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Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint ® System - Instructor Course

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September 10, 2024 - 0800-1700

FOP Lodge 84
1237 North Knightstown Road
Shelbyville, IN 46176

Hosted by Shelbyville Police Department

Agency Contact: National Shawn Keller

Reservations now available.

Officers will receive training hours for ILEA which will count towards their yearly hours needed for LNVR.

Being this is a one-day course, there will not be a reserved hotel.  If officers are traveling and need a hotel, please contact the Shelbyville Police Department training office

Lt. Michael Turner, Administrative Lieutenant


Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint (LVNR®) - The Safe and Legal Encirclement

The LVNR® does not restrict a person's breathing, thus state and federal laws regulating respiratory chokes does not apply to this technique. In fact, the LVNR® is not at all a choke and was specifically designed to increase the length of the arm encircling the neck and to protect the subject's neck and body during the use of the LVNR® System.

The LVNR® is a System, NOT a technique and is registered and protected by the Latham Act and other International Laws. 


The LVNR® is the number one law enforcement system of neck restraint - standing, kneeling or on the ground. If your agency is now using or considering the use of neck restraints for officer safety and subject control, then the copyrighted and US Patent Office registered NLETC/KCMO PD LVNR® is the one method you need to assess. It has been extensively field and medically tested and has proven to be safer, more effective, and less controversial than any other known neck restraint method. That is why the NLETC/KCMO PD LVNR® is the predominant method of neck control, and is now being adopted nationwide by those law enforcement agencies that teach ground defense/control systems.

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