KRAV MAGA FOR SECURITY FORCES

The Israeli training

Krav Maga is the self-defense technique and hand-to-hand combat created by Imi Lichtenfeld in the early 1940s. Initially, it was adopted by Israel’s defense groups before its independence in 1948, when it became the only philosophy adopted by the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces), Israeli police and secret service.

Security forces – military, police or private security units – face situations,  have goals, risk levels and requirements completely different from the civilian world, and therefore Krav Maga training must be different from what happens in regular classes at gyms .

Troop training

The Krav Maga prepares the troops in a short time to react in real situations, through a simple technique based on the natural reflexes of man.

Targeted program

The training program is unique for each unit, considering: armament; clothing and equipment; operating environment; type of enemy; and troop mission.

Unit needs

Each unit is trained according to your needs, including type of techniques and simulations. Targeted training improves troop performance.

Emotional control

Krav Maga training increases the agent’s self-confidence and emotional control: he must be emotionally prepared to react when his life is at risk.

Israeli Training

The Krav Maga is the philosophy of personal defense and melee combat of Israel, used by its forces of security, army and secret service.

Training Modules

 

Each security unit has its own kind of mission, enemy, operating environment, level of aggression, equipment and weaponry. And these are different in each unit. Elite army troops; personal security; police; shopping center safety: each of these, and many others, have unique characteristics, and so the training should be directed.    

Therefore, according to Krav Maga’s philosophy, training for security forces is directed to the needs of each unit. Thus, it is divided into 23 modules, each with the characteristics, techniques and simulations pertinent to each unit to be trained. This form of training results in a faster and effective troop qualification. Check out some of the 23 existing modules:

Self-defense basic training

Personal safety

Security of events

Border Security

Air Marshal

Use of tactical baton and tonfa

Police Special Forces

Military Special Forces

Hostage situations

Ship Security

Counter-terror Units

among others

Programs

The programs can be modified according to the chosen group profile, workload and training form. There are several modules not described on the site, and we can still design a specific program to meet the special needs of agents and / or units.

Workload

The courses are taught in different workloads: 16, 24, 32, 40 hours or more, and can reach 3 months of constant training. The differences between them are the number of techniques taught, the variety of simulations and the improvement of the agent.

Location

Training can be done at the contractor's base, where we bring a team of trained and experienced instructors; or at our Training Center in Rio de Janeiro.

Certificate

Participants who obtain a proficiency index of more than 75% will receive internationally recognized certificates.

Trained security units

With a heroic history record of victories in combat, Krav Maga was restricted to the Israeli military elite for almost 2 decades, as it was considered one of the country’s secret weapons. Later, when its teaching was released, the Israeli experience in defense and combat began, and the technique overcame all difficulties against enemies with numerical and warfare superiority, to the world, getting good reputation in the ​​security field, in several countries .

Today, leading security forces around the world have already adopted the Krav Maga philosophy. Some national and foreign corporations were trained by us and authorized the disclosure of this fact, such as:

Comandos Anfíbios ( The Brazilian Navy Seals, which worked in Rio Olympics 2016 against terrorista attacks)
Polícia Rodoviária Federal (The Brazilian Federal Highway Police, which worked in Rio Olympics 2016)
Personal Security of the Presidency of the Republic
BOPE (Batalhão de Operações Policias Especiais) (Police Battalion of Special Operations)
CIGS (Centro de Instrução de Guerra na Selva) ( The Brazilian Green Berets)
FoForças Especiais do Exército (The Brazilian Army Special Forces)
Operações Especiais dos Fuzileiros Navais (The Brazilian Marines Special Forces)
Polícia do Senado Federal (Federal Senate Police)
Guarda Municipal do Rio de Janeiro (The Guard of the city of Rio de Janeiro)
Escola de Material Bélico (War Material School)
12º Companhia de Guardas da Amazônia (The Amazon Guards Company)
Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil (Brazil's equivalent of the Bar Association)
ComComitê de Segurança dos Jogos Pan Americanos (Security Committee from The PanAmerican Games)
Subsecretaria Militar da Casa Civil (deputy secretary for military affairs of the Civil Office)
Polícia Militar do Amazonas (The Amazon Military Police)
Presidency of Republic
IPD (Inst. Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento do Exército) ( Research and Development Army Institute)
1° Batalhão de Polícia do Exército (Army`s Police First Batallion)
3° BI (Batalhão Infantaria) (Infantry Batallion)
12° BPM (Military Police Batallion)
9° Esquadrão de Cavalaria Motorizado (Motorized Cavalry Squad) • Justiça Federal (Federal Justice)
Justiça Federal
ACADEPOL - Academia Estadual de Polícia Civil (Civil Police Academy)
Marinha do Brasil - Companhia de Polícia (Company of Navy Police)
1ª Bateria de Artilharia Antiaérea (Anti-aircraft Artillery Battery)
Polícia Federal - Segurança para os Jogos Pan-Americanos
CorpCorpo de Bombeiros Militar do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro `s Military Fire Department)
CIPM - Comando das Unidades Operacionais Especiais (Special Operations Units`s Command)
Polícia Federal - Segurança para os Jogos Pan-Americanos (Federal Police- Security for the Pan American Games)
Presidência da República - Casa Civil (Republic`s Presidency – Civil Office)
TRT - Tribunal Regional do Trabalho (Regional Labor Court)
United States Police Defensive Tactics Association
Assosiação Cristã de Moços Y.M.C.A.
Prefeitura de Belo Horizonte (City Hall of Belo Horizonte)
Prefeitura de Teresópolis ( City Hall of Teresópolis )
Intelig Telecom
EMGEPRON
Instituto Vital Brazil
Pacin - Segurança de Shopping Centers ( Mall Security )
Grupo Technip
Bitahon
Justiça do Trabalho ( Labor Court )
Secretaria de Segurança (Rio de Janeiro's Security Secretary)
Polícia Federal de Brasília (Brasília Federal Police)
Segurança FIEMG ( FIEMG Security )
DEPAZ - RJ
DEPAZ - Campos
Segurança Pessoal Governador RJ ( Rio de Janeiro`s Governor Personal Safety )
Receita Federal ( Brazilian I.R.S. )
Several american states S.W.A.T
Polícia Nacional da Turquia ( Turkey National Police )
F.B.I.
G.I.G.N. ( France Anti-terror Force )
Several Elite Groups for ViPs Protection
42 Countries Military and Police Forces
Among several other private companies from all sectors and security companies, who did not authorize the disclosure