I have been tasked with developing a 40 hour law enforcement course (grappling based). Part of this includes providing a detailed bibliography for each technique. It is turning out to be a bit harder then I thought. The techniques this coarse will cover are very basic: defending against a standing guillotine, defending standing headlock, double under hooks, upa escape, and other things most of us here take for granted. Also, if you have suggestions for techniques please share. I plan on using the "basic combatives course handbook" as a bibliographic source for a couple things and a few Gracie books for sources on a couple other techniques. Finding valid recognizable sources is a bit hard, do you guys have any suggestions. The people who will have the final word on this probably have never heard of the Gracies, BJJ, or know much about combative arts. They will be Physicians more impressed with scholarly articles and works of research.