Blue Line Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a growing online resource for the men and women of law enforcement who also have a passion for Brazilian jiu-jitsu training. In the coming weeks, this website will begin being populated with conceptual articles, training videos, product reviews and resources to meet the specific needs of those in law enforcement who may need to use force to gain control of a subject.

The mission of Blue Line BJJ is:

  • To provide efficient solutions to ground based problems commonly seen in law enforcement.
  • To provide a ‘Team within Teams’ to support our brothers and sisters in blue regardless of jiu-jitsu affiliation.
  • To provide a platform to share techniques and grow the sport aspect of jiu-jitsu.

Certified Coaches

As the community grows, Blue Line BJJ will begin a offering a certification process to provide jiu-jitsu students and perspective new students with a list of brown and black belt coaches who also work in the law enforcement field. These coaches will fully understand the dangers of our career choice and have the skillset to help keep officers safer on the job.

To learn more, click here to go to our certified coaches page.

Combatives Partnerships

While we love jiu-jitsu, we also know that it is not the answer to every use of force situation in law enforcement. So, we’ve partnered with Hill Country Combatives to provide officers, deputies and jailers a great resource to fill in the missing pieces. We’ve also thrown our support behind a number of other combatives groups.

To learn more, click here to go to our combatives partnership page.

Supporting Non-Profits

Blue Line Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is proud to support a number of great causes and charitable groups, not just for law enforcement but also for all our friends in public service. This includes fire fighters and those in the military. Please consider showing your support to these and other worthwhile groups.

To learn more, click here to go to our non-profits page.


Disclaimer: The viewpoints and opinions expressed on this website are entirely those of Blue Line BJJ and are not to be taken as official views from the city or law enforcement agency where its members work. Any techniques that are demonstrated or discussed are to be done at your own risk. Consult with your local district attorney and your agency policy before implementing anything learned on this site. Federal law, State law, and agency policy always trump the opinion of Blue Line BJJ. Click Here for further.