As a Self Defense Expert, we at SDR teaches Pan Kau Rau Shen warrior arts in the areas of principles for street combat.
In my past, I been in research and been certified in the areas such as: Defensive And Arrest Tactics ( D.A.A.T), Principles of Subject Control ( P.O.S.C for Corrections), and Pressure Point Control Tactics ( P.P.C.T). This does no include my areas of study on Correctional Officer Readiness Training (C.O.R.T ).
As explained in Part# 1, defensive tactics truly is watered down self defense methods for police officers, not principles for street combat. Principles for street combat literally means, laws or truth of a system for urban 'to fight' or fighting. What this means is, the reality of defense and arrest tactics are there. But, laws and truths of fighting methods, pressure points, and subject control are all part of a unified 'system' of fighting.
In the past a reserve officer, police officer, corrections officer, and security officer principles for street combat is the' sampler of street skills' for survival. On the streets, officers not only have to protect themselves but, also bringing the suspect into custody.
In my research, martial arts is disciple of skills. Police officers need this principle in their arsenal. Ethics of combat is clear. The' Ethic' clearly means giving the opponent what he/she clearly deserves. Not what you think they deserve. That is NON, LESS LETHAL, or DEADLY FORCE.
Technology is trying to make an officer's job easier. But, it is not easy as it looks. Officers need, principles ' law, truths, or a fact' of a thing to not only make their jobs easier but, safer too. Defensive tactics is more like a 'watered down version of self defense with arrest procedures attached'. When this truth is taught, defensive tactics will have a whole new meaning.