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  • jerrymaccauley
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    Originally posted by kingsman
    I didn't realize this was such a secret! I mean, you can watch COPS! and see how any variety of police do it. Obviously not every agency does it the same way.

    In fact, watching some officer cuff on the show makes me worried about how they ever passed their handcuff training.

    But then, I also wonder about what they thought they heard when a suspect is talking to them, or how they think they are going to get a suspects arm to go behind his back yanking on it THAT! way. Some joints just don't bend in certain directions.
    Ok,we broke your stones a little, but seriously, we train for situations and retrain when the techniques are no longer relavent or become ineffective. Usually, the reason they become ineffective is because the bad guys have learned how to defeat it.You're right, it's no big secret, but the shelf life of a technique gets reduced every time we explain how we do things. Thats why we have issues when the media wants to know all of the tiniest details of what we do and why. It becomes a blueprint for criminals to find weaknesses they can exploit. Make sense?

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  • edg103
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    You need guaze pads and some 30 weight motor oil. You know.....it's all ball berings these days Actually, I've heard that the Tazer is good in handcuffing techniques.

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  • kingsman
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    I didn't realize this was such a secret! I mean, you can watch COPS! and see how any variety of police do it. Obviously not every agency does it the same way.

    In fact, watching some officer cuff on the show makes me worried about how they ever passed their handcuff training.

    But then, I also wonder about what tehy thought they heard when a suspect is talking to them, or how they think they are going to get a suspects arm to go behind his back yanking on it THAT! way. Some joints just don't bend in certain directions.

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  • e-man
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    Originally posted by jerrymaccauley
    Next time you see a police officer, ask him to show you what a Georgia Six Pack is. You'll like it.
    Or in Pittsburgh ask what its like to be a Future Court Date, FCD's....
    Or tell em you hate the Steelers...

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  • jerrymaccauley
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    Originally posted by handcuffman
    What are some procedures that you officers use for handcuffing subjects in
    the following positions?:standing, kneeling, prone.
    Next time you see a police officer, ask him to show you what a Georgia Six Pack is. You'll like it.

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  • BufordTJustice
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    Originally posted by handcuffman
    What are some procedures that you officers use for handcuffing subjects in
    the following positions?:standing, kneeling, prone.
    If you REALLY want to know how this is done, there is off course ONE sure way you can find out.....

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  • JustDontDie
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    If the cops here won't help you out, the next place I suggest checking is an S&M forum.

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  • JHoek
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    You are not going to get any valid responses to your questions. At least not from a valid LEO.

    Why would we let you on to our secrets of the trade?

    I could be arresting you tomorrow night and don't want to give you any edge when the fight is on.
    Last edited by JHoek; 09-23-2005, 12:29 AM.

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  • JustDontDie
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    You're the handcuff man and your asking people how to use handcuffs??

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  • handcuffman
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    I have heard that some officers have a prone suspect cross his/her ankles and bring them up to
    his/her butt and then the officer kneels on the bent legs while cuffing the suspect. Is there
    anyone here from any department where that method is taught?

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  • Bodie
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    Any frickin way you can get'em on without gettin hurt.
    That's all a civilian needs to know

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  • AUXOFC74
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    edited cause im a moron today
    Last edited by AUXOFC74; 09-16-2005, 12:56 PM.

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  • AUXOFC74
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    see post below
    Last edited by AUXOFC74; 09-16-2005, 12:57 PM.

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  • jerrymaccauley
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    In all of those positions we follow up with " these aren't too tight, are they" and "watch yer head, sir."

    Why do you call yourself handcuff man anyway?

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  • e-man
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    Might not get too many responses here, as you are NOT a cop and NOT even a studdent of Crim. Justice. We cuff people securely and quickly.

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