TAIHO JUTSU KEISATSU
Taiho-jutsu keisatsu (Police arresting art) (警察逮捕術) is a term for martial arts developed by Japan’s feudal police to arrest dangerous criminals, who were usually armed and frequently desperate. While many taiho-jutsu methods originated from the classical Japanese schools of Kenjutsu ,Jujutsu,Karate but most AIKIDO. The goal of the feudal police officers was to capture lawbreakers alive and without injury. Thus, they often used specialized implements and unarmed techniques intended to pacify or disable suspects rather than employing more lethal means.