My department teaches a system known as Pressure Point Control Tactics. I went through the course when I first got hired on in December, and it's different than what I went through as a Cadet at the Academy or what they taught me in the Navy, which is what I'm mostly using.
It seems logical enough, but there's a couple points that really don't work during actual contact, but all of them are wrist locks. I was just wondering if anyone else has even heard of it.
And by the way, can someone advise me on the location of the tendon that supposedly renders the suspect unable to make a fist?