Corrections Officer Knife Survival: Self-Defense Training Course

| December 22, 2016

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Dealing with knives and improvised edged weapons is a fact of life for corrections officers, security guards, police officers, campus public safety officers and other security professionals.

However, correctional officers and other professionals are not the only ones in need of this training. Concerned citizens need to know how to deal with this lethal threat as well. Knife attacks can occur without warning, and if you are inexperienced and unprepared, you could end up severely injured, paralyzed or dead.

This course provides detailed step-by-step photos and descriptions for effectively dealing with the most common edged weapon attacks so you can survive a potentially deadly altercation. Links to online videos of the techniques are included right from the book.

This training can be utilized by anyone seeking to learn how to survive an attack with a knife and other pointed or edged weapons. There are news stories on an almost daily basis about someone being attacked with a knife. The recent random knife attack on the Ohio State campus on November 28, 2016 illustrates this all too well.

The harsh reality is that most people, even professionals, are woefully unprepared for a knife attack and unable to defend themselves from edged weapons.

This course is more than just a book. There are videos linked to each technique so that you can watch the techniques being done in addition to the detailed written descriptions and professional high quality photographs.

Learn how to protect yourself, your family, your fellow officers and your students before another knife attack occurs.

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