RAD Self Defense Courses in Burlington MA


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- RAD is for adult women. Classes are usually at night and usually one night of the week for five consecutive weeks. Hours are usually 6 to 9 p.m. We usually hold one to two programs a year. Minors aged 14+ can take the program with a parents consent and in the company of a female parent or trusted adult.

- RAD for Men is for adult men. These classes are not in high demand but if enough men are interested we will run a program. Minors aged 14+ can take the program with a parents consent and in the company of a male parent or trusted adult.

- Radkids is for boys and girls age 8 to 12. Classes are usually held in the summer for 5 consecutive days (M-F) from 9 a.m. to noon. There is a Radkids program for younger children but these are held less regularly. We currently run three programs a year in the summer.

- RAD for Seniors is for older adult men and women. The program consists of 10 classes that are usually held two days a week in the afternoon for 90 minutes per class. We usually hold one to two programs per year.

If you can't attend the next course we will keep you in our contact list and notify you of future courses.

There is no charge for these programs and each program has a lifetime free return and practice policy anywhere that RAD courses are offered, except for Radkids, which ends at the child's 13th birthday.

When you take any of these courses please wear comfortable athletic clothing and please leave weapons and jewelry at home.

For more on the various RAD program offerings see www.rad-systems.com

For more on Radkids see www.radkids.org

If you have questions please contact Detective Anne-Marie Browne 781-505-4909 or Lieutenant Glen Mills 781-505-4945

For the latest information follow the Burlington Police Department on Twitter at www.twitter.com/burlingtonpd our website is at www.bpd.org

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