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Peerless Introduces Superlite Chain Link Handcuff

December 2, 2014
Peerless Handcuff Company's new Model 730C Superlite Chain Link Handcuff weighs in at just 5.2 ounces, nearly half the weight of a typical standard chain link handcuff.

Peerless Releases 700L Special Edition Handcuff to Commemorate Centennial Anniversary

August 1, 2014
Peerless Handcuff Company has released a 100th Anniversary Model 700L Chain Link Handcuff. The Model 700L comes with a high-polish nickel-plated finish, special 100th Anniversary markings, unique serial numbers, and retro packaging. The Model 700L is a limited edition model with only 1,000 units being produced.

NTOA Recommends Milspec's Cobra Cuffs

August 31, 2012
The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) has recommended Milspec Plastics' Cobra Cuffs, which received a 4.88 out of 5.0 score via the Member Tested and Recommended program.

OfficerStore.com Offers CTS-Thompson Restraint Products

August 17, 2012
OfficerStore.com is offering a range of CTS-Thompson restraint products that prevent escapes and limit potential violent behavior during arrest and transport and use the innovative Tri-Max design, according to the online retailer.

Handcuffs

September 30, 2011
Gotcha has designed a totally new handcuff for law enforcement that's made in the USA. Gotcha's patented cuffs are designed to be lighter, stronger, more secure, and easier to use than any other restraint. The cuffs feature the first new cuff locking mechanism since 1862.

Ultra Handcuff

June 30, 2011
The Ultra Handcuff utilizes technology exclusive to ASP, reducing the "weight on the belt" with a specially designed aluminum frame. The Ultra features an interchangeable lock set, available in one-, two-, and three-pawl designs.

Magnalight Introduces Universal Handcuff Key

April 4, 2011
The UHC-4PK non-metallic handcuff key, which is composed of a non-metallic material, opens all brands of cuffs. The key itself is encapsulated in a holding ring that can be hooked to shirt buttons, sewn into clothing hems or attached to the back of watches, hats or shoes.

Officer Safety: Wristband Handcuff Key

October 13, 2010

Viewing these photos, you can see how a detainee could quickly give himself an escape route from your cuffs, so you'll want to make sure you look for this during your thorough search.

Combined Systems Acquires Thompson Handcuffs Corporation

August 2, 2010
Combined Systems Inc. (CSI) has acquired Thompson Handcuffs Corp. The acquisition will expand CSI's product and training solutions in its domestic and international sales channels.

Safariland Handcuff Duo Attain NIJ Certification

May 17, 2010
Required by many law enforcement agencies, the NIJ 0307.01 standard establishes requirements and methods of testing metallic handcuffs that include weight and dimensional testing, mechanical strength, salt-spray corrosion resistance and cheek-plate tamper resistance.

Color-Plated Handcuffs

May 1, 2009
A corrections facility uses a lot of handcuffs, and it loses a lot of handcuffs in prisoner transfers. Color-plated restraints from Peerless Handcuff Co. can help agencies identify their handcuffs and reduce loss. They can also be used to distinguish prisoners from specific cell blocks.

Zipcuff

March 1, 2009
B-Safe Industries’ new NTOA member tested and recommended Zipcuff uses patented new technology in law enforcement restraints. Zipcuff enhances user safety by enabling the officer to cuff both wrists and control a suspect with one hand in 1.5 seconds. It is re-useable and can be unlocked with a standard handcuff key.

IACP 2008: Best of Show

January 1, 2009

As exemplified by IACP 2008 held in San Diego in November, IACP tends to be about big ticket items: vehicles, software, video systems. This year's IACP was no exception.

Chain Link Handcuff

February 1, 2008
The Model P010 Chain Link Handcuff is intended to fit increasingly tight budgets without compromising safety. While offered at a lower price, the Model P010 was designed and tested to rigorous standards to meet the tough demands often placed on this critical piece of equipment.

High Security Handcuffs

September 1, 2007
Hiatt USA offers three new specialty hinged handcuffs to assist professionals who require the highest level of security, protection, and control.

Myers Enterprises Stun-Cuff Magnum

November 1, 2006
Myers Enterprises has developed the new Stun-Cuff Magnum 80,000-volt wireless prisoner control device. The Stun-Cuff Magnum is designed to be worn by persons under arrest, prisoners during transports or trials, or persons under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The Stun-Cuff Magnum is a palm-sized device that locks using a standard handcuff key. It can be worn on the wrist or ankle. The Stun-Cuff Magnum is lightweight, rapidly deployable, and maintenance free.

M-Pro Strap Cuffs

December 1, 2005
Strap Cuffs, a new alternative handcuffing product from M-Pro, features a polypropylene strap with a patent-pending locking mechanism, which can withstand 500 pounds of tension. The width and softness of the webbing makes the product safer than conventional products, while the compact size and shape allow for easy carrying and concealing. In addition, a safe cutting tool is included with each 10-pack to ensure easy removal.

Henry Repeating Arms Stainless Steel Handcuffs

June 1, 2005
Henry Repeating Arms’ new stainless steel handcuffs are made of Type 304 stainless steel. Although lightweight at only nine ounces, the cuffs offer double-lock security, U.S. National Institute of Justice compliance, and a 19-tooth ratchet system. Optional custom engraving is available for easy identification and each pair of cuffs comes with a lifetime warranty.

Remember the Basics

March 1, 2000

If officer safety education is so prevalent and well-accepted today, how does one explain the bloody fact that between 50 and 75 officers still perish at the hands of criminals in any given year?

Caution: Handle All Subjects with Care

November 1, 1996

As a survival-smart officer you already know that prison­ers can be dangerous. You are very much aware that every year American peace officers are murdered after taking offenders into custody. Attention to some basic officer survival skills aimed at the safe handling of prison­ers can help keep you from adding your name to the bloody statistics.

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