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LaGrange County Sheriff offering RAD self-defense class for women

Chief Deputy Tracy Harker, Deputy Tyler Randol, and Matron Kim McKibbin of the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department talk a RAD (Rape, Aggression, Defense) class for high school girls in Mrs. Duff's class at Westview High School. 

Chief Deputy Tracy Harker, Deputy Tyler Randol, and Matron Kim McKibbin of the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department talk a RAD (Rape, Aggression, Defense) class for high school girls in Mrs. Duff's class at Westview High School. 

Chief Deputy Tracy Harker, Deputy Tyler Randol, and Matron Kim McKibbin of the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department talk a RAD (Rape, Aggression, Defense) class for high school girls in Mrs. Duff's class at Westview High School. 

Chief Deputy Tracy Harker, Deputy Tyler Randol, and Matron Kim McKibbin of the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department talk a RAD (Rape, Aggression, Defense) class for high school girls in Mrs. Duff's class at Westview High School. 

Chief Deputy Tracy Harker, Deputy Tyler Randol, and Matron Kim McKibbin of the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department talk a RAD (Rape, Aggression, Defense) class for high school girls in Mrs. Duff's class at Westview High School. 


LAGRANGE COUNTY, Ind.—The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is offering RAD (Rape, Aggression, Defense) classes for women in the community.

The Department recently hosted a class at Westview High School, for high school girls in Mrs. Duff’s classes (see pictures above).

The three week program teaches students self-confidence and how to defend themselves if they are in a situation where they need to.

Both women in the community and high school girls can take the class.

For more information on hosting a class, contact Chief Deputy Tracy Harker at (260) 463-4704.

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