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Parker Brad - The ten brazilian Jiu-Jitsu moves every cop should know


Author : Parker Brad
Title : The ten brazilian Jiu-Jitsu moves every cop should know
Year : 2015

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu burst onto the scene in America when a quiet, good-looking Brazilian named Royce Gracie shocked the martial arts world by winning the first Ultimate Fighting Championship in a seemingly effortless fashion. What the rest of the world didn’t know is that the Gracie family had been developing this art for the past 75 years in Rio de Janiero. What’s become known as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) proved to be a dominating factor in mixed-martial arts tournaments throughout the 1990s’. The public safety sector picked up on its success and now agencies such as the FBI, DEA, and LAPD and various elite groups of the military including the Rangers, Delta Force and Marines have included the techniques of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in their curriculum. "With this you are able to survive long enough for help to get there," says Pat "Hawk" Hardy, long-time law enforcement officer and current assistant district attorney and criminal investigator for Jasper County, Texas. "The thing that makes it great for law enforcement is that it’s easy to learn, you don’t have to be super athletic and it is effective." Hardy should know what he is talking about – he has 35 years of martial arts experience with a national full-contact karate championship title won in 1975. In 1977 he fought for the world full-contact karate title. "What I like about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is that it’s easy to do," he says. "Most of your criminals out there have plenty of time to workout and get strong, a lot more time than you or me with a family and trying to make a honest living." BJJ Reduces Injuries, Claims According to Sgt. Greg Dossey of the Los Angeles Police Department, the adoption of Brazilian Jiu- Jitsu into its arrest and control curriculum is good for LAPD officers, arrestees and the community. LAPD now has a curriculum that consists of ground techniques based on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, as well as the traditional joint locks and "pugilistics" or striking techniques. In the first two years the techniques were introduced, Dossey says there was a 19 percent reduction in injuries to arrestees and a 8.5 percent reduction in injuries to officers. There was a 13 percent reduction on excessive force claims against the department and a nine percent drop in civil actions filed against the city. He says 6,400 officers have been through the 40-hour program and they receive continuing training three times a month as well as bi-annual divisional training and an annual recertification. "We don’t try to make them the world’s most skillful grappler," says Dossey, "but we definitely give them enough skills to develop confidence on the ground." He attributes a 24 percent decrease in the use of force reported in all arrests to that increased officer confidence. ...

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