Aikido for Law Enforcement

Aikido for Law Enforcement

Instructors: L Jackson

Course Length: One Day – 8 HRS

Cost: $50.00

Course Description:

The Intermediate Use of Force Course is designed to provide students with a basic

overview of Aikido techniques that can directly be applied to law enforcement Officers

and their everyday duties. Aikido, a Japanese martial art, is preformed by blending with

the motion of the attacker and redirecting the force of the attack rather than opposing it

head on. It is also one of the few martial arts that takes responsibility for the attacker’s

safety which causes the least amount of bodily injury to the attacker. Drills and

techniques taught in the course are directly related to situations Patrol and Police Officers

find themselves in on a daily basis and will closely resemble real-world deployment.

Principals stressed in the course will include: come along techniques, arm pinning

techniques, subject take down techniques, etc.

Prerequisites:

Active duty Law Enforcement

Physical Requirements:

Students should be in decent physical condition with no health concerns that would limit

mobility; however, techniques can be adjusted for those with limited flexibility. This is

an active course and students will be required to demonstrate Aikido tactics throughout

the class.

Equipment Needed:

Note taking material

Notes:

Students should wear comfortable clothing that allows plenty of mobility, i.e. gym attire,

t-shirt, wind pants, 5.11 style pants, BDU’s, jeans, etc. Long pants are require, NO

SHORTS.

Payment Method:

Payment is not due until the first day of class. Please make checks payable to

Galveston Police Dept Training Division.

 

 

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