Handcuffs and restraints guidelines

The Handcuffs and Restraints Guidelines PROCEDURES: 1. Use of restraining devices is mandatory on all prisoners, unless in the officer’s judgment unusual circumstances exists which make the use of restraining devices impossible or unnecessary (e.g. prisoner is handicapped, etc.) 2. Where feasible, prisoners should always be cuffed with hands behind the back in accordance with established standards for handcuffing. Metal handcuffs are to double-locked after they are placed on the subject to prevent the cuffs from tightening. 3. All types of cuffs and restraining devices shall be applied with caution to prevent accidental or incidental injury to the subject being handcuffed. If they are placed on the subject too loosely, the prisoner will be able to free his hand(s) and become a threat to or escape from the officer. If they are applied too tight, they may cause injury to the prisoner and be difficult to remove. 4. Once restrained with handcuffs, the prisoner should not be further restrained unless the prisoner continues to attempt injury to responding officers and/or other persons in the area. Should this occur, leg restraints shall also be used. They shall not be secured to the prisoner’s handcuffs in a “hogtie” fashion. 5. Once the […] → Full article Handcuffs and restraints guidelines

Do you own your car

DO YOU KNOW WHO OWNS YOUR CAR BECAUSE IT’S NOT YOU ! Your only the registered keeper your minding it for the owner government, as the minder that does not make you liable for someone property so all road tax insurance is down to the owner to sort out not you the minder . Movable property A person’s is guilty of theft if he unlawfully takes or excersise unlawful control over movable property of another with the intent to deprive him or any intent to benefit himself or another not entitled thereto, meaning these truffles take your car off you their guilty of theft because other private companies benefit from your loss so bill the truffle in his or her own personnel capacity for theft and for intrusion into your privacy without your expressed written consent, show me a law that says private company employees can take your property for other private companies financial gain ?

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