As the official defensive tactics system of the Israeli Defense Forces, the Israeli National and Military Police, and Israeli Special Operations and Security units, Krav Maga has been tested in every law enforcement and military environment, from front lines to back streets, from prisoner transport to "take no prisoners".
The Krav Maga Force Training Division (KMFTD) has taken important steps to refine Krav Maga for the needs of American law enforcement. Keenly aware of use-of-force issues facing law enforcement.
The Krav Maga law enforcement-training curriculum has been divided into ten basic areas:
• Self Defense
• Weapon Retention
• Defensive Tactics Against Threats Involving Handgun
• Defensive Tactics Against Attacks With A Blunt Object
• Defensive Tactics Against Attacks With An Edged Weapon (Knife)
• Defensive Tactics Against Threats With A Shotgun/Rifle/SMG
• Utilizing Impact Weapons for Defensive Purposes and Striking Techniques
• Arrest & Control / Officer Safety Tactics
• Ground Fighting (Law Enforcement Applications)
• Special Operations.