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Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Program

The Marywood University Department of Campus Safety offers the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) program. The RAD system is the only endorsed self-defense program for women endorsed by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Agencies. This program is a 9-hour comprehensive attempt to provide participants with information, tactics, and considerations which may be useful for various types of abductive encounters perpetrated against women.

Contact the Department of Campus Safety if you are interested in participating in this important program.

Campus Safety Resources

Operation Identification is part of the Marywood University Crime Watch program designed to help prevent burglary.

How It Works

You engrave your Drivers License Number onto valuables such as stereos, cameras, TV sets, computers. Then, you place a small Operation I.D. sticker on exterior doors and windows warning housebreakers that all valuables on the premises are marked for easy identification.

Everyone is urged to participate. The program is designed to help protect your business as well as your home.

How Does the Program Prevent Burglaries

Law enforcement officers know that the average burglar is an opportunist. In most cases, he doesn't care whether he breaks into your house or a neighbor's. He just wants to get in fast and steal what he can sell easily for cash.

The Operation I.D. sticker on your door warns the housebreaker to stay away. Burglars know that if they're caught with marked merchandise it's solid evidence against them. Fences don't like to handle marked items, either. So chances are, the burglar will leave your home alone and head for easier pickings.

In addition, Operation I.D. helps you recover your property if it is lost or stolen.

Join Operation Identification

Stop by the Department of Campus Safety office to inquire about joining this program.

The federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act went into effect on October 28, 2002. The law requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where state law enforcement agency information concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. It also requires the sex offenders, already registered in a state, provide notice to each institution of higher education in that state, as to where the person is employed, carries on a vocation, or is a student.

Pennsylvania's Megan's Law, 42 Pa.C.S. 9799.1, requires the State Police to create and maintain a registry of persons who have either been convicted of, entered a plea of guilty to, or been adjudicated delinquent of certain sex offenses. Additionally, the Pennsylvania State Police are required to make certain information on registered sex offenders available to the public through an Internet website.

Information regarding registered sex offenders on the campus of Marywood University may be obtained at pameganslaw.state.pa.us.

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Alhusayn Abu Bakr
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Jason Ardan
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Todd Ardan
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Leonard J. Carlucci
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Jeff D'Angelo
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Renee D. DePietro
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William Healey
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Daniel Kimes
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Lisa Kimes
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Delwin Morgan
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Debra A. Muchal
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Michael Mueller
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David Nevins
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Douglas Powell
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