Get Out: Vehicle Extraction Series

Safe, effective techniques for removing uncooperative people from vehicles

In this series, you'll learn how to safely and effectively remove someone from a vehicle. We walk you through tactical considerations, safety concerns and specific techniques to remove hands from the wheel, removing the seatbelt, extraction techniques and team tactics. We also show you how to gain control and get someone in cuffs once out of the vehicle.

Course curriculum

    1. Welcome Message From Jiu Jitsu Five-O

    2. Legal Disclaimer

    1. Officer Safety & Tactics

    1. Removing Hands From the Wheel // Grip & Rip

    2. Removing Hands From the Wheel // Estima or Corkscrew Grip

    1. Removing the Seatbelt // Primary Officer Techniques

    2. Removing the Seatbelt // Cover Officer Techniques

    3. Removing the Seatbelt // Putting it All Together

    1. Extraction Techniques // Head Clinch

    2. Extraction Techniques // Shoulder Lock

    3. Extraction Techniques // Shoulder Lock With Head Push

    4. Extraction Techniques // Kimura

    5. Extraction Techniques // Straight Ankle Lock vs. Kicking Subject

    6. Extraction Techniques // Estima or Corkscrew Footlock vs. Kicking Subject

    1. Kimura Cuffing Setup

About this course

  • 18 lessons

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Preview Lesson From This Series

Vehicle Extractions // Shoulder Lock Technique

Your Instructor

Jason Swartz

Founder, Jiu Jitsu Five-O

Jason is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt and former Police Officer of 11 years. During his career he primarily worked patrol and was also assigned as a lead combative tactics instructor, field training officer, firearms instructor and department training officer. He is the recipient of three life-saving awards and multiple department commendations and unit citations. He currently trains and teaches Jiu Jitsu full time to both law enforcement and civilians through in-person seminars and Jiu Jitsu Five-O's digital platforms.