The purpose of the Krav Maga Force Training program is to teach the Police Officer, Armed Forces Member, or Close Protection Operator the principles, techniques, tactics and mindset needed to defeat an adversary and win a violent confrontation. In a safe, courteous, professional environment and through qualified Instructors, trainees will learn stances; movement; combative strikes; defenses against common attacks; tactical ground techniques; weapon disarm techniques; edged weapon defenses; impact weapon defenses; and weapon retention techniques. The Krav Maga New York Force Training Team was developed by Chief Instructor Edward Raso (Major NYSP/retired) with 32 years law enforcement experience. Many of our Instructors are active-duty Law Enforcement Officers that are certified in the Krav Maga Fighting System. They have real world experience with street violence. Classes are "hands-on" and designed to teach the operator principles and techniques that may someday save his life.
The number of police officers killed with their own handguns continues to be a serious problem facing U.S. law enforcement. Unfortunately, many handgun retention systems often ignore the fact that officers most often lose their sidearm during prolonged struggles (e.g., headlocks, chokes, punches, etc.). Officers rarely have their weapon simply snatched from their person without a preceding struggle; therefore, a realistic weapon retention system must also address the struggle sequence preceding the taking of the officer’s sidearm.
ALL Krav Maga Techniques:
• Are based on natural instincts/reactions.
• Are simple and usable by people of different strengths and body sizes.
• Address the immediate danger.
• Include a simultaneous or nearly simultaneous counterattack to neutralize further attacks.
• Are comprehensive enough to cover a wide variety of scenarios.
…..… Hunt The Wolf
We also offer Customized Seminars that can be tailored for your agency / police department based upon your specific needs. We have conducted these training seminars at police academies, agency facilities and at our training center. Have your agency’s training director contact us for more information.