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A jiu jitsu five-o instructional for vehicle extractions

No more tug-of-war. One of the only BJJ video instructionals ever made to help you learn safer, more effective ways to remove uncooperative subjects from vehicles.

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Jiu Jitsu Five-O Vehicle Extractions // Course Outline

In this chapter, we discuss important tactical considerations when deploying these techniques on the street to ensure the highest levels of officer safety.

Learn two effective ways to remove an uncooperative subjects hands when they're tightly gripping the wheel.

Seatbelts can be challenging to remove in these situations. We show you an effective way to work as a team to get the seatbelt removed and keep the subject controlled while doing so.

Learn several techniques to remove the person from the vehicle, including techniques on how to deal with a someone trying to kick you.

Learn how to establish the Kimura as a dominant control tactic to get the subject into cuffs once removed from the vehicle.

If the subject lands on their back after being removed from the vehicle, it's important to know how to quickly get them into a promo cuffing poosition. We show you how.

Keeping your safety in mind, we cover several training tips to consider when training these techniques to keep you and your partners safe.


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Jason Swartz is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt and former Police Officer of 11 years. During his career he primarily worked patrol, and was also assigned as a 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. He currently trains and teaches Jiu Jitsu full-time to both law enforcement and civilians.