Snoqualmie Police to host pepper spray defense class for RAD graduates

  • Tuesday, February 13, 2018 3:47pm
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The Snoqualmie Police Department is now offering self-defense classes with pepper spray for women who have previously completed the Rape Agression Defense, or RAD training.

All participants must have completed RAD training first.

The three-hour aerosol course will be held in the Police Department Training Room, 34825 SE Douglas Street, at a cost of $10. Participants can register for either 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday March 13, or 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 10.

For more information or to register, send email to Corporal Nigel Draveling at Include your physical address.

To learn more about programs and events hosted by the Snoqualmie Police Department, find them on Facebook and Twitter.

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