Learn better, safer and more practical ways of removing uncooperative subjects from vehicles. Learn techniques to remove hands from the wheel, how to remove the seatbelt, extraction options, dealing with legs and how to work as a team.
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This unique police training course is expertly crafted by law enforcement professionals and Jiu Jitsu black belts with extensive patrol experience. We bring firsthand knowledge from numerous real-world encounters to provide you comprehensive and practical techniques and tactics that work.
"Just had a pursuit end and driver refuse to get out of the car. The driver was still in their seatbelt hands locked on the wheel. I used one of the techniques I learned from a video of yours and they came out of the car fast and without any marks on them! Keep doing what you're doing it's awesome!"
"Hey man, your shoulder lock car extraction just saved my life. Got into a fight with a guy who was desparately reaching under his driver's seat...The shoulder lock was good enough to control his torso and pull him far enough away from the car. After the fight was over, we realized he was trying to get a gun from underneath the seat. Thank you so much for your videos. They save lives."
"Took the online training version of this course and it is awesome. Very shortly after used techniques learned from it on the streets and they worked like a charm."
"Had a drunk guy gripping the wheel and feet straight to the firewall...This worked real well, and real quick."
Jason Swartz is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt and former Police Officer of 11 years. During his career he was a patrol officer, lead combative tactics instructor, field training officer, firearms instructor and department training officer. He is the recipient of three life saving awards and multiple department commendations and unit citations.