Tuesdays & Saturdays from 11:00am-12:30pm
Ideal for police officers, sheriff deputies, bailiffs, jailers, correctional personnel, and security staff!
Gendai Taiho Jitsu (Modern Arrest Techniques Art) is an art dedicated to teaching arrest techniques and principles under modern law enforcement conditions. As with our self-defense system, every principle has been developed under realistic conditions with the input of experienced officers to better ensure their effectiveness for the safety of the law enforcement officers expected to utilize them in their line or work. We are committed to ensuring that each and every officer, regardless of their role in law enforcement, obtain the knowledge and skills to not only save their lives, but reduce the likelihood of them sustaining injuries all while improving their overall ability to perform their respective duties.
Each need is specifically addressed including unarmed, baton, pepper spray and handgun retention and deployment under duress.
Where and when are the law enforcement classes held?
Our classes are held inside the MWC Sports Complex at 2510 Longmill Rd, Youngsville, NC 27596 on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 11:00am-12:30pm. Each officer is also welcome to attend the civilian focused adult classes as well. The training in the adult classes will only enhance their abilities.
What are your classes like?
How one trains is how one reacts. So, we teach practical principles and train under realistic street-like situations as often as is feasible. You may ask, isn’t that dangerous or at minimum rough? Some schools believe that the only way to train for the street is under full contact conditions. It probably is the most realistic, but not the safest nor the most enjoyable. As most adults must hold down jobs in order to pay their bills, we can’t miss work due to injuries. We provide a safe and enjoyable, but realistic training environment for everyone. These training scenarios replicate what actually happens to officers on the job. We focus on compliant, resistant, high-risk, and life-threatening scenarios. The unknown is made known, the fear eliminated, and confidence TRULY instilled. Further, the classes are not only informative, but fun and a great workout as well.
What do I wear?
Our adults are welcome to wear sweat pants and a t-shirt. If you decide to join our program and attend regular classes, we offer our school t-shirts. In addition, we do ask that you wear shoes appropriate for training on wrestling mats – either wrestling shoes or a martial art shoe. For your trial month worth of classes, a clean pair of tennis shoes is fine. Every male student will need to wear a groin cup in class. At times, we recommend each officer wear all their gear just as they would on the job (all guns must be unloaded of course).
How do I get started?
To sign up for your first class, contact Doug Cobb at 919-488-0343 or email@example.com. For LEO and industry professionals, you can jump right start taking classes with our instructor, Mazo Pleasants.
What benefits can I expect from your program?
- better prepared to handle the diverse scenarios in the law enforcement profession
- increased on the job safety (and likely in everyday life as well)
- greater confidence
- get into great shape
- improved leadership skills
- improved ability to communicate clearly and directly
- increased problem solving skills
- increased focus and effectiveness at work
- the ability to remain calm and use clearheaded thinking during stress or crisis
What happens after the first month trial?
If you are serious about taking the next step with us, one of our staff would sit down with you to discuss what plan best suits your situation. We do not require any student to sign a contract. Our goal is to treat you like a valued customer so you keep coming back to class. We do, however, offer special rates for those who are willing to make a long term commitment including family plans and discounts. But, we are first and foremost honest about what one will gain from our classes verses trying to get you into a contract. Most sign up for classes in 3 month segments.
TO GET STARTED, contact Doug Cobb at 919-488-0343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.