KMG KRAV MAGA FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
Krav Maga CQB training, hand-to-hand combat, defensive tactics, and fighting skills for Law Enforcement Units
Krav Maga has been successfully used to train law enforcement officers and undercover agents since the 1940s.
Over the decades since, Eyal Yanilov has worked to pass this knowledge on to Law Enforcement units such as SWAT teams, air marshals and intelligence agencies around the globe. Today, Eyal and KMG’s Global Team regularly conduct elite specialist courses for various law enforcement agencies around the world, customized to meet the specific requirements of the unit and country in which they serve.
Why Should Law Enforcement Units Train KMG Krav Maga?
KMG Krav Maga is a efficient, effective, tactical system that is easy to learn, easy to retain, and realistic to perform under stress. Our system was developed based on decades of experience training law enforcement units, as well as real experience on the job. Our Global Team includes Law Enforcement specialists who have actively served in their respective countries, and were also key actors in the development of Krav Maga over the last 25 years.
The KMG Krav Maga system combines instinct-based self-defense and fighting techniques with efficient tactics, training methods and drills. KMG offers a strong curriculum that teaches and develops courage, controlled aggression and determination, fighting spirit and combat mindset, situational awareness, as well as avoidance, prevention tactics and verbal de-escalation to defuse or prevent conflict situations whenever possible.
The system is constructed from three integrated parts:
- CQB, Armed and Unarmed Hand-to-Hand Combat. The officer learns how to defeat an opponent quickly and effectively. This involves different elements of a fight: tactics, techniques, and fighter mentality. Combat involves both unarmed techniques as well as use of tools (i.e. knives, sticks, guns, etc.) for all techniques.
- Self-Defense Techniques. Krav Maga self-defense techniques enable the practitioner to effectively defend himself against both armed and unarmed attackers. These techniques are practiced under stress, including simulations of adverse conditions and environments (i.e. in the dark, on the ground, in situations that limit the practitioner’s movement), as well as with or without tools or weapons on hand.
- Third Party Protection. This includes defending a third party (i.e. VIP, fellow officer, civilian, etc.) against all kinds of armed or unarmed attacks and threats. Training covers dealing with one or more attackers; moving, evacuating and taking care of the other person; and functioning under different conditions and environments, and with or without tools or weapons.
KMG’s integrated approach is direct and specific for law enforcement, as has proven results over the years in dozens of countries worldwide. KMG avoids instructional methods which train officers to be either sport fighters or mere operators of equipment. We prepare them for a variety of realistic situations and problems, honing their situational reactions, technical and tactical skills, problem-solving abilities, and decision-making skills.