Self-Defense for Security Guards

It takes training to be the most effective security professional in today's society. In order to be the best,  supplemental self-defense training is a must. The need for armed and especially unarmed close-quarter self-defense skills has increased dramatically over the past twenty-five years. Many individuals who have had altercations in this industry have expressed they needed better training. Meaning they encountered assailants who were better skilled than they were.

Whether you are working in the private security sector as a security guard, doorman, bounty hunter or private detective, you will encounter circumstances that may need to be resolved with force. Having the skill-set to deal with passive resistance, medium resistance, and lethal force can make the difference between injury and lawsuits.