• Attorney's Office: Amy Taylor, Perry Davis
  • Mona Elementary School: Kylene Jones, Angie Daniels
  • Red Cliffs Elementary School: Linda Hanks, Jilean Ercanbrack, Andrew Robinson, Celeste Robinson

160 N. Main Street, Suite 217
Nephi, Utah 84648
Phone: (435) 623-3460
Fax: (435) 623-8919
Email: law@co.juab.ut.us

The Juab County Attorney's Office is proud to be part of the nationally
recognized radKIDS family of instructors.

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School radKIDS Classes:
Our goal is to sponsor radKIDS classes at Mona, Nebo View, and Red Cliffs Elementary Schools once each year
for all second, fourth, and sixth grade students.

Contact Perry Davis or Amy Taylor at (435) 623-3460 or law@co.juab.ut.us
for more information or to register now!

radKIDS at a Glance

radKIDS is the national leader in children's safety. radKIDS is brought to children and parents by the training and development of nationally certified instructors drawn from their own communities. By empowering a community with certified local instructors, the radKIDS Personal Empowerment Safety Education package is not just a program but a true gift to the community.




radKIDS Curriculum topics include:

  • Home, School and Vehicle Safety
  • Out and About Safety
  • Realistic Defense Against Abduction
  • Good-Bad-Uncomfortable Touch and more.
  • Stranger Tricks (including Physical Defense against Abduction)
  • Self-realization of personal power


"The day that Elizabeth came home was such a wonderful day for us. But I felt so strongly for all the parents out there that do not have the ending we have. And I think if there's a way of helping to prevent that situation, then you should do it. I really feel that radKIDS can make a difference." --Ed Smart on the CBS Early Show, February 22, 2005

       Ed Smart

National Network

Community-based organizations receive training and support from national headquarters to provide the radKIDS program as a part of their own youth work. These groups, which have safety goals compatible with those of radKIDS, include police departments, educational organizations, civic groups, fraternal organizations, citizens' groups and concerned parents.



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Updated: July 27, 2005