems. Stop believing a manufacturer's selling hype. We know what works and what doesn't through hands on experience. Participants must have already completed the Women's Basic Physical Defense program, as you will build upon the skills you learned in that Basic class.
All RAD classes will be held at the Wayne State University Police Department. located at 6050 Cass Avenue at Burroughs, two blocks north of the Ford/I-94 freeway.
The RAD Aerosol Defense Options course costs $20.00 per participant for the four hour class. Payment is required at time of registration. We can accept cash or checks, payable to 'Wayne State University Police'.
You must register in advance to ensure your enrollment:
In order to maintain a high student to instructor ratio, class size is limited to the first 20 registered participants. To register for this class, please bring your $20 registration fee and your WSU OneCard ID, to the Records Section of Wayne State Police Department located at 6050 Cass Avenue at Burroughs, two blocks north of the Ford freeway. (Feel free to park in the 'Police Only Zone' in front of the building as the course registration will only take a couple of minutes).
WSUPD Records Section Office Hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Registrations for this upcoming RAD Aerosol Defense Options class will be accepted until 4:30 pm on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 unless the class fills to capacity before that time.
NOTE: All RAD Aerosol Defense Options class participants must have already completed the Basic Rape Aggression Defense class to attend RAD Key Chain Defense Options as you will use and build upon the skills previously learned in the RAD Basic Self Defense Class you attended.