Azor, Italia (PressExposure) February 01, 2012 -- International Krav Maga Federation (IKMF) is offering an exclusive course for law enforcers, designed to suit their specific requirements. A law enforcer needs a particular set of self-defense skills as he is expected to enforce the law while using only minimum force. IKMF course for law enforcers enables them to act efficiently within their limitations.
Talking about the Krav Maga programs, a senior trainer with the organization commented, "Krav maga is an art that can be tweaked to own requirements. These courses help individuals learn self-defense skills as well as combat techniques to defend others. Krav Maga training enables the law enforcers to deal with any situation on the street."
Krav Maga is a flexible combat system, a definite advantage it has over other martial arts. Training for law enforcers classifies violence into levels of magnitude. Use of firearms constitutes the highest level, deploying sharp objects is termed moderate level, while the empty-handed combat is in the lower level. Using Krav Maga, police officials can deal with the law breakers without hurting them seriously.
Law enforcers who receive the training learn to use their combat skills and tools with efficacy. As the trainer commented, "Police personnel have been given the authority to enforce rule of law. We teach them to deploy their arms and skills in the best possible manner. They learn to use pistol as a cold weapon and the handcuffs to bring a miscreant under control.
Kravmaga techniques train law enforcers to use force in limited manner. They learn the art of controlling the opponent with minimal force or retreating without harm. It provides the law enforcers the ability to continue operating under unusual and complex situations. Training can be conducted in a short period of time without any need to pull them out of their regular duty.