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Figure 13. Arms secured behind prisoner's back.
d. Securing prisoners. (1) If it is necessary, because
of the violence of the prisoner, to restrain his actions, he is
normally handcuffed by securing his hands behind him.
(See fig. 13.) Handcuffs can be a dangerous weapon on
the wrist of a determined prisoner who is able to swing his
arms. If it is desired to secure a prisoner's hands in front
of him, his belt should be passed over the chain of the cuffs
between his hands in such a manner that he cannot reach
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