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A police officer without training is an accident waiting to happen! Here is an excellent example of how proper ground control defensive tactics training gives an officer the ability to control the suspect without having to resort to deadly force. Plus, Ryron and Rener teach a critical transition from armbar to handcuffs that every jiu-jitsu trained police officer must know! More jiu-jitsu for law enforcement and upcoming instructor training course dates at: http://www.GracieSurvivalTactics.com
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