Director Munthe: Keys-Europe
ExDir. Director: Keys-USA, Canada & Europe
Director: Keys-USA | Director: Keys-Canada | Director: Keys-Europe
Bo Munthe, SSP of Stockholm, Sweden
Director, Keys’ Europe
Certified by theNational School Safety Center and
Certified by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Founder of International School Safety Association (ISSA)
Certified as a Sweden School Safety Professional (SSP)
Has developed special methods for preventing Workplace Violence through his programs Safe Workplace and Safe School;
- threat assessment,
- creating and implementing plan of actions,
written training material in handling threat and violence
Working with the effect of media violence on children in connection with Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, (ret.) – Killology Research Group, Arkansas, USA.
Trained and certified by NSSC, National School Safety Center and John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA, School Safety Leadership, 2000.
A member of IASSP (International Association of School Safety Professionals) since 1999
Was a “Fellow member” of the American Institute of Stress, for 1999
Is a member of the Swedish Association of Narcotic Police, SNPF
Has written numerous articles about how to prevent work place violence, conflict management and self defense.
Also written Books about Martial Arts, Safe Work and Conflict Management
Is during autumn of 2004 releasing his book about school safety in Sweden.
During spring 2005 his memoirs from his life in the Martial Arts are planned for celebrating the 30 year anniversary of ninjutsu in Europe.
He belongs amongs leading experts in ninjutsu in the world and he holds 9th dan and title Shihan. He was one of the first three non-japanese students of Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi and first european.
Since 1958 Bo has trained and studied the Ancient Japanese Martial Arts, Budo. He is entitled shihan (master instructor) and shidoshi (teacher of the warrior ways).
- 9 dan Bujinkan budo taijutsu (1993) Soke Masaaki Hatsumi, Japan
- 6 dan kobudo (1989) Soke Lucien Ott, Belgien
- 5 dan ju jitsu (1988) Soke Lucien Ott, Belgien
- 5 dan jujitsu (1997) Prof. Richard Morris, UK
- 4 dan jiu jitsu (1987) Renshi Jim Shortt (UK)
- 3 dan jujitsu (1984) Sensei Jan Erik Karlsson, Sweden
- 3 dan kempo karate (1987) Sensei Pedro Rojas, Spain
- 3 dan modern self defence Sensei Martin Wietschorke, Germany
- 1 dan Tae kwon do HC (1990) Sensei Alfredo Iglesias, Spain
- 1 dan judo (1973) Svenska Budoförbundet (The Swedish Budo Federation)/RGK
- 1 dan Ju-shin-jitsu (1977) Soke Georg Irénius, Sweden
- 1 dan renshinkan karatedo (1978) Sensei Zsolt Györbiro, Sweden
- 1 dan jujutsu/goshin ryu (1978) Sensei Vernon Bell, UK
- 1 dan karate HC (1985) ASKO/UK
- 1st level Trainer (1981) Shadows of Iga, Stephen K. Hayes (USA)
- 6 dan ninpo kito ryu (1988) Association Espanola de Ninjutsu
- 5 dan karate HC (1984) Sensei Rui Mendoca, Spain
Is a black belt in a multitude of them, i.e. judo (1 dan 1973), jiujitsu (6 dan 1988), Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu – ninjutsu (9 dan 1993).
Introduced ninjutsu 1975, now under the name of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, to Sweden and during some years in the 1980-s in different countries of Europe. Called the Grandfather of European Ninjutsu.
Founded Ninpo Goshinjutsu Mu Te Jinen Ryu 1977.
Awarded the highest distinction in Swedish Budo by the Swedish Budo Federation (1997) and Bu-fu yukosho, honorary medal in gold (1985) by Soke Masaaki Hatsumi, Japan.