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The Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) System is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women...

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There is a registration fee of $20.00 for the course. It must be paid in cash at our office before your place can be officially confirmed. The course is offered to all women at McGill

The course lasts 12 hours and is spread out over a day and a half. To learn all about RAD please click on the More Info button below. To find out which session dates are available click on the Registration button.

   

What you can do in the event of an active shooter situation on campus...

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An Active Shooter situation arises when one or more persons participate in a random or systematic action demonstrating their intent to harm others. The culprit(s) may use firearms, explosives, knives, etc. to effect mass murder rather than engage in other criminal contact.

  

How staff can respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is about to lose control...

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The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® program, developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), not only teaches staff to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is about to lose control, but also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxieties and emotions when confronted with these challenging situations.

 

 


An Area Access Manager (or AAM) is a designated person within a department or faculty responsible for managing its card reader(s) by assigning and removing cardholder access to their areas and establishing and modifying card reader settings. AAMs receive specific training from Security Services.

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All Area Access Managers must have this training. You must be approved by your manager to register for this course.

  

 

 

We facilitate safety presentations customized to meet your unique security needs...

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Security is our business. Let our experts bring their Security Know How directly to you. Community Relations and Prevention will come to your faculty, building, association or area to deliver a presentation on the security issues which most affect us all. Fill out a request and we can even customize a presentation for you!


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