Officers need a variety of methods for controlling uncooperative suspects, including specialized empty-hand skills to survive life-threatening encounters at close-range. The latter a consideration which has been virtually non-existent in a number of police training programs. Tactical Jeet Kune Do’s concepts and philosophies include a variety of fighting styles that fill in gaps, which currently exist in some police defensive tactics programs. Stand-up (close-quarters CQC), ground combatives, weapon retention and blunt and edged weapons techniques are covered as as well as the tactical ability to flow from one fight forum to another. These are just some of the important aspects relevant to force continuum.
Tactical JKD is broken up into specialized training modules that utilize a stepped progression. They include the following:
- Tactical Defense Methods
- Survival Combatives
- Rapid Assault Tactics
- Impact and Edged Weapons
- Integrated Control Tactics
So what makes Tactical JKD superior to other close quarters systems?
Our operational goals and objectives are simple:
- Training must be reality-based
- Methods must be easily learned and retained
- Techniques must work in a variety of situations
- Applications must coincide with the force continuum
- Techniques are not dependent on size or strength
- Applicable to a wide range of operational needs
- Contain practical and functional reality-based fighting philosophy
This is why our system is used by the United States Special Forces, Military, Marines, Rangers, F.B.I, D.E.A, C.I.A, S.W.A.T. Teams, and with over 50 police Departments in the U.S and abroad.