Rener Gracie on why every cop needs one hour of Jiu-Jitsu training a week

A world-renowned martial arts expert argues why cops must be adequately trained in defensive tactics


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Law enforcement officers are often put into difficult situations where they need to make immediate decisions on levels of force needed to stop an attack, to defend others or themselves, or possibly to use to effect an arrest of a resisting offender.

In this episode, host Jim Dudley speaks with Rener Gracie, world-renowned Jiu-Jitsu expert, practitioner and chief instructor at the Gracie University about the current deficits in law enforcement defensive tactics training and how use of force “reform” could endanger both cops and civilians.

Follow Rener Gracie on Instagram for additional discussion about police use of force and share your opinions on this topic here.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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