The ROS or Real Operational System is a formidable intervention method created by Captain Jacques Levinet, 10th Dan Black Belt Police Training ROS for general and special police units and some security professionals. Special intervention units, such as ERIS in France, some army units and other defense groups, like the Spetsnaz in Russia or the GAD in Argentina or the BOPE in Brazil, have already undergone special instruction in Police Training ROS with the French expert.
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The ROS is based on four elements set by Captain Jacques Levinet :
- The Police intervention Tonfa.
- The Police expandable baton.
- The Police Self Pro Krav (SPK).
- Police Gestures and Intervention Techniques (PGIT).
The originality of the method is due to the complementary use of the SPK empty hand self-defense techniques adapted to the PGIT, using pistol, handcuffs, safety palpation, teamwork and other coercive means.
To this aim, agents are taught techniques of driving, coercion, takedown, bringing to the ground, neutralization, lifting, exit from vehicle, safety check, handcuffing in different positions, all associated with getting out of hostile environments, day and night, in open and closed surroundings, as a team, with evacuation or protection.
The REAL OPERATIONAL SYSTEM is committed to efficiency and avoids frills respecting self-defense and firearms legislation of the countries where ROS training is applied.
POLICE ROS titles are professional qualifications controlled and issued exclusively by Captain Jacques Levinet, founder of the discipline.
ROS is a registered trademark of the Jacques Levinet Academy in the INPI (National Institute of Industrial Property). It is taught only to the police and some security professionals.
A COMPLETE AND EVOLUTIONARY METHOD
- The ROS Tonfa gets rid of impossible and unrealistic techniques like the gripping of an assailant's armed hand. The blockade and the answer must be simultaneous. To stick to reality, workouts are often performed on hard ground without foam material. The mise-en-scene is scheduled while training.
- The ROS Baton develops new grips with the stick folded and unfolded and the use of the short stick as a Yawara thanks to a conical tip at the heel. These operational techniques provide means of pressure, focused answers or keys for a job in a smaller space, like in a personal protection.