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Charity Provides Free Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Training to Patrol Cops

“A blue belt level of knowledge is a night-and-day difference from someone who has no experience in jiu-jitsu. It's not even a fair fight at that point."

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Martial Arts and Officer Safety

Expertise in a martial art can help you end resistance and even attacks quickly and effectively, reducing risk of injury to you and the suspect.

Rear Waistband Disarming with Police Krav Maga

In a close-up encounter with a suspect who is drawing a concealed weapon, you are unlikely to outdraw him, but you can outfight him.

Rear Waistband Disarming with Police Krav Maga

In a close-up encounter with a suspect who is drawing a concealed weapon, you are unlikely to outdraw him, but you can outfight him.

The Side Control Position and the Resisting Arrestee

These easy to learn and simple to use techniques can help you take a resisting subject into custody.

Front Waistband Disarming with Police Krav Maga

If a subject you're approaching reaches for a gun in the front of his waistband, you can use these Police Krav Maga moves to disarm him.

Teaching Control Tactics with Jiu Jitsu

Why the Marietta (GA) Police Department made Brazilian jiu jitsu training mandatory.

NM Deputy Also Well-Rounded MMA Fighter

When Harvey Park reports to his job each morning as a Curry County (NM) Sheriff's deputy, he has no idea how his day might unfold. As an MMA fighter, Park wants to present the same unpredictability to an opponent that he faces in his job.

The Hands Have It: Protect Yourself From a Punch

The simple but effective hand position explained here is derived from a basic Taekwondo maneuver. I've also seen boxers like Joe Frazier and George Foreman use this "cover-up" very effectively as cover followed by a left hook. This technique will be a great addition to all other "cover-ups" you already have in your arsenal. Read Tony Pearson's full article here.

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25 Ways to Make Police Training More Effective

Because police training is in the news we thought it was a good time to ask veteran officers and trainers how they would improve law enforcement training and make it more effective. The following is collected from the comments of more than a dozen sources.

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