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The Suspect Transport topic area gives officers the training and tools they need to safely complete the unique mission of transporting a suspect from one jail facility to another. The task can be one of the most dangerous periods of time for the officers charged with that duty, as subjects often see the ride as their last, best chance for escape.
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Md. deputies to use 'blue boxes' on handcuffs

Read P-1's 10 Tips for safe prisoner escort By JOSH MITCHELL The Baltimore Sun (Maryland) The escape... - Full Story


LAPD probing death of man in custody after fight with officers

By Jessica Garrison and Richard Winton, Times Staff Writers Los Angeles Times The Los Angeles Police... - Full Story


P-1 Mailbag: The “Surprise!” Arrest Tactic

What do you think? The following article explores the tactic of taking a surprise approach to handcuffing... - Full Story


Gunman shot during undercover drug arrest in Baltimore

By Gus G. Sentementes, Sun Reporter The Baltimore Sun It was a tough week for Maj. John Dodson and his... - Full Story


Handcuffed suspect wounds LAPD veteran with gun hidden in pants

Editor's Note — When you search your prisoner for weapons, instruments of escape, and other contraband,... - Full Story


Baltimore man slips out of leg irons, takes off at courthouse

By Gus G. Sentementes The Baltimore Sun 10 secure tips from P-1 contributor Gary Klugiewicz. Keith Ray... - Full Story


Iowa man escapes police custody still wearing handcuffs

CLINTON, Iowa -- A Clinton man arrested for burglary also was charged with theft for taking the handcuffs... - Full Story


Victim's mother will teach Tenn. recruits about son's death

Editor’s Note: The sudden in-custody death described below illustrates an unfortunate scenario. In the... - Full Story


N.Y. burglary suspect jumps into bay, caught by aviation officers

By Herbert Lowe, Staff Writer Newsday A Queens burglary suspect ran and jumped into Jamaica Bay, but... - Full Story


Police see no sign of error by trooper in Va. teen's drowning

By Mary Beth Sheridan and Ian Shapira Washington Post Staff Writers Just a few months ago, Gloria Elena... - Full Story

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Suspect Transport Columnists

10-8: Life on the Line 10-8: Life on the Line
with Charles Remsberg
Klugie's Corner Klugie's Corner
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