This is not a standard defensive tactics video where each compliance technique is demonstrated on a stationary cooperative subject. In the real world an officer will face a hundreds of highly resistive and combative subjects. Many times these subjects are already engaged in ongoing physical conflicts when the officer arrives.
Many officers have quickly learned that police academies have not properly prepared them to physically control highly resistive subjects. Watch this 145 pound officer easily control even the most highly resistant subjects with these street proven methods using what is considered to be one of the best practical custody and control systems ever seen on video!
The FACT System is not a standard custody and control system where the officer learns compliance techniques on a "stationary cooperative subject" as learned in police academies. Yet, the standardized wristlocks used by officers all over the United States are the building blocks of the FACT System making these new techniques easy for anyone to learn and apply on the street.
Some of the "Fast Action Control Techniques" within this video integrate nerve attacks, of balancing methods, and common compliance techniques into one simple, street proven application.
The FACT video is very fast moving, detailed and fully chaptered for easy repeated access to each technique. The "fast action demonstrations" are designed to illustrate the relationship between perfect practice and application in "real time" the way it actually happens on the streets.
--> FACT Video Clip About George Vranos:
In addition to a being a 16 year police veteran in Massachusetts George Vranos is also a certified police defensive tactics instructor, licensed boxing coach, a field training officer, and a competitive wrestler.
During Vranos' 16 year police career he closely studied and identified the most common methods suspects instinctively use to resist or escape standardized police compliance techniques during emotionally charged situations. Vranos then researched, developed and tested hundreds of applications to develop the FACT System.