Our Mission

Inspire first responders and veterans to boost their mental and physical wellness through Jiu-Jitsu.

Our Goal

To provide an environment where like-minded individuals builds relationships in the community they serve.

Thanks to our generous sponsors and donors,
the Code Three project has provided

1,800 HOURS

of training to first responders and veterans

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Affiliate Gyms

Join our network and support your local first responder. The first step in the affiliation process is to fill out the form on the Affiliate Gym page or you can email us at info@codethree.org.


“As emerging police leaders confront the challenges of change, we need to look for opportunities to improve in terms that are palatable to all. Considering the feasibility of incorporating and training in the application of martial arts, like Jiu-Jitsu, is an idea whose time has come.”

Chief Dan Flynn


“C3BJJ has done something amazing here. The service they provide helps First Responders like me, both physically and mentally and the skills I have gained are worth their weight in gold. In an era where so much has been taken from Law Enforcement, C3BJJ has found a way to give back.”



“Excellent training and great community of people. Something for everyone regardless of experience. Focus on law enforcement mission offers great options for trainers to take back to their departments.”


Law Enforcement Officer

No matter your experience level, we encourage you to




paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) working in the United States.


of first responders develop behavioral health conditions

Thank you To Our Partners


Frequently Asked Questions

All you have to do is show up to one of our classes and we will be happy to get you situated!


No, absolutely not! We’re creating a tribe of first responders at all skill levels and provide a course based on everyone’s comfort level.

We currently have two locations available to attend classes, depending on your schedule. In Rocklin, we have Synergy Brazilian Jiujitsu academy and Gi classes run on Mondays and Fridays from 12-1:30 pm. In Rancho Cordova, we have Felipe Bragiao MMA and No-gi classes run on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4-5:00 pm.

The Code 3 BJJ project is free for first responders and veterans. The Project is funded 100% by donations and fundraising. We ask that if your are able to make a small monthly contribution to keep the community going!

Typically it's a long or short-sleeved rash guard, spats under some gym shorts, a mouthguard if you choose to, but it is not required, and a water bottle. Bring a pair of slides or flip-flops so it is easy to transition on and off the mat (no bare feet allowed off the mat).

A: 1. Safety 2. Mental fitness 3. Liability 4. Increase your job duty performance Click on these links to see examples 5 Reasons Police Officers Should Be Training Jiu Jitsu (effective.fitness) Michigan proposes mandatory BJJ blue belts for police officers (lawenforcementtoday.com) Why Police officers should learn Jiu-jitsu https://youtu.be/HhpdQICYEhs

Community outreach and support is our backbone. Call or email us with your ideas.

Immediately email our team at info@codethree.wpengine.com and we will schedule a meeting either in person or on the phone!

C3BJJ is a proiect under the parent non-profit of Warriors Alwavs Readv Incorporated (W.AR. INC). W.A.R. INC envisions a series of projects and charities focused to furthering our active military, veterans and first responders through quality of life through activities linked to physical health and mental resiliency.