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N.D. Deputy Dies After Physical Arrest with Drunk Driver

September 28, 2011
Burleigh County (N.C.) Sheriff's Deputy Bryan Sleeper collapsed shortly before 1 a.m., after helping Deputy Jon Eide arrest Robbie Del James Roberson during a physical confrontation.

Video: Michigan Man Escapes Cuffs, Squad

September 15, 2011
A 26-year-old suspect can be seen wriggling free from his handcuffs and climbing out of a locked West Bloomfield Township (Mich.) Police cruiser in a raw video released by the department.

Mich. Man Escapes From Squad

September 15, 2011

A prisoner escapes from a West Bloomfield (Mich.) Township Police squad car, after wriggling free from his handcuffs.

Video: How to Handcuff on a Wall

August 18, 2011
Many law enforcement agencies have scrapped on-the-wall handcuffing from police-academy training. However, as with many police tactics, your ability to win comes down to your execution of a proven method. Lt. Kevin Dillon provides you that method in a tactics video, demonstrating two effective handcuffing strategies — one in space, and a second on the wall.

Handcuffing on a Wall

August 18, 2011

POLICE Magazine has teamed up with Lt. Kevin Dillon, a retired officer and trainer who developed the L.O.C.K.U.P. system, for a video series focusing on police combat strategies and tactics. In this segment, Lt. Dillon demonstrates safe ways to handcuff a suspect on a wall.

5 Fundamentals of Making an Arrest

April 21, 2011

Always remember we need to Immobilize, Control, Handcuff, and then Search. Once handcuffed, search the subject's immediate area where he or she can retrieve a weapon while handcuffed. This includes the waist area, the groin area, pants pockets, and the small of the back-all favorite spots that criminals like to hide their firearms and other weapons.

NYPD Cop Killed After Ex-Con's Deadly Shove

March 13, 2011
Officer Alain Schaberger, 42, fell about nine feet after George Villaneuva pushed him over the railing on the front stoop of his Boerum Hill home shortly before 5 a.m.

Doing It In the Dark

November 30, 2010
Academies love to train you under perfect well-lit conditions; the FTO loves to train you under the adverse conditions. Take your skills to new and higher levels. Go practice in the dark.

Pittsburgh Officer Fought For Her Life Before Shooting Robbery Suspect

February 21, 2010
Pittsburgh Police Officer Janine Triolo survived a physical attack from a robbery suspect by shooting him in the chest, after his own weapon jammed when he pointed it at her face.

Handcuffed Suspects Are Still a Threat

December 4, 2009

Handcuffing a suspect may only be one step toward gaining compliance. As this video from Black Tiger Tactical System states, "handcuffs on the suspect does not mean the fight is over."

Police Chief Killed After Cuffing Suspect's Hands in Front

June 14, 2007
Small towns are oft known for a "familial," friendly, trustful demeanor. But sometimes misplaced trust is a misguided notion, or as in the case of Clay City (Ky.) Police Chief Randy Lacy, a dangerous one with deadly consequences.

Tactical and Practical Handcuffing

August 1, 2006

Patrol handcuffing techniques vary by department policy and individual officer preference. The goal should always be simple and direct: Get the handcuffs on the suspect. However, being prepared with a handcuffing strategy and technique will improve your confidence on the streets.

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