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PHILLIPS CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT TRAINING

TRAINING COURSES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT,
MILITARY, CORRECTIONAL AND SECURITY PERSONNEL

The objective of the PCQCT team is to teach programs that will mi

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Stanley Phillips has owned Phillips Close Quarters Combat Training (PCQCT) for over 30 years. He has trained thousands of law enforcement, military, security and civilian personnel throughout the United States .

He has trained thousands of law enforcement, military, security and civilian personnel throughout the United States . Mr. Phillips has been training in the field of martial arts for over 40 years. He earned his first black belt in Goju-Ryu karate in 1970 . He has performed hand-to-hand combat training as a U.S. Army Ranger. For 8 years he trained as a boxer and kick-boxer. Mr. Phillips trained in Jeet Kune Do in 1988 , earning the equivalent of a black belt instructor rating in Kali, Silat, Mauy Thai (Thai boxing), and (JKD) Jeet Kune Do, under Guro Dan Inosanto, and Sifu Tim Mousel as well as instructorships from The Minnesota Kali Group and The Dubuque Martial Arts Academy as well as a coach level one in Combat Submission Wrestling under World Champion Shootfighter Erik Paulson. Mr. Phillips received a police defensive tactics instructor certification through Texas DPS. Mr. Phillips is currently an adjunct facility instructor for the Houston Community College . Additionally, Mr. Phillips trains all police and Texas Department of Corrections cadets for the Houston Community College System. Mr. Phillips uses his expertise to train participants in the areas of mechanics of arrest, use of force, empty hand tactics, expandable baton, OC (Pepper) spray and patrol practical exercises, as well as building entry and clearing techniques. Mr. Phillips spent five years in the military-U.S. Army Ranger from 1972 – 1976 , completing a number of special-ops missions around the world. Mr. Phillips holds a Criminal Justice degree from the University of Houston with

Mr. Phillips received a police defensive tactics instructor certification through Texas DPS. Mr. Phillips is currently an adjunct facility instructor for the Houston Community College . Additionally, Mr. Phillips trains all police and Texas Department of Corrections cadets for the Houston Community College System. Mr. Phillips uses his expertise to train participants in the areas of mechanics of arrest, use of force, empty hand tactics, expandable baton, OC (Pepper) spray and patrol practical exercises, as well as building entry and clearing techniques. Mr. Phillips spent five years in the military-U.S. Army Ranger from 1972 – 1976 , completing a number of special-ops missions around the world. Mr. Phillips holds a Criminal Justice degree from the University of Houston with

Mr. Phillips received a police defensive tactics instructor certification through Texas DPS. Mr. Phillips is currently an adjunct facility instructor for the Houston Community College . Additionally, Mr. Phillips trains all police and Texas Department of Corrections cadets for the Houston Community College System. Mr. Phillips uses his expertise to train participants in the areas of mechanics of arrest, use of force, empty hand tactics, expandable baton, OC (Pepper) spray and patrol practical exercises, as well as building entry and clearing techniques. Mr. Phillips spent five years in the military-U.S. Army Ranger from 1972 – 1976 , completing a number of special-ops missions around the world. Mr. Phillips holds a Criminal Justice degree from the University of Houston with

Mr. Phillips received a police defensive tactics instructor certification through Texas DPS. Mr. Phillips is currently an adjunct facility instructor for the Houston Community College . Additionally, Mr. Phillips trains all police and Texas Department of Corrections cadets for the Houston Community College System. Mr. Phillips uses his expertise to train participants in the areas of mechanics of arrest, use of force, empty hand tactics, expandable baton, OC (Pepper) spray and patrol practical exercises, as well as building entry and clearing techniques. Mr. Phillips spent five years in the military-U.S. Army Ranger from 1972 – 1976 , completing a number of special-ops missions around the world. Mr. Phillips holds a Criminal Justice degree from the University of Houston with

Mr. Phillips holds a Criminal Justice degree from the University of Houston with emphasis in Fitness and Nutrition. After 27 years of service for the Cities of Houston and Baytown as a firefighter, paramedic and an arson investigator, Mr. Phillips retired in 2003 . His work experiences also include 6 years as a criminal investigator for the Jasper County District Attorney’s office. Other credentials and experience include: • Texas Commission of Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education certification as a Firearms and Police instructor. • Certified State (of Texas ) Peace Officer • Certified State (of Texas ) Arson Investigator • Certified Patrol Response to Active Shooter Instructor thru NTOA • Certified Chemical Spray Instructor • Expandable Baton Instructor • Certified Police and Firefighter fitness trainer from the Kenneth Cooper Institute for Aerobics Research • Certified EMS Instructor • Certified State (of Texas ) Paramedic • Certified State (of Texas ) EMS skills examiner • Certified State (of Texas ) Advanced Firefighter • Member of (ASLET) American Society for Law Enforcement Trainers • Member of (NTOA) National Tactical Officers Association • Member of Texas Tactical Police Officers Association • (TMPA) Texas Municipal Police Association Instructor