D-VOC: The Dynamics Of Violent Offender Confrontations

This training session/course is custom designed for the requesting individual or agency.  The Dynamics of Violent Offender Confrontations starts with what one can expect before a confrontation goes “hands on”, what to expect during the confrontation and what to expect after the confrontation.  Topics include:   Pre-Attack Indicators, the Physiological Affects of Combat Stress, Sudden Aggression Recognition and Response, Response to the Common Assaults, Response to Edged Weapon Attacks, Empty Hand to Firearm Access, Gun Disarming, Firearm retention, Fighting and Controlling from the Ground, Multiple Assailant Strategy, Controlling the Offender Who Fights After One Cuff Is On, Upper Body Control and Critical Incident Fitness.

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Performance Enhancement Imagery

Training the subconscious mind for improved performance.  The subconscious mind is far more powerful than the conscious mind in terms of goal achievement.  Performance Enhancement Imagery or “guided imagery” is tapping into the subconscious mind to facilitate the athlete performing with improved confidence and in a relaxed manner, regardless of the conditions of the event.


Articles By George Demetriou:

Be Mindful Of The Handcuff “Rip” Used By Violent Offenders

To Punch Or Not To Punch? That Is The Question

Deadly Force: What really happened During The Diallo Shooting

Multiple Assailant Training

I Survived….By Killing My Assailant

To Punch Or Not To Punch on the Dog Brothers Forum (2008)

To Punch Or Not To Punch on MartialTalk.com Forum (2006)

To Punch Or Not…..on KungFuMagazine.com Forum (2005)

When The Wolf Pack Attacks

Child Protection Options

Bring On The Chaos 


We have presented classes for the following conferences:

Illinois Tactical Officers Association

TREXPO-East & West

ASLET (American Society For Law Enforcement Trainers)

ILEETA (International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association)