radKIDS Online Registration Form

What is radKIDS?

Link to National radKIDS website

radKIDS at a Glance

radKIDS is the national leader in children's safety. radKIDS is brought to children and parents by the training and development of nationally certified instructors drawn from their own communities. By empowering a community with certified local instructors, the radKIDS Personal Empowerment Safety Education package is not just a program but also a true gift to the community.

radKIDS' Purpose

Since it's inception in 1998, radKIDS, Inc. has been committed to providing education that enhances the ability of children and parents to utilize knowledge, skills, and power to protect themselves from violence and harm.

radKIDS' Program Information

The radKIDS Personal Empowerment Safety Education Program is a 10-hour family centered safety education program that emphasizes essential decision-making skills as well as physical resistance options to escape violence. Children from 5-12 years of age participate in the program with their adult partners to create a true safety partnership. Click here to register your child for a radKIDS class. Class dates to be determined once there are 20 kids signed up for a class.

radKIDS Curriculum topics include:
  • Home, School and Vehicle Safety
  • Out and About Safety
  • Realistic Defense Against Abduction
  • Good-Bad-Uncomfortable Touch and more
  • Stranger Tricks (including Physical Defense against Abduction)
  • Self-realization of personal power

Muscogee County Sheriff's Office radKIDS

Program Instructor: Sgt. Glenda Hall
700 10th St. Columbus, GA 31901
Phone: (706) 653-4258
Fax: (706) 653-4234
Email: ghall@columbusga.org
MCSO radKIDS Staff

Instructor Training Program

The radKIDSŪ Instructor Program is a three-day certification course, September 16 - 18, 2009, detailing our core curriculum. Candidates will receive information on teaching children about school safety, home safety, out-and-about safety, vehicle safety, strangers and tricks (including physical defense skills), and personal safety (including good, bad, and uncomfortable touch).        More Program Information   -   link to Application Form -
email contact:   Sgt. Glenda Hall

National Network

Community-based organizations receive training and support from national headquarters to provide the radKIDS program as a part of their own youth work. These groups, which have safety goals compatible with those of radKIDS, include police departments, educational organizations, civic groups, fraternal organizations, citizens' groups and concerned parents.