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Gain the Confidence Needed to Handle Difficult Situations

Are you looking to provide your officers and first responders with the additional confidence they need to deal with situations rationally? By training and equipping them with new skills, they will be able to better handle difficult situations with less force. Training means confidence, and confidence is what you need officers and first responders to have in order to deal with situations rationally.  By having that additional confidence, officers and first responders can be expected to more easily de-escalate and reduce incidents. This in turn has a chain reaction effect on not only how the officer or first responder feels while in troubled situations, but also how the public views the tactics of law enforcement officers and first responders in those situations. 

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More skill means the use of less force. Less force applied reduces the risk of aversion to arrest. The more direct the application of the skill, the quicker an issue can be resolved. These classes aren't about teaching more force, but facilitating the learning of new skills.  Not only that but simply providing a space for officers and first responders to de-stress, have community with each other, and share experiences, can be extremely cathartic and therapeutic to how they behave while on the job. In the last 20 years of martial arts training, Aaron King has dedicated himself to multiple disciplines including but not limited to Jiu Jitsu, wrestling, Judo, Muay Thai, JKD, boxing, kickboxing, Krav Maga, and Sambo. Above these skills are his abilities to relate to people, be easily approachable, reading others, and their intentions while also being able to translate those skills to others. Teaching is his passion and being able to direct that knowledge toward the safety of those who protect us, is Aaron’s priority and mission. 

He has the utmost compassion for what LEO’s and first responders go through daily, as well as the sometimes poor stigmas placed upon them.  Being able to take the information he has already provided to so many other law enforcement and first responder professionals, but now on a local level in the county where he lives and has a business is his absolute goal.   

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