The Eye Gouge Head can also be used to demonstrate and train officers on how to  properly locate and apply cranial pressure points (CPP) to deal with passive/active resistors. Simply attach a CPP red dot sticker (under nose in video) to the desired location(s). Using the EGH will reduce the amount of potential germ and mucous transmission from student hand to student face which sometimes occurs during traditional “hands on” CPP training. After they have practiced the location and application on the EGH, it is recommended that they perform  actual scenarios with actual partners for confidence and competence measurability. Key aspects of correct application include: Head Control; Pressure Counter Pressure; Digital Tip only; No Uwaras; and Zero to Maximum power scale. Consult your Subject Matter Experts for best practice training at your agency or tactical team.