BHTA tactical training
is designed to allow a combatant
Bail Enforcement Agent
to dominate a hostile environment with whatever weapon (your hands and feet is always the best) which is available. In actual fact, BHTA’s program is a very advanced, but simplified form of armed and unarmed combat integrating essential gun and non-lethal techniques. This program is specifically designed to cater to the needs of special operations/fugitive recovery teams, but can be modified for more conventional police or military units.
Our Training Programs Include Three Different Levels
You will become the Hunter and the Hunted!
LEVEL I TRAINING
On the very first day of your training, we will throw you into our proprietary real hands-on immersed tactics which is Bounty Hunting throughout the entire day utilizing the skills of Krav Maga (Israeli Defense Force Martial Arts).
We will teach you to work efficiently and effectively to work in Fugitive Recovery Task Force teams of 3-4 Agents to be safe and effective. This is NOT a novice course and you will immediately find the confidence with your new skills to take on any challenges immediately with one-second submissions, one-second handcuffing (with resistance) regardless of size, stature or power. Our guarantee!
- Principals of Unarmed Combat
- Combat Mind-set
- Fighting Stances, Balances & Movement
- Effective Striking & Striking Areas
- Blocks & Counter Punching
- Grip Breaking & Join Locks
- Throwing & Grappling Techniques
- Chokes & Strangles
- Combinations & Counter Techniques
- Gun/Knife Attack & Counter Techniques
- Street Survival
- Weapon retention
- Advanced Handcuffing & Restraints
- Room combat/Tactics
- Improvised weapons
- Frisk/Pat downs
- Weapon(s) disarmaments – knife/gun
- Door/Window Breaching
- Room Clearance
- Operational Planning
- Multiple Assailants
- Distraction, Use of Confusion
- Crowd Clearance
- Danger Areas
- Emergency Situations
- Crowd Control
- Prisoner Handling/Control
- Tactical Withdrawal
- Low Light Penetration & Clearance
- Non-Lethal Weaponry
- Transport – Air/Land-Sea
- Booking Procedures – Local/State/Federal
WARRIOR LEVEL TRAINING
You must be a Level I Graduate to be considered for our Level II/III Training Modules which is a week-long program designed for those who are highly motivated and driven for superiority in everything they do
Bounty Hunters face far greater and more demanding challenges than in the past and all professionals know that ‘old school’ and antiquated tactics will not survive the day. You do not need to be physically superior, you need to be mentally agile and possess unparalleled skills from the best-in-class trainers with established track records.
Our cadre is composed of Veterans who have led numerous operational units and task forces throughout the United States and conducted hundreds of successful ‘cross border’ operations.
We offer individuals and groups action-packed modules that is bred for mission-specific success. We have the solid reputation of assisting those save resources without sacrificing quality. The Academy has consistently been recognized by our industry and the media as the Godfather of bail enforcement training.
Our training modules elevate performance, confidence, tactical skills and breed evident success. We also offer customized programs to meet any agency or department tactical requirements and budget with on-site training. BHTA is available to provide consulting on Bounty Hunter tactical equipment selection and even Fugitive Recovery mission guidance.
We have many gun ranges at our facilities on the east and west coast in Fresno, California and Wayne, New Jersey. Our Instructors are the top NRA certified Instructors in the nation. You will also receive certifications in baton, OC and other non-lethal weaponry and get advanced CQB, hot-house training and Krav Maga striking and submission skills.
- CCW/ Level I Pistol
- Level II Pistol
- Low Light Pistol
- Close Quarters Combat
- Advanced ASP
- Advanced Baton
- Pepper Spray/OC
- Stun Gun/Taser
- Long Rifle
- Low Light Penetration
- Improvised Weaponry
- OC/Pepper Spray
- Weapon Disarmaments
- Expert Street Survival
- Multiple Assailants
When you’re in a confrontation, you only have a few seconds and a few moves to try before the fight may be decided. Before an attacker has gained full control of you, you must do everything you can—conserving as much energy as possible—to inflict injury so you can get away. (This is no time to be civil. In a physical confrontation that calls for self-defense, it’s hurt or be hurt.) So aim for the parts of the body where you can do the most damage easily: the eyes, nose, ears, neck, groin, knee, and legs.