radKIDS

The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is proud to offer a violence prevention program just for kids!! radKIDS is committed to providing each child with a personally empowering and comprehensive foundational paradigm of safety based on self-value, self-worth, and self-esteem. Now with the help of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, radKIDS is now available in your area!!

What is radKIDS?

radKIDS is a personal empowerment safety educaton program that educates and enhances the ability of children, parents, and families to utilize knowledge, skills and power to protect themselves from violence and harm.

radKIDS FAQ

radKIDS is an organization of adults that want to help make sure ALL children are safe. The people who are part of radKIDS are working every day to see to it that every child in every community and town learns how to protect themselves. There could even be a radKIDS program already in your town!! radKIDS programs are all across America and Canada. You might want to ask an adult to help you find out where the closest one to you is.

What does radKIDS teach?
radKIDS teaches you all kinds of cool things, like what you can do to be safe from fires, or how to be safe when you’re out shopping, even what to do if a strange dog scares you. radKIDS teaches *lots* of cool stuff!

Who are radKIDS?
radKIDS are cool kids that never let anyone hurt them. radKIDS know that they are special and absolutely worth protecting. radKIDS knows that you can’t have somebody with you all the time to protect you, so the best way for you to be safe is to be able to protect yourself!

What do radKIDS do?
radKIDS always have a radKIDS plan for situations that may put them in danger! They know what to do and how to get help fast. They know how to protect themselves.

What are the radKIDS rules?
All radKIDS know three important rules. The radKIDS rules are:
No one has the right to hurt me because I am special!
I don’t have the right to hurt anyone else unless they try to hurt me and then I stop them!
If anyone tries to hurt me, trick me, or make me feel bad inside, it’s not my fault — SO I can tell!
How do I become a radKID?

Simply sign up for class with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office and it’s FREE!

Class Schedule

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Contact Information

Corporal Pam Revels: 334-319-4173
Sergeant Jessica Daley: 334-319-0325
Sergeant Rebecca Tate: 205-283-6914

You may contact all three deputies through this e-mail address: radkids.lcso@yahoo.com

1900 Frederick Road
Opelika, AL 36803-0688
(334) 749-5651
lsco@leecountysheriff.org

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