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Enrique Colorado

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APD

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Senior Police Officer and Self-Defense Trainer

Austin Police Department


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reportingtexas.com [cached]

“This evolution of self-defense tactics at [the Austin Police Department] has come out of the necessity to fight a resistant suspect and the popularity of UFC,� the televised Ultimate Fighting Championship, said Enrique Colorado, senior police officer and self-defense trainer at APD.
Colorado said Austin police have “always� learned Brazilian jiu-jitsu-type techniques but that the training has built gradually over time. The curriculum, he said, “is a constant evolution… Our program now looks different than last year. In law enforcement, it’s important to stay up to speed and constantly be evolving.� APD is “always looking to improve its system,� he said. Colorado confirmed that police officers who study martial arts need to make sure their techniques fit within departmental policy. “If he can justify what he did, he is good,� Colorado said. “If he violates policy, he is on his own.�


reportingtexas.com

"This evolution of self-defense tactics at [the Austin Police Department] has come out of the necessity to fight a resistant suspect and the popularity of UFC," the televised Ultimate Fighting Championship, said Enrique Colorado, senior police officer and self-defense trainer at APD.
Colorado said Austin police have "always" learned Brazilian jiu-jitsu-type techniques but that the training has built gradually over time. The curriculum, he said, "is a constant evolution… Our program now looks different than last year. In law enforcement, it's important to stay up to speed and constantly be evolving." APD is "always looking to improve its system," he said. Colorado confirmed that police officers who study martial arts need to make sure their techniques fit within departmental policy. "If he can justify what he did, he is good," Colorado said.


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