FULL LIST OF Close-Quarters Combat RESULTS
Reality Training: Choosing your best less lethal option to win a confrontation–
Dave Smith reviews two videos that highlight the importance of "when-then" thinking in order to choose the right tool for the job in a UOF encounter.
Application of the Knee to the Tricep–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Don Gula founder of Arrestling Force Options Training discusses and demonstrates another way to get a prone subjects hands out from under his torso by applying the knee to the subject’s tricep muscle. This produces enough pain to gain compliance of the subject.
Reality Training: How do you control the driver during a traffic stop?–
A traffic stop that escalated into a struggle and a shooting serves as a strong reminder of how quickly these incidents can spiral out of control. Dave Smith offers key tips for controlling the driver you've pulled over.
Universal Principles in Motion 2–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Peter Hetrick of MPI Protective Services Training Academy discusses and demonstrates additional concepts surrounding the Survival X. This principle enables a recruit or an officer who does not have a great deal of martial arts experience to use repetition of movements in gross motor skills to effectively be able to defend themselves with a variety of their tools and weapons.
Gun retention techniques and the use of backup weapons–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Columnist Duane Wolfe — alongside demonstration partner and PoliceOne Contributor Lee Shaykhet — discuss ways in which weapon retention drills can be made as realistic as possible, as well as introducing the use of backup weapons into the scenarios.
Defeating a close-quarters ambush–
In this video tactical tip, Lee Shaykhet — alongside demonstration partner Doug Wyllie — speaks about and shows us some ways you can defeat an assailant who draws a weapon unexpectedly at hand-to-hand distance. Knowing that action always beats reaction, Lee offers some thoughts about how to reduce the time it takes to respond to that attack.
Underhook and Pike Series: Triple Threat–
In this video tactical tip, Ray Price of ISR Matrix International alongside demonstration partner Fletch Fuller, also of ISR Matrix International discusses and demonstrates what to do when using the Underhook and Pike technique and the subject attempts to go for the officer’s legs. Click here for the first video tip, here for the second one in this series, and here for the third in the series.
Underhook and Pike Series: When Subject Stands Up–
In this video tactical tip, Ray Price of ISR Matrix International alongside demonstration partner Fletch Fuller, also of ISR Matrix International discusses and demonstrates what to do when the subject attemptes to stand up and regain his posture. This is the third in a series of tactical tips on the Underhook and Pike technique. Click here for the first video tip, and here for the second one in this series.
Underhook and Pike: How to defend yourself against headlocks–
Ray Price and Fletch Fuller from ISR Matrix International demonstrate how to defend yourself against headlocks.
Universal Evasion vs. Common Attacks–
In this video tactical tip, Peter Hetrick — Operations Manager for MPI Protective Service and MPI Training Academy — discusses and demonstrates another way to think about getting off the X for a variety of types of attack.
Have a Backup Plan for Your Manipulation Skills (Duane Wolfe)–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Columnist Duane Wolfe — alongside demonstration partner and PoliceOne Contributor Lee Shaykhet — shares some thoughts and tactics about transitioning from one technique to another during a physical struggle.
Using the elbow-to-elbow technique to break a subject's grasp–
Joseph Ferrera discusses and demonstrates how you can combine two techniques: answering the phone, and the brachial stun.
Developing your abilities to move offline–
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.
Over Hand Arm Drag from Weapon Retention–
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.
Reality Training: How to survive an off-duty encounter–
Dave Smith takes us to Albuquerque (N.M.) in order to provide lessons on how to respond to a dangerous situation while off-duty.
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