My Law Enforcement Instructor Course is highly specialized program for Military and Law Enforcement professionals. Developed and refined over and over again, the techniques featured in the program have been adopted by virtually every federal and state law enforcement agencies to include the special operations community. My Law Enforcement Training is a “living program” that is continually evolving based on feedback from those who are using it in the field. Today, Shifu Zhao Hui's Law Enforcement program offers multiple levels of instructor certification as well as a fully interactive online learning course for those who can’t make it to the hands-on instructor courses.
This system is made up of the most practical, safest, most effective, and easily accessible nerve motor and pressure points in the human body. It's easy to learn, with techniques that can be successfully applied by both men and women. Their use is easily defended in court because of their low propensity to cause serious injuries.
This sparring system teaches how to handle combat stress, which occurs when people are faced with active aggression. Combat stress occurs as a result of adrenaline. And while adrenaline makes you temporarily stronger and faster, the resulting combat stress causes dexterity and coordination to drop off remarkably, not to mention other sensory experiences, such as tunnel vision, auditory exclusion, and time distortion. High stress sparring drills gives students the opportunity to learn how to deal with the physical and mental effects of stress. Sparring begins with one-on-one scenarios, eventually moving on to handle multiple attackers.
Our hold escape system is based on the concept of "commonality of technique." We teach simple defenses that can be used against a variety of attacks from similar positions, rather than teaching a wide variety of techniques that can cause dangerous brain stalls during which a person becomes confused as to which defense to use. Our system also relies primarily on gross motor skills making the system easier to learn and apply, while under the effects of combat stress.
Our primary throws and takedowns have been carefully selected for their self-defense value and ease of application in a close body contact situation. We always demonstrate the use of strikes and other defensive techniques that serve to distract an attacker making it easy to take them to the ground.
These techniques are practical for use against assailants who offer resistance when being apprehended or arrested. They make use of pain compliance through pressure point applications and joint manipulation.
Police and other law enforcement officers are far more likely to be faced with weapons in their line of work. We have a practical system of defenses against the weapons that are most commonly used on the street. It is based on using distractive measures, evasive manoeuvres, and the development of a strong sense of distance and timing.