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52-year-old Taekwondo champion trains Capital’s women cops in self-defence

52-year-old Taekwondo champion trains Capital’s women cops in self-defence

Flying kicks, elbow strikes, middle punches, drop kicks and other fighting and defence techniques are a regular feature of the daily routine of the women preparing to join the Delhi Police. And the Delhiite who is mentoring their transformation in the last stages of training, as part of the force’s Sashakti campaign, is Taekwondo champion, Shakeel Ahmed.

Local retired law enforcement officer achieves Isshin-Ryu 9th degree red belt

Local retired law enforcement officer achieves Isshin-Ryu 9th degree red belt

Honeycutt, a twice-retired law enforcement officer, earned his Ku-Dan and a Lifetime Achievement Award recently at a ceremony in Oak Ridge. It’s a discipline that very well might have saved his life a time or two during his police career. Earning his Ku-Dan was no easy feat.

Police learn martial arts to assist with suspects resisting arrest

Police learn martial arts to assist with suspects resisting arrest

Beckley Police officers are receiving defensive training that could help save their lives and the lives of suspects. Every Beckley Police officer, more than 50, will receive the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu training by the end of April at Family Martial Arts in Beckley.

UFC’s Royce Gracie Teaches Police Officers Jiu-Jitsu

UFC’s Royce Gracie Teaches Police Officers Jiu-Jitsu

This week, the Moore Police Department is hosting a unique training for police officers around the world. World-renowned MMA fighter and UFC Hall of Famer, Royce Gracie, is in town to teach the art of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. It’s an additional option for police officers to defend themselves from aggressive or resistant suspects.

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