What is Self Defence DVD Launched!

We are please to announce that we have just launched our new dvd – ‘What is Self Defence’.

The new dvd will be shipping next week and pre-orders can be taken by going to: http://www.whatisselfdefence.com

This dvd is packed with legal information regarding our rights to self defence from one of the most eminent Professors of Law in theUK today. For more info go to: http://www.whatisselfdefence.com


I am the Director and National Coach Tutor of NFPS Ltd., a specialist provider of Conflict Risk Management Consultancy and Training with specific expertise in Physical Restraint, Breakaway and Self-Defence. In addition to providing training, advice, consultancy and guidance on the physiological aspects mentioned above, we also provide training in NLP, Hypnosis and Meditation as these skills combined provide a holistic way to improve our psychology. By helping people improve both, their physiology and their psychology, we provide a complete and holistic approach to training and development.

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One comment on “What is Self Defence DVD Launched!
  1. markdawes says:

    “What is Self Defence?” – An Unique Specialist DVD giving You a Unique Legal Insight into the Law of Self Defence from two of the UK’s Leading Experts on Self Defence Legislation

    “What do you think you are legally allowed to do if you were confronted with a masked and armed intruder in your home?”

    This was a situation that one homeowner found himself in recently. 39 year old Vincent Cooke was confronted on his doorstep by two armed thugs who forced their way in and started ransacking his home. When his wife and 12 year old son returned he shouted at them to run for safety and then grappled with the intruders, one of whom died from a stab wound. However, after an investigation by the Crown Prosecution Service Mr. Cooke was found to have used reasonable force and is therefore not facing prosecution. You can see the BBC report on this by clicking here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-15211250

    And in recent months there have been other cases of honest law abiding citizens killing intruders and being found innocent of any wrongdoing and in this dvd we will be providing you with the correct legal information on what exactly what the law allows you to do from qualified legal experts, including a Professor of Law who writes for the Times Newspaper.

    “Sadly, the UK is becoming an ever-increasingly violent place”

    According to the British Crime Survey 1 in 5 women will experience sexual assault in their lifetime.

    Almost 1 in 20 women were stalked last year and 1 in 5 women will experience stalking in their lifetime.

    In 2007 and analysis of figures from the European Commission showed a 77% increase in murders, robberies, assaults and sexual offences in the UK.
    In fact, the total number of violent offences recorded compared to population is higher than any other Country in Europe as well as America, Canada, Australia and South Africa. It means that there are over 2,000 crimes recorded per 100,000 population in the UK, making it the most violent place in Europe.

    “And this is happening in our workplaces too!”

    Sadly today in the UK there is an ever increasing risk of violence, as we have seen from recent news reports. In fact, 1 in 5 of all workers who have been signed off after work related assaults works in social care, according to the Health & Safety Executives figures. These figures equate to three Social Care Workers being assaulted each day.

    According to the British Crime Survey there were a reported 310,000 assaults on British workers in the UK. Yet this could just be the “tip of the iceberg” because, according to one Health and Safety Expert the “HSE only collects data on incidents that result in staff who have been absent for 3 days or more”.

    “Yet did you know that you can’t be dismissed or disciplined by your employer for defending yourself at work?”

    Your rights to self defence cannot be taken away by a contract of employment, and this is important for both the employee and the employer to know. Failing to understand this can leave employes suffering from work related stress and the employer open to an industrial tribunal.

    At the extreme end an employer could also be held liable under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 as well as the new key amendment to the Work-Related Deaths Protocol (WRDP) which came into effect on the 1st October if a death results in a breach of the duty of care owed to it’s staff under health and safety legislation.

    This new Dvd is packed with information to help you understand the law in relation Self Defence and in doing so understand exactly ‘What Self Defence is’, and has been designed to keep you safe by letting you know what your legal rights to self defence are.

    It will also help destroy the myths and misconceptions that abound in relation to Self Defence.

    “So, how far are you willing to go to protect the ones you love and the people you employ?”

    Times are changing and I believe that people like you are now more aware of your rights then ever before. In fact, I believe that you are hungry to know what your rights are.

    For example, the case of Tony Martin back in 1999 first catapulted homeowners’ rights to defend their own property into the public consciousness when he shot and killed a 16-year-old burglar in the back as he tried to escape from his remote farmhouse in Norfolk. The farmer was so frustrated at repeated raids on his property that he had taken to lying in wait with a pump-action shotgun.

    As a result Martin became a cause celebre for campaigners when he was given a life sentence for the murder and jailed for 10 years. His conviction was later downgraded to manslaughter and his sentence reduced to three years.

    However, as a result of the Tony Martin case, many people started doubting their right to self defence. Many people still believe that the law works against them.

    “Yet, statistically, it is Easier to Get into Oxford and Cambridge University Then it is to Go To Jail for Defending Yourself.”

    Yes that is true!, It is statistically easier to get into Oxford and Cambridge University then it is to go to prison for defending yourself, and there are many cases to support this fact which you will hear about when you purchase this DVD.

    For example, the BBC News reported on the 22 July 2011 that the Crown Prosecution Service decided not to prosecute 59 year old PeterFlanagan who fatally stabbed 27 year old John Bennell, a burglar at his home in Salford.

    Then there was the case of Cecil Coley (as reported in the BBC News on the 7th September 2011) who will face no criminal charges after a suspected robber was stabbed to death at his shop in Greater Manchester, prosecutors have said.

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