Campus Security and Emergency Services

Campus Security and Emergency Services

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Campus Security and Emergency Services offers various types of training for faculty, staff and students.

R.A.D. Systems

The Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) System provides women basic information on personal safety, awareness, risk reduction and avoidance. R.A.D. teaches practical defensive techniques that require no special skills. This is employed as women learn to be more aware of their surroundings. R.A.D. also offers the opportunity to test these learned skills on a real person during an optional simulated attack session.

Course Information

Course availability:  keep informed of upcoming courses, subscribe to our list serve

Course: Oct 10, 17 and 24, from 5-9 pm each evening.  

To register, please email to register for the course.  The course is free.  You must be able to attend all course dates to complete the course.

Why R.A.D. is special

  • The largest network of its kind with over 3,000 instructors trained to date who have trained nearly 100,000 women
  • The only program with a free lifetime return and practice policy. Honored nationwide and in Canada
  • The development of specialized simulation techniques and equipment for use by certified R.A.D. instructors
  • The only self defense program ever endorsed by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA)

R.A.D. Basic Physical Defense Program

The cornerstone of the R.A.D. System, this course has its foundations in education and awareness. The course includes lecture, discussion and self defense techniques, suitable for women of all ages and abilities.

To learn more, email

(All above information has been provided by R.A.D. Systems.)

PREPARE Training

PREPARE is a certification course offered by Campus Security and Emergency Services at minimal cost (to cover supplies) to university members. The course can be requested by any group up to a maximum of 20 participants, and is four hours in length.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize early warning signs of anger or hostility
  • Effectively utilize personal space, body language and paraverbal communication to relieve tension and defuse hostility
  • Employ verbal intervention strategies to de-escalate situations before they become more disruptive or potentially dangerous
  • Maintain on objective and professional attitude when responding to an agitated individual
  • Invoke four priorities essential to your organizations Violence Response Procedures
  • Effectively debrief once Tension Reduction occurs

For more information, contact Case Management Coordinator, Murray Skeggs at 613-533-6733 or email

Security Awareness Training

If you would like to know more about the services and programs offered by Campus Security, or what you can do to keep yourself and your property safe on or off campus, we would be happy to have one of our senior staff speak to your group.

Please contact the Director of Campus Security,  to arrange a training session that meets the specific security awareness needs of your group.