Where it all started, this is for law enforcement/correctional officers. This program was designed by Lieutenant Jerel Hallert (3rd Degree Black Belt), and Officer Byron Cragg (1st Degree Black Belt) . Over the years with assistance from professional MMA fighters, All American wrestlers, and other experts, this group has taken elements of combat sports such as Jiu-Jitsu, Grappling, Wrestling, Muay Thai, and Boxing and created a system that can compliment any traditional defensive tactics system. The problem with most DT systems for law enforcement is that they teach to not go to the ground in a fight or to just get up and create distance, but never teach you the how to do it. Most proactive department teach anywhere from 8-10 hours of ground defense a year, which is better than nothing but it is still not enough.
Getting off the ground or not going to the ground is not as easy as it sounds and since a large majority (65-90%) of violent encounters end up with both officer and subject on the ground, ground defense is a must. This system is not meant to make LEO’s ground fighters as we suggest that you do not go to the ground unless necessary, but since there is a high likelihood that the LEO will one day end up in this position, it is better to be well prepared and the basic 20 hour or advanced 40 hour LEO course can increase the odds in the officer’s favor. The system consists of sweeps, escapes, control holds, distance management, takedown defense/takedowns, usage of clothing; basic ground/clinch strikes as well as clinch offense and defense.
The most important thing to remember is that this is not a “complete system” in Law Enforcement. We call our system an integrative combatives system. Every agency in the country spends thousands of dollars training their officers how to do handcuffing, light touch, searching, weapons retention etc. Our system is meant to be added to your agencies current system of techniques and not to replace them. Whether it is 1 or all of the techniques in the system that you choose to integrate, rest assure these techniques are street proven for law enforcement.
This stands for Mental, Verbal, and Physical and is for individuals and companies in the private security sector. Since detention from a citizen often times can cause liability issue, The MVP program is a great choice. This system is developed specifically for security officers to use basic light touch controls and handcuffing/detention techniques to control detainees. This system also teaches the use of verbal commands/rapport building techniques to de-escalate situations either before a physical detention is conducted or after a control hold is applied to gain compliance and get a situation under control.
This stands for Personal Self Defense. This system is based more off of combat sport type fundamentals with very little emphasis placed on offensive maneuvers. This system is perfect for companies who have employees that make public contacts or for companies who want to see the health/wellness of their employees increase. The system is designed to create opportunities to escape situations safely and effectively and to eliminate those opportunities where a person may attack you.
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