Specialized Training

I am a certified instructor with Arizona Post as a General Instructor. I have so many certificates and knowledge in different areas that I can provide much more training than I have listed on this page. I offer classroom and hands on training.

Self Defense

The right of self-defense (also called, when it applies to the defense of another, alter ego defense, defense of others, defense of a third person) is the right for persons to use reasonable force or defensive force, for the purpose of defending one's own life or the lives of others, including, in certain circumstances, the use of deadly force.


If a defendant uses defensive force because of a threat of deadly or grievous harm by the other person, or a reasonable perception of such harm, the defendant is said to have a "perfect self-defense" justification. If defendant uses defensive force because of such a perception, and the perception is not reasonable, the defendant may have an "imperfect self-defense" as an excuse.

-Wikipedia defection  

I teach class room and hands on self-defense tactics and scenarios. I teach classes from 5-15 people at a time and larger classes upon request. If your job doesn't want to host or sponsor a class, get a group of co-workers, friends or family and schedule a session. Don't wait for other to protect you, learn the skills for yourself. 

In my classes you will learn some of the following things

Taser & Stun Gun: how do they work? Not like TV! 

Boxing and strikes

Ground fighting

Control holds

Pressure points


Soft targets  

Fight for your life

Chemical Sprays

Self-defense chemical sprays come is three general categories of active ingredients: oleoresin capsicum "OC", chloroacetophenone "CN" and orthochlorobenzalmalononitrile "CS".

Oleoresin capsicum "OC", also known as Pepper spray, OC gas, and capsicum spray, is a lachrymatory agent (a chemical compound that irritates the eyes to cause tears, pain, and temporary blindness) used in policing, riot control, crowd control, and personal self-defense, including defense against dogs and bears. Its inflammatory effects cause the eyes to close, taking away vision. -Wikipedia defection


The strongest concentrations are 15% active ingredients and rated at least two-million scoville heat units. The high scoville heat rating is more important than the percentage of ingredients.

Chloroacetophenone "CN", is a chemical compound that is mainly used in the production of tear gas and chemical mace. It exists naturally in a solid form, but can be converted into an aerosol agent. In this form, it is used by law enforcement to keep order in chaotic and out-of-control situations. However, the use is not without its consequences, and the effect that it can have on an individual can be very dangerous.


The effects of chloroacetophenone on humans include lacrimation (tearing), irritation of the eyes, photophobia (an extreme sensitivity to light), and a burning sensation on the surface of the skin. However, if an individual is under the influence of narcotics or alcohol to the extremity that their tactile senses have been lost, chloroacetophenone's usual effects on their body are virtually nonexistent. Also, the effect of chloroacetophenone on certain animals is virtually nothing. Tests have shown that a dog bound in a fixed position with little or no movement will not make very significant, if any, attempts to avoid chloroacetophenone as an aerosol agent. -Wikipedia defection

Orthochlorobenzalmalononitrile "CS" is the defining component of a tear gas commonly referred to as CS gas, which is used as a riot control agent. Exposure causes a burning sensation and tearing of the eyes to the extent that the subject cannot keep their eyes open, and a burning irritation of the nose, mouth and throat mucous membranes causing profuse coughing, mucous nasal discharge, disorientation, and difficulty breathing, partially incapacitating the subject. CS gas is an aerosol of a volatile solvent (a substance that dissolves other active substances and that easily evaporates) and 2-chlorobenzalmalononitrile, which is a solid compound at room temperature. CS gas is generally accepted as being non-lethal. -Wikipedia defection

Warning there has been cases in which all three agents have caused death. Take my class to see how and when you should deploy any of these chemical agents.

Crime Academy

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We are training individuals to protect themselves, their homes and businesses. Contact us by phone, email or social media channels.

​ The Crime Academy is where a company or a group of people can pick from several classes, hands on training and seminars to create a one to three day course. The course can range from self-defense, work place violence, active shooters, how not to become a victim or business safety training.  

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