Double Wrist Shoulder Lock Variation, commonly known as the Kimura in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, is a highly effective technique that empowers you to control and maneuver your opponent, making it an invaluable tool, especially in law enforcement scenarios. 

From the bottom guard position, the Double Wrist Lock allows you to establish a strong grip on your opponent’s wrist and shoulder, giving you leverage to control their movements. This control is pivotal for transitioning your opponent into a handcuffing position, ensuring they are effectively restrained. 

Versatility is one of the key attributes of the Double Wrist Lock. Not only can it be executed from the bottom guard position, but it can also be applied from various other positions, including standing. This adaptability makes it a versatile and reliable technique suitable for a wide range of situations. 

Throughout my years of incorporating Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu into my police work, the Double Wrist Lock has consistently proven to be my go-to technique for controlling and restraining violent offenders. Its effectiveness and reliability make it an essential skill for any law enforcement officer trained in hand-to-hand combat.