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Video: Developing your abilities to move offline

In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group — alongside Peter Hetrick,... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

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Developing your abilities to move offline Secure - Login Required

In this video tactical tip, Diana Rathborne of the Minnesota Kali Group — alongside Peter Hetrick, also of the Minnesota Kali Group — shares a number of drills you can teach your officer to help them get off the X. It takes many repetitions to create the physical skills (muscle memory) and neural pathways, but by using the drills in this video you can help your officers be safer in a confrontation with a subject.
Developing your abilities to move offline

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A different look at weapon disarming Secure - Login Required

In this video tactical tip, Peter Hetrick — Operations Manager for MPI Protective Service and MPI Training Academy — discusses and demonstrates some different views on weapons disarming techniques. It is intentional that Sean — Peter’s partner in this drill — is considerably larger, because the defensive tactics shown here are well suited to encounters between adversaries of vastly different size.
A different look at weapon disarming

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Over Hand Arm Drag from Weapon Retention Secure - Login Required

In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller of ISR Matrix International — alongside demonstration partner Ray Price, also of ISR Matrix International — speaks about and shows us an avoidance skill for someone grabbing your gun called the Over Hand Arm Drag from Weapon Retention.

Over Hand Arm Drag from Weapon Retention

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Video: Try this avoidance skill for someone grabbing your gun

In this video tactical tip, Fletch Fuller of ISR Matrix International — alongside demonstration... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

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Keeping your trainees from freezing during defense training Jeff Paynter - Training to Win

Keeping your trainees from freezing during defense training

Police trainers should attempt to move officers who have mastered individual skills toward developing schemas — blocking groups of well-learned skills together for different environmental problems - Full Story

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How officers can integrate firearms and DT training

How officers can integrate firearms and DT training

In order to prevail, an officer needs the ability to quickly shift gears and apply the correct force option, particularly when facing danger in close quarters. - Full Story

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4 reasons every cop should be trained in Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

4 reasons every cop should be trained in Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint

I was privileged to have been trained by the great James Lindell of Kansas City Police Department in 1979, and learned his system of Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint (LVNR) as well as his follow-up protocol - Full Story

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How to ensure your arrest and control training is effective

How to ensure your arrest and control training is effective

A physical engagement of officers attempting to control a large suspect — and the subsequent grand jury decision — have people marching in the streets and agencies looking at their arrest and control training. - Full Story

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How to ensure your arrest and control training is effective Lt. Kevin Dillon (ret.) - Developing Better Training

How to ensure your arrest and control training is effective

A physical engagement of officers attempting to control a large suspect — and the subsequent grand jury decision — have people marching in the streets and agencies looking at their arrest and control training - Full Story



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Developing Better Training Developing Better Training
with Lt. Kevin Dillon (ret.)
Critical Combative Concepts Critical Combative Concepts
with Charles Humes