Saturday, February 1, 2020

Welcome To Tucson RadKIDS!

Thank you for visiting our basic information site. We truly appreciate your initiative in keeping your child/ren safe. Our RadKIDs team is here to help you ease your anxiety or worries while providing a unique educational program ensuring your little ones safety.

RadKIDS is a nationally recognized, children's safety education and empowerment program primarily designed for children between the ages of 4 and 12.  Children learn awareness and avoidance techniques to prevent or escape situations that may involve bullying, school violence or abduction attempts.

Unlike traditional martial arts, our program directly addresses current threats through unique age appropriate education and realistic yet playful scenario training. Our volunteer team consist of certified instructors, local educators, martial artists, fitness trainers and retired Military.

We conduct private radKIDS classes at Crossfit, special weekenders at the UA and run the full 8 hour radKIDS 'Awareness-Prevention' course at the UofA. This is held annually in June and is open to all. 

If you want to prepare your child/ren and help them grow a sense of personal security plus ease your own anxiety then consider RadKIDS. Review this site and the subsequent pages, please annotate any questions then call or email us. The below information is for our radKID graduates and their families. To see when our next scheduled classes will be held, click here.

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Next UA session: 6/8/2020

Drop in Session
Come by with your child (5 to 8 years of age) and learn about the radkids empowerment program. Well behaved children will be taught basic safety techniques to protect themselves from bullies and bad strangers. Parents are invited to attend as well.

Date-time: June 8 200pm-315pm
Location: University of Arizona "kids camp" SRC
Drop in Cost: $15 UA affiliated, $25 community
Pre-register: Space is limited, please register here at Campus rec website

Full Program:  Parents, the radkids 'awareness-prevention' course covers 8 hours of empowerment methods all used to prepare your child/ren with safety plans. Our small group classes are designed to provide more personal instruction and attention to each child attending.
Registration: via the Youth and Family program at UA
Full program dates: June 2020
Cost for full the program is: $65 fee paid to the UA . If you plan on participating in the full 8 hour session, please email us to be put on the list. 

Monday, December 30, 2019

Urban Street Defense: Krav Maga

Parents...consider an investment in your personal safety and take Krav Maga. This Israeli form of self defense is a Reality Based Personal Protection System available to adults. Preview a class and listen to a testimonial in the above video. To learn more about this training and to register for an introductory session search "Combat FIT Tucson" or click here.

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Help Delete Online Predators

Every day, children are being tricked and sexually solicited online.

A true story?
Suzie Starks, a 12-year-old, was fairly popular. Suzie spent a lot of time online. She felt more comfortable there. One day she met a new friend online. They liked the same music. They worried about the same subjects in school. They promised to keep each other’s secrets.
They decided to meet at the mall. Suzie showed up early. So did her new friend.
Only her friend wasn’t in middle school. Wasn’t nice. Wasn't a girl...... and wasn’t 14.

You may not know what your kids are really doing online or who they are actually writing to. Most of the time, they don't realize who they really are writing to either.

So get involved. To protect your kid’s online life or report an incident, call 1-800-THE LOST or visit

Learn how to talk to your kids about better protecting their online lives. Visit "HDOP": help delete online predators.

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Your child on-line, Safety tips

Teach your children to be safer both on-line contains fun games and videos that each kids the importance of personal safety, internet privacy, computer viruses, instant messageing safety. To ensure a safe and positive experience for children, does not link to any outside sources. You can trust that this site is safe for your children.

Bullying on-line
For tips on what to look out for and to ensure that your child is not being bullied on-line, click here.

On-line Exploiter Victimizing Your Child?
Reduce the Risk
~Spend time with your children on-line. Have them teach you about their favorite on-line destinations.
~Keep the computer in a common room in the house, not in your child's bedroom. It is much more difficult for a computer-sex offender to communicate with a child when the computer screen is visible to a parent or another member of the household.
~Always maintain access to your child's on-line account and randomly check his/her e-mail. Be aware that your child could be contacted through the U.S. Mail. Be up front with your child about your access and reasons why.
~Find out what computer safeguards are utilized by your child's school, the public library, and at the homes of your child's friends. These are all places, outside your normal supervision, where your child could encounter an on-line predator.
~Instruct your children:
*to never arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone they met on-line and not to believe anything written to them about new 'friends' wanting to fly-drive out and meet.

*to never upload (post) pictures of themselves onto the Internet or on-line service to people they do not personally know or give out identifying information such as their name, home address, school name, or telephone number;

*to never download pictures from an unknown source, as there is a good chance there could be sexually explicit images or respond to messages or bulletin board postings that are suggestive, obscene, belligerent, or harassing;

For more information, visit FBI's Internet Safety website