Distributor and Master Instructor for Compliant Technologies
Introducing The G.L.O.V.E.
- Ideal for Law Enforcement, Corrections and Security Agencies
- Non-Threatening and De-Escalating
- Humane – Low Voltage and Low Amperage
- Available Throughout the Force Continuum
- Not Easily Take Away
- Affordable with No Additional Operating Costs
WHO WE ARE
In 1984, Peter Honigmann started his journey into martial arts with Kenpo Karate under Grandmaster John McSweeney, one of the pioneers in reality-based self-defense. John served in multiple branches of the military, was one of Ed Parker’s first black belts, introduced Kenpo Karate to Ireland, worked as a bodyguard, and started a martial arts studio in Elmhurst, Illinois (which is still teaching Kenpo). Peter was drawn to John’s powerful style of teaching, focused on making self-defense simple and effective. Peter trained in Kenpo for about 12 years under John, John’s student Tom Saviano, and Mr. Saviano’s student Steve Rigitano.
WHAT WE OFFER
- Sales and Training to Law Enforcement, Security and EMS
- Private Self-Defense Classes for Civilians and Law Enforcement
- Group Trainings and Seminars
- Self-Defense Presentations Tailored for Your Organization
- Presentations Focused on Teaching Self-Defense Law
BDC IS DIFFERENT
Best Defense Concepts takes the simplest and most effective defensive techniques from multiple arts, and then focuses on providing training that is tailored to the student’s skills and abilities. We pride ourselves on our ability to train any student to be able to defend against the most common attacks, teaching the information in a way that most people can learn quickly, without having to study a martial art for years.
See what they are saying in the media about BDC, and what BDC is doing to help support law enforcement and our students wherever they live and work.
Crime In The News You Need to Protect Yourself
A 16-year-old girl walking to school escaped serious injury Thursday when a man walked up to her in the South Whittier Heights area and slashed her shirt with a knife.
A 29-year-old Riverside County man was facing assault charges Tuesday after he allegedly attacked several people with a knife at a Lake Elsinore restaurant.
A man brandishing a knife was shot and killed Tuesday night by Los Angeles police in a busy shopping mall in Baldwin Hills.The suspect, who has not been identified, was shot dead near the Sears store in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza located at 3650 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
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