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  • Virtual Class: The Elbow

    Beginning our new series, Virtual Class is HD instruction from weekly classes in Atlanta.
    Ranging from 30-45 minutes in length, shot with HD cameras and students cameras, these videos are indepth, organic, and sometimes hilarious instructional’s on a variety of topics.

    One question we are often asked, ‘How does Pramek use the martial art elbow?’

    Topics include
    -The mechanics of throwing the elbow
    -Two elbows everyone should learn
    -How to penetrate into a swinging attack
    -A devastating elbow from the clinch
    -Targeting and why some elbows do not work
    -How you can get knocked out – by your own hands
    -How to grab to get the best penetration with the elbow
    …and much more.

  • New Article from Dr. Landry

    Emergency Reponse Title page photo

    Congrats to Dr. John Landry for this new article he was part of the team on.
    We are glad to have him on our team for our close quarters tactics and LE training.

    Emergency Medical Response in Active-Threat Situations: Training Standards for Law Enforcement
    In an active-threat situation, emergency medical services (EMS) personnel may be unable to access the scene. This could require law enforcement officers to render care without EMS assistance to themselves, injured colleagues, or victims. A care gap of this type occurred in two recent high-profile active-shooter incidents.

    To develop law enforcement medical training standards based on identified gaps and needs, it is critical to understand current training levels. Unfortunately, little is known about law enforcement medical training and response in the United States.[2] The authors conducted a study that described levels of medical instruction provided to officers and evaluated the impact of specific training on selected medical decision-making skills. For the study they distributed an anonymous Internet-based survey through a law enforcement newsletter. In addition to demographic and training questions, they administered scenario-based survey questions (table 1) developed by a panel of experts.

    Read more
    http://leb.fbi.gov/2015/march/emergency-medical-response-in-active-threat-situations-training-standards-for-law-enforcement

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