Layton City   search site  
Home Do Business Live & Work Play Departments Services & Payments Contact Us Follow Layton City Twitter Like Us on Facebook
   
  Skip Navigation Links
Content Image   Police Department




Published on September 1, 2013 - This is an archived news article. Please note that the information within this article may not be current.

radKIDS Safety Program

radKIDS is a child safety and empowerment course taught by the Layton City Police Department for elementary students 8 to 12 years old. The radKIDS course focuses on a variety of aspects of child safety including bicycle safety, vehicle safety, fire safety and stranger safety. A large portion of the class involves student participation in learning how to resist aggression defensively. More information on the radKIDS program can be found on their website at www.radkids.org. The course is free to attend, however registration is required. Class space is limited so be sure to register early. Follow the link below to view a video and news clip of officers teaching the radKIDS class at Whitesides Elementary in October, 2011.

Video & News Clip

Class Information

Days:Monday - Thursday
Times:Morning Class (8:30 AM - 11:00 AM)
Afternoon Class (1:00 PM - 3:30 PM)


2013 radKIDS Summer Schedule

ElementaryCourse DatesOnline Registration Dates
WhitesidesJune 10 - 13May 1 - June 7
East LaytonJune 17 - 20May 1 - June 14
CrestviewJune 24 - 27May 1 - June 21
EG KingJuly 1 - 3 & 5May 1 - June 28
LincolnJuly 8 - 11May 1 - July 5
Sarah Jane AdamsJuly 15 - 18May 1 - July 12
EllisonJuly 22, 23, 25, 26May 1 - July 19
HeritageJuly 29 - Aug 1May 1 - July 26
LaytonAug 5 - Aug 8May 1 - Aug 2
Mountain ViewAug 12 - 15May 1 - Aug 9
Vae ViewAug 19 - 22May 1 - Aug 16


**Each participant that is registered, must download, print and complete the Medical Release & Parental Consent Form and bring it with them the first day of class. To download the Medial Release & Consent Form, click here.



To register online, click here.




 
 
Index Contact Us Site Credits Privacy and Security Statement
Top