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Basic Handcuffing Manual

Basic Handcuffing Manual

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Published by: RonFisher on Jan 26, 2010
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BASIC HANDCUFFING MANUAL
LACK 
IGER 
ACTICAL
YSTEM 
© 
 
5 of 32 
 
PRINCIPALS OF HANDCUFFING 
The primary principle of arrest control is to handcuff first and search later.When it is time to handcuff, the primary principle of handcuffing is to control first, then handcuff.The handcuffing style used in our program is geared to be as simple as possible. It is also the style used in advanced courses and used by a vast number of officers around the country. There are three rules to follow for successful application of handcuffs. By following these three rules, handcuffing will be easier to perform and flow better for you.1)
 
From behind the offender•s back, cuff the offender•s first hand with the same side hand. (Cuffs in the right hand, cuff offenders right hand first).2)
 
Cuff the offender•s hands on the thumb side of the wrist.3)
 
Always cuff with the bottom cuff first. (The cuff next to your pinky finger).The procedure for handcuffing is simple and effective. By using the three rules, the movement patterns stay the same for all handcuffing techniques. This helps with memory retention and motor skill performance.In order to more easily remember the separate phases of the handcuffing process, the acronym 
C.R.E.S.T.
is used.
CREST 
stands for: 
 
ontrol 
 
 R
estrain 
 
 E
valuate 
 
S
earch 
 
ransport 
 
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BASIC HANDCUFFING MANUAL
LACK 
IGER 
ACTICAL
YSTEM 
© 
 
11 of 32 
 
PALM FORWARD METHOD STRAIGHT WRIST TWISTLOCK 
Maintain good tactical position, and use straight wrist twist lock to control the inmate.
C-STEP 
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C-STEP back with the foot closer to the inmate and face the inmate’s side.
NEAR HAND - CUFFING 
Keeping Straight Arm Lock on,Use your outside hand to apply the handcuffs.Pinky side of the handcuffs, applied to the inmates’ thumb side of the wrist.
 
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