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Figure 15. Securing 4 prisoners together with 2 pairs of handcuffs.
the ether three cuffs. (See fig. 15.)
(3) If handcuffs are not available, the hands may be fas-
tened by using a belt or necktie, which is first passed around
each wrist, followed by a few turns between the wrists. (See
fig. 16.) When the hands are in front, the knot or the
buckle should be placed over the hands. It is good practice
to secure the belt or necktie to the waist belt of the
e. Transporting prisoners. Objects such as tools,
boxes, and loose pieces of wood or metal, which might be
used as weapons, must be removed from those parts of vehi-
cles in which prisoners are carried. Where practicable, a
vehicle, the body of which can be closed and locked, should
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