"When I first stepped in to the Academy and met Estefan and Bianca I knew this was my school!! I have been a police officer for 20 years and train in the Jiu- Jitsu for Law Enforcement Program. As a Use of Force Instructor for the past 18 years I am blown away with Estefan's professional approach and what this program has to offer. With the limited in-house training that occurs in most police services, I HIGHLY recommended the JJLE Program for ANY law enforcement officer looking to build an effective and easy-to-learn set of techniques and strategies that will keep both the police and the public safe during a police interaction. Amazing culture at Stasis too! Look no further because Stasis Jiu- Jitsu has nailed it!"
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Designed with the aim to deliver a multi leveled curriculum that breaks down complicated techniques into easily digestible sequences. With a curriculum, it creates focus and consistency towards improvement.
DUTY BELT RETENTION
The dangers of ending up in a grappling situation is the possibility of the bad guy grabbing hold of a weapon. Here, I have developed strategies that will not only allow for maximum control. But also the ability to protect your duty belt from ill-willed individuals
BITE AND SPIT PROTECTION
Throughout the entire program, the techniques that are taught will give you the ability to protect yourself against those that spit or bite.
It's important to understand strategies that will contribute to the de-escalation of conflict. Our academy culture focuses on using these skills to control situations with patience and knowledge, rather than aggression and anger.
Part of what makes this program so unique is that I have run through the idea of a potential bystander recording the officer in the midst of an arrest. What they will see is nothing other than skill, focus and mercy, especially when applying the techniques taught.
REGAIN TRUST WITHIN OUR COMMUNITIES
It pains me to see good officers be casted as evil when bunched together with those that give law enforcement a bad name. It is part of my duty to help contribute to the reunification of civilian and officer. This can help us return to the days when children would run to shake hands with their local police officer and see them as heroes of the city, rather than enemies of the people.