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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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Autopsy: Death of handcuffed man in Ark. a suicide

Autopsy: Death of handcuffed man in Ark. a suicide

A man whose hands were cuffed behind him in the back seat of a patrol car shot himself in the right temple, according to an autopsy - Full Story


Video: Ark. police reconstruct handcuffed shooting

A reconstruction video demonstrates how a suspect with his hands cuffed behind his back could have fatally shot himself - Full Story


Ark. cops look into handcuffed man's squad car death

Police say Chavis Carter concealedl a handgun with which he shot himself - Full Story


P1 Photo of the Week: There are no small cops, just tall suspects PoliceOne Members - Photo of the Week

P1 Photo of the Week: There are no small cops, just tall suspects

(PoliceOne Image) This week's photo comes from Salinas City (Utah) Officer Eric Pratt, who writes... - Full Story


Mo. police shift from holding cells after shove sparked suit

More suspects under arrest will be taken to jail as a result of an August incident in which an officer shoved an inmate in a holding cell - Full Story


Video: Marine unleashes tirade in Fla. patrol car

A local Marine, 23, belittled the trooper for never having served in the military - Full Story


Video: Teen cries in back of cruiser after killing parents

'I didn't even mean to hurt them,' said distraught 14-year-old the morning of his parents' fatal shooting - Full Story


Cops: Man threw wife from car, attacked Wash. trooper

Man taken into custody broke out the patrol car window, climbed out and attacked - Full Story


Man attempts suicide in back of Ind. police car

Police said the man, despite wearing handcuffs, was able to maneuver his body and wrap the belt around his neck - Full Story

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