"Free Person" pulled over in BC *Video*

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Re: "Free Person" pulled over in BC *Video*

Postby Jim Street » Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:54 am

Double locking prevents the cuffs from pinching or damaging the nerves in the wrist/hand area as well as unlocking.
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Re: "Free Person" pulled over in BC *Video*

Postby Punisher-One » Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:18 pm

I always double-lock.
May not always be right away (after a scuffle, ect) but it most certainly is before sitting them into a car, or onto a seat, or moving them too far.
I don't care about how comfortable scrotey mcscrote is I can about not being sued for them losing all feeling in their hands.

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Re: "Free Person" pulled over in BC *Video*

Postby RemingtonSteel » Tue Nov 09, 2010 10:07 pm

Podhalan wrote:How many actually double lock?, hmm..... . :twitch:

If you can "keep blind" to the fact that one could actually get those off... Who cares if they sit on the ring and... Cry. :smirk:


I always double lock, I think you'd be stupid not to because of A) officer safety and B) Liabilites
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Re: "Free Person" pulled over in BC *Video*

Postby sportyspice » Tue Nov 09, 2010 10:23 pm

Jim Street wrote:
sportyspice wrote:(Arrested for refusal, charter/warn, vehicle impound, PTA, release on scene.)


Release on scene?

There's at least an obstruct, off camera a possible resist or even assault.

As for cuffing, it's always discretionary but I won't comment on policy.



Yes, release on scene. If the member had arrested him right away, the rest of the crap probably wouldn't have happened. If there was obstruction after the arrest, then no release.

I always double-lock cuffs too. It can go a long way to getting cooperation out of certain subjects if they think you're trying to be nice to them. :smirk:
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Re: "Free Person" pulled over in BC *Video*

Postby Jim Street » Tue Nov 09, 2010 10:38 pm

sportyspice wrote:Yes, release on scene. If the member had arrested him right away, the rest of the crap probably wouldn't have happened. If there was obstruction after the arrest, then no release.\



Not sure what you mean. Are you referring to this specific video? Arrested him right away for refusal?

This guy was going to do everything he did whether he was spoken to nicely or immediately cuffed and stuffed.

Can't release at scene for this, who do you release to?
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Re: "Free Person" pulled over in BC *Video*

Postby Canadian Blue » Thu Nov 11, 2010 3:18 pm

How many actually double lock?, hmm..... .


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