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Re: Bujinkan and Law Enforcement
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As an Emergency Room R.N., I have also done CPI certification and I agree that it has nothing to offer when confronting a 250 pound schizophrenic wacked out on crack or PCP. There are times when talking a patient down is unsuccessful.When they present a danger to themselves and those around them, physical restraint becomes the final option until they can be sedated/medicated. In my experience Budo Taijutsu has saved my butt a few times.
Just my 2 cents.
Wil Hampp
St. Louis MO

Posted on: 2006/1/14 16:40
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Re: Bujinkan and Law Enforcement
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Yeah, I agree with you on CPI. I also had training when I worked drug-rehab, but I can't recall the system. It was very sorry I must admit. They teach you to deal with someone who isn't planning on hitting you, really.

But the reason they instruct you in CPI and other things were explained to me by the instructor that its for insurance purposes. He did like the fact I was trained in Bujinkan, as we had many discussions on it during and after the class.

Randy Engle
Bujinkan Manchester Dojo
Hillsboro, TN

Posted on: 2006/2/21 5:08
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