While we love jiu-jitsu, we also know that it is not the answer to every use of force situation in law enforcement. It’s important for officers to be well versed in all aspects of close quarter combat. That includes striking, firearms and tac-med techniques. So, we’ve partnered with Hill Country Combatives to provide officers, deputies and jailers a great resource to fill in the missing pieces. We are also interested in supporting additional combatives groups.
Hill Country Combatives
More about Hill Country Combatives will be added soon.
If you are a part of a combatives group that would like help incorporating jiu-jitsu into the training you offer, reach out to Blue Line BJJ either on Facebook or via our contact page.
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