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Handcuffing 07 09

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For active Law Enforcement Personnel to be updated and retrained in Restraining Devices

For active Law Enforcement Personnel to be updated and retrained in Restraining Devices

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  • 1. July 2009 By DT’s Instructor Officer George Durham A Milford NH Police Department Presentation
  • 2. Handcuffing and Suspect Control
    • Two Handcuffing Techniques
      • Lee Handcuffing
      • Lee Modified or “speed cuffing”
  • 3. Lee Handcuffing
    • Proper Verbalization in practice
    • Proper Suspect positioning
    • Handcuffs in hand single strand out
    • with key holes facing away from the palm
    • Grasp the suspect hand by thumb
    • Bottom Strand on first
    • Grasp the other hand with your opposite
    • hand and place the wrist into your top strand.
  • 4. Lee Method Continued
    • Check for tightness
    • Double Lock for security and safety
    • Check for capillary response
    • Use verbal commands to control the suspect
    • Search and Search well!!!
  • 5. ALWAYS CHECK FOR PROPER TIGHTNESS AND DOUBLE LOCK TO PREVENT ESCAPE AND INJURY!
  • 6. Lee Modified or Speed Cuffing
    • Handcuffs in hand single strand forward
    • Keyholes to the palm
    • Grasp subjects hand by the meaty portion of the thumb
    • Apply the top strand first with the push/pull method
    • Grasp suspects other hand in a reverse handshake and apply the bottom strand with the push/pull method
  • 7. Lee Modified Handcuffing
    • Subjects hands should be stacked facing the opposite directions
    • Check for Proper Tightness and Double lock for security and safety
    • Search and Search well
    • Think! Your looking for a handcuff key so look anywhere you can find a small key.
  • 8. OPERATIONAL GUIDELINE - 7101 SECURE TRANSPORTATION OF PRISONERS
    • For purposes of this Operational Guideline, the terms "prisoner," "arrestee," or "arrested person" shall mean any person in official police custody because he or she has been:
    • 1. arrested and charged with a crime;
    • 2.taken into protective custody under RSA 172-B;
    • 3.taken into protective custody under RSA 135-C;
    • 4.charged with a juvenile offense
    • * You may handcuff a person who you deem as a hostile for yours and their safety
  • 9. OPERATIONAL GUIDELINE - 7101 SECURE TRANSPORTATION OF PRISONERS
    • Once a person is arrested and restrained, it is the responsibility of the arresting officer to search the prisoner. .
    • 1.The searching officer should wear protective gloves unless the tactical situation prevents it.
    • 2.Prior to any persons being placed in a cruiser for transportation, that person shall be searched for weapons, contraband, or implements of escape by the transporting officer.
  • 10. OPERATIONAL GUIDELINE - 7101 SECURE TRANSPORTATION OF PRISONERS
    • 3.A basic prisoner search shall include, but not be limited to:
    • a) removal and inspection of all outer garments (coats, hats, etc.);
    • b) emptying, inverting, and inspecting all pockets;
    • c) pat down of all "patch" pockets;
    • d) finger sweep of belts, boot and shoe tops, collars, and lapels.
    • e) Pat and grab all outer clothing.
    • 4. Ancillary articles, such as purses, backpacks, "fanny" packs, coats, or extra clothing, should be searched and kept separate and secure from the prisoner.
  • 11. APPLICATION OF RESTRAINING DEVICES
    • Only authorized restraining devices, used in the manner for which they were designed, shall be used in prisoner transports.
    • When used, handcuffs shall be double locked.
    • While transporting arrested persons to the station from a location in Milford, handcuffs shall be used except when, in the judgment of the transporting officer, it is unnecessary or inappropriate because the prisoner exhibits:
  • 12. APPLICATION OF RESTRAINING DEVICES
    • Transporting officers may use a waist chain or belt on prisoners whenever they feel it is appropriate.
    • However, on all prisoners who will be in transit for sixty (60) minutes or more, handcuffs and a waist chain or belt shall be used.
  • 13. Escort holds and Arm Bars
    • Three basic techniques used:
    • A) Escort Hold to take down or escort
    • B) Arm bar to Take down
    • C) Shoulder roll
  • 14. Arm Bars and Take Downs
    • Static- Very Slow No resistance one movement per count
    • Fluid Medium- smooth but slow progression through the technique
    • Dynamic- The whole technique with power and speed added. THIS IS NOT EVERYTHING YOU GOT! About 70% power.
  • 15. Course Safety YOU ARE RESPONSIBILE FOR SAFETY AT ALL TIMES!!
  • 16. Course Safety Firearms UNLOADED! Ammunition SECURED! OC Spray SECURED! Edged Weapons SECURED!
  • 17.
    • Course Safety
    • NO TRAINING HAZARDS!
      • Keep batons & other equipment up off the FLOOR at all time!
      • Check Footwear
  • 18.
    • Course Safety
    • PRACTICE:
      • TECHNIQUES BEING TAUGHT IN CLASS!
    • PRACTICE:
      • TECHNIQUES SLOWLY AT FIRST!
    • PRACTICE:
      • SAFELY AROUND OTHERS!
  • 19.
    • Course Safety
    • REPORT any prior INJURY that may limit your active participation!
      • Wear Red Wrist Band
      • Tell Your Training Partner About Your Physical Limits Prior To The Start Of Training