SPE TACTICAL TRAINING – POLICE COMBATIVES available at Whatstudy
Includes: Dimensions 15 × 20 × 05 cm | Weight 0.150g
Delivery: Digital Download
This is yet another quality training DVD from SPE Tactical Training.
This DVD was created by police officers for other police officers working in the field. This is not a martial arts video focusing on sport fighting or self-defense, it is a police control techniques DVD that allows an officer to gain control of combative suspects in a matter of seconds.
This DVD addresses the critical period when a police officer informs a suspect that he is under arrest. This is when most suspects choose to resist, and even previously passive suspects can become physically combative. By following the techniques shown on the DVD, a police officer can stop resistance the moment it starts. This greatly reduces the likelihood that the suspect or officer will be injured.
The techniques presented are simple to learn and are based on physics and body mechanics rather than brute force. This means that the techniques can be used successfully against larger opponents.
Most importantly, the techniques were designed to handle varying levels of resistance while also adhering to a police force/resistance continuum.
Join the growing number of North American officers who have learned and employed the skills taught by SPE Tactical Training. After all, your life and your career are at stake.
1. Physics and basic principles of combative police
2. The shoulder lock (my favorite)
3. Angle Armbar Takedown
4. Arm push movement from the ground
5. Straight arm movement on the ground (standing and kneeling)
6. Launching the circle
7. Straight arm bar drop
8. Straight arm sweep from anywhere
9. Elbow drop
10. Corkscrew fall
11. Reverse corkscrew drop
12. Drop of head control
13 Troubleshooting Tips
14. Five-second drills
15. Final comments
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- Skill level All levels
- Language English
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