Law Enforcement Special Training - Free Sample Videos - Introduction to Course These free videos will give you a sample of what you will learn on Paul Bonner's I Do Martial Arts Law Enforcement Special Training Course. Each video is filmed in high quality, using professional equipment and lighting. We pride ourselves on providing higher-than-standard quality of videos.
Description: Paul Bonner discusses the various key points of defending against a knife attack and what he will be teaching you in the Knife Defence level. You will see a sample of the Intercept and Ride the Pressure video
Important Concepts & Principles - buy this This section covers many basic concepts and principles of police officer training.
Description: It is important to learn to become always aware of your surroundings, and not become complacent. Especially for police officers, going to the same call, it is easy to have preconceived ideas about a situation which can be very dangerous.
Description: Watching the hands is something that is stressed in Police Officer training, but Paul Bonner takes a few steps further. These are points that are important to remember and greatly aid in keeping you out of a dangerous situation.
Description: This video covers an efficient way to handcuff a subject, to minimize the possibility of actions on the part of the subject. The subject is cooperative in this video to allow demonstration of this technique.
Description: This method of excorting a handcuffed subject keeps you and the subject safe, but can escalate if the subjects actions dictate it. There are three levels of escorting, each exerts more control as needed.
Description: Using the previous level of control from escort handcuffing this can be similarly used for removing handcuffs from a subject you don't trust. Using this control will make it safer for you while removing the handcuffs.
Description: These are principles on ways to escort someone without handcuffs, but still keeping safe and exerting control over the subject. Using these principles will also provide you with more time to react and better options if the subject suddenly decided to become uncooperative.
Description: Demonstrated in this video is the procedure followed for searching a compliant subject using the points learned in the previous video. Following this procedure will help keep you safe, provide control over the subject and remain legal and thorough.
Description: The brachial stun is a technique designed to immobilize your suspect with one strike. This is a very effective technique when executed properly and usually stuns the suspect for 3-7 seconds.
Description: This kick uses the shin to deliver an effective blow to the suspect, to take him down, or knock him away, etc. Paul Bonner shows the correct way of doing this kick, to ensure you practice it correctly.
Description: This is a drill sequence using the strikes and kick you have learned in the previous video. It is ideal to practice this as much as possible so that you do it correctly without thinking about it and can perform under pressure.
Description: The parry is a defense against an attack, used to quickly push an oncoming punch to the side. It can be followed up with an attack, going to options, or stepping out of range. Paul Bonner also demonstrates a drill you can practice.
Description: Empty hand skills and techniques are only necessary when the suspect is close in and your reactionary gap has been violated. It is very important to maintain that gap to keep safe. If it is violated it is vital to respond correctly with the right technique.
Description: This is a takedown or grounding technique that is very effective and works regardless of size and height. It can be used from the front or the 2.5 position and can be followed by active control, handcuffing or backing off and going to an option.
Description: This is a control technique you can use when someone is standing in front of you with their arms down to their sides. It allows you to get into the same controlled position as the last fingerpointing technique from which you can ground the person easily.
Description: What do you do if the suspect is not responding to anything you say because they are in so much pain? How do you safely control such a suspect? Paul Bonner demonstrates in three different scenarios here.
Description: In this video you learn how to grip the baton correctly, use the correct range and footwork. Some have a false sense of range because of the length of the baton and this video will explain that. Baton retention is also covered.
Description: This drill is used to practice a scenario where your attacker steps into intending to jam you. It requires you stepping off to the side with your body and striking to the thigh or forearm.
Description: Similar to the front kick but done from an angle, this kick can generate a lot of power and if landed well on your opponent can help give you time to get to an option or back on your feet.
Description: This technique is use to prevent your opponent from taking your legs out and bringing you to the ground. It is important to practice this technique so you can use it instinctively. You will need to be able to react quickly if someone goes for your legs.
Description: This video covers the importance of controlling the attackers head once on the ground. Following a sprawl, it is key to control the arm, and then the head, after which you can get up and go to an option.
Description: This is a very effective escape from the guillotine and ends with you controlling your attacker.
Knife Defence Principles - buy this In this section, Paul Bonner teaches you many principles of knife defence as well knife psychology. He demonstrates techniques you can use to learn these principles and shows you how effective these can be in saving you from harm.
Description: Paul Bonner explains why knives are a criminal's favorite choice of weapon, why certain people and cultures carry knives at all times, why knives are so dangerous, and why as a police or security officer it is important to understand those dangers.
Description: Everyone agrees a blade is dangerous, but what makes an experienced knife wielder more dangerous than one who just slashes or stabs with it? Paul Bonner explains the difference and why knowing this could save your life.
Description: Paul Bonner teaches how to use a baton effectively to defend against a knife.
Knife Defence Techniques - buy this In this section of knife defence, Paul Bonner demonstrates many techniques you can use in real-life situations to defend yourselves from a knife attack, regardless of the skill of the attacked.