USA Judo P3 Course
USA Judo P3 Course
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In 2021, USA Judo launched the P3 Program’s inaugural training session at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy to teach safer and more effective arrest and control techniques. The program was created by the USA Judo P3 Task Force consisting of ten individuals with experience in local and federal law enforcement, military and special forces, combatives trainers with domestic and international experience, an Olympian and Olympic Team Coach and collegiate and international Judo Champions. In total the task force has experienced thousands of arrests over a combined 150+ years of law enforcement work and training, having relied on their judo techniques throughout.
Basic Judo techniques will be taught that are easy to learn and effective for street use; stressing LEO safety and
implementing duty of care with suspects. Topics will include stances, approaches, gripping, takedowns, pins and holds.
Additionally, scenario-based drills and concepts will be taught with supplemental teaching materials and resources that can be brought back to home LEAs for implementation. To receive certification, each course participant will need to
convey full learning and application of the techniques and ability to teach them to others.
Level 1 certification graduates seeking re-certification will be tested on the basic techniques in clinical, teaching and
experiential settings. To be re-certified, each course participant will need to convey full learning and application of the techniques and ability to teach them to others
THIS COURSE IS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ONLY-Course is capped at 30 participants with a 10:1 Instructor to participant ratio.
This is a dual registration course.
Register with WLEA for lodging. Standard double-occupancy will be covered by OET. Special request single rooms are are an additional $33 per night charged to the agency or individual.
Register with USA Judo to be admitted to the course. The $700 fee is to be paid to USA Judo.
Comfortable athletic attire is required (sweats, gis, shorts, t-shirts) as this is an active training course that will include
stand-up and ground training techniques throughout the week.