Martial Arts’ mission is to provide the most realistic
and practical life-saving self defense training possible, which
enables law enforcement personel and law-abiding citizens to
defend themselves against single and multiple assailants, and
RMA offers instruction in techniques and tactics that specifically address
the situations unique to police officers. Our simple, easy-to-follow
lessons teach students the theory behind strikes and kicks, come-alongs
and takedowns, psychological defensive tactics, and techniques including
one-hand defenses and defenses against weapons and guns.
Our training programs are targeted to those who want to be on the cutting
edge of law enforcement defensive tactics and other officer safety topics.
Our classes provide an environment in which new and innovative tactics,
skills and techniques can be demonstrated, shared, and discussed. Our
instructors are constantly looking for ways of improving our ability
to meet your dynamic needs.
The ultimate goal of Reality Martial Arts’ Law Enforcement Program
is to prevent injuries and save lives.
Jiu-Jitsu & Law Enforcement Self Defense Training
results of recent reality events competitions have seen grapplers
winning the majority of the time. The fact that many of an
officer’s arrest techniques mean taking a suspect to
the ground, it is extremely important that officers become
proficient in defending themselves from their back and have
the ability to affect escapes when a suspect gains an advantage
on the ground, usually with the mounted position. Brazilian
Jiu-Jitsu is a ground fighting martial arts style. Its practitioners
are intent on taking their opponent to the ground. RMA’s
BJJ Program allows Law Enforcement officers to work on their
Over the years, assaults against officers have steadily increased. Because
of this threat, every officer needs a valid defendable self-defense system
that can control hostile subjects.
more information, to schedule a Club tour, or other inquiries,
please stop in, e-mail Chuck at chuck@RealityMartialArts.com,
or call 215 536.8190.