Gracie Jiu-Jitsu For Federal Law Enforcement Officers

Yesterday, the Jiu-Jitsu Times posted a of video of an unarmed man pushing around three Swedish police officers.

If you didn’t see the video, you can check it out here.

America seems to have the opposite problem. Some police officers in the Land of the Free are using far too much force, particularly against African Americans. The results of such force have been deadly and have sparked nationwide protests from civil rights groups such as Black Lives Matter.

Gracie Barra, easily the biggest name in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, is looking to find a happy medium between weak law “enforcement” and brute force. Their system of law enforcement uses an effective form of non-lethal control meant to effectively suspect’s, but in a way that protects both the officer’s and the suspect’s safety.

Check out the video above to see what federal law enforcement officers have to say about the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu system for law enforcement.



  1. I’m all for more training for police, especially defensive tactics, but your pushing a false narrative of excessive force by police against the black community is nonsense. Black live matter was formed when Michael Brown tried to assault and take the gun of Officer Darren Wilson. Brown’s lying POS friend started the lies and BLM perpetuated them. Please get your facts straight if you’re going to comment on police use of force.


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