What is Wrestling For Police?
Methodology: We teach proven techniques that all police can utilize regardless of age, physical stature and experience.
Wrestling For Police gives law enforcement the tools needed to have absolute control of an individual without having to use strikes, joint manipulation, knees on the neck, and choke holds. The low liability aspect of our training is a huge advantage and sets us apart from the other popular Defensive Tactics programs using jiu jitsu. Our goal at WFP is to reduce the amount of weapon deployments and use of deadly force during violent encounters.
The staff at Wrestling For Police have studied countless real interactions where the suspect and or the law enforcement officers have been seriously injured or even killed due to the lack of ability to control a violent or fleeing suspect. In every one of these scenarios, the same mistakes have been made. WFP has broken down our basic wrestling program into a curriculum where we correct these mistakes and train the proper use of our techniques. Applying the easy to learn basic wrestling techniques will change an uncontrollable encounter into a very controlled, safe situation.
This course is one of the most effective courses a first responder will ever go through. Unlike most of the Defensive Tactics programs, WFP does not require a vast number of complicated steps to be effective.
The Wrestling for Police program gives Law Enforcement and first responders a great tool for absolute control. The ability to control a combative person through basic wrestling lessens the likelihood of having to use OC, taser and most of all deadly force. Wrestling For Police is not designed to replace current defensive tactics programs but to enhance and supplement their current training. How to get noncompliant individuals into handcuffing position is taught. Handcuffing is NOT taught during this course. No gun belt or handcuffs required to attend the WFP course. Throughout our research, handcuffing is not the problem we are seeing. Not being able to control someone prior to handcuffing is the consistent problem we have seen time and time again. This is what sparked "Wrestling For Police" to become a part of the solution.