Police Training program

In Kurodaiya Violence management Program for the police force (KVP) Policeman gets special additional training in self-defense and arresting techniques of new innovative and revolutionary insights based on the biomechanical process, where the mental and physical aspects are interwoven. It increase (boost) the self-confidence enormously. The weapon spectrum is not used as a priority means in violence management program of Kurodaiya if a person resist during arresting.

YOUR HANDS ARE THE BEST AND MOST EFFECTIVE TOOL TO CONTROL A PERSON WITH OR WITHOUT A WEAPON .

The stick is used as an effective defensive and controlING tool and not as a weapon to hit with. There is a special baton program that can work much more effectively with the neglected ands underestimated baton. Hitting is not allowed, defending is allowed.

The weapon spectrum is therefore omitted in the first place and not being used as a priority tool inside the spiral of violence. Almost everything can be done with bare hands. A non provocative defense posture of crucial importance. This creates a mental calm and exudes confidence from.

Very important is to understand targeted action to get the aggressor under control and keep it. The KVP teaches policeofficers to act at any stage of a conflict optimally effective, yet non-aggressive, de-escalating and 100% proportionally to offered neutralize the situation when there is resistance.

The KTEC Police program can be complemented both alone and as an essential addition to be used on the standard Poilice training.

The topics are:
Innovative, practical self-defense in the Kurodaiya system
Aggression and violence Management
Communication skills
Multicultural aspects
Non-provocative and practical defense posture
Controling, de-escalating and neutralizing
Effective arresting and cuffing techniques for transportation
Separation
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Transport
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Places and transported in a service vehicle
Proportionality and subsidiarity
The baton as an effective defensive weapon,
Teamworking- Dual procedures
Connection / coordination with colleagues, social workers, wardens and protectors
Crowd control