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 Drills and technique: The importance of handcuffing
 Prone suspects: Deadly in an instant
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Earlier this year, we presented a feature on the work done by Dr. Bill Lewinski and the team at Force Science Institute on the dangers posed by prone subjects. Today we revisit that matter, with a handful of items — one from Columnist Dan Marcou, one from yours truly, as well as the summary findings from FSI. Remember, hands hidden under a proned-out subject are a warning sign of potential, if not probable, non-compliance.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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Prone suspects: Deadly in an instant (revisited)
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Suspects lying flat with hands hidden under the chest or waist can produce and fire a gun at an approaching officer faster than any human being can physically react ...
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Drills and technique: The importance of handcuffing
By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
No matter what position you put someone in, it always comes down to this: "Account for the hands, watch the hands, and control the hands." That’s because hands are what the suspect will use to kill ...
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Some thoughts on handcuffs
By P1 Member Neil C. Held
Handcuffing is about repetition and muscle memory. You want to avoid fiddling around and taking your eyes off the suspect while applying them ... Chained or hinged cuffs?
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