KAPAP archive for the ‘law’ Category

women carrying a knife with intent to maim

June 5, 2013 Self Defence Must Be Proportionate

In all instances of self defence, you may only use reasonable and not excessive force in self defence. When using defensive force it must be proportionate levels of force to…

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UK law regarding self defence and your rights as an individual to defend yourself and your property

May 7, 2013 Your rights to self defence under UK law

Self-Defence and the Prevention of Crime By The Crown Prosecution Service Principle This section offers guidance of general application to all offences susceptible to the defences of: self defence; defence…

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April 19, 2013 Defend or not defend that is the question

No one wants to find themselves in a dangerous situation, but it happens. Like it or not, we live in a violent world. There are assaults on people and homes…

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I just completed the level 1 kapap course, I’ve been doing different types of martial arts and self defence for many years, and I was very impressed with the course.

Sam took the 5 day course, his knowledge and style of teaching made everyone comfortable which made the learners learn the kapap techniques more easily.

The system covers a wide variety of techniques both empty hand aswell as weapons, single attacks to multiple attacks, the kapap leaves no stone unturned. I would recommend it to anyone.

Jimmy Kelly

The KAPAP ethos of family, no bull and big ego’s is positively refreshing to say the least. Sam has an amazing amount of knowledge and I have nothing but admiration for his teaching style.

Since starting my own small KAPAP club in Great Yarmouth support from Sam and other members of the KAPAP UK community has been absolutely brilliant and I can’t thank them enough for this.

Brett Mackenzie