Military police in towns and cities Page: 43
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Figure 16. Securing hands with necktie.
be used. When -ton trucks must be used, care must be
taken that the tool compartments are locked. Prisoners are
seated where they can be controlled best by the military
police. (See fig. 17.)
42. USE OF RIOT CLUB. The riot club is carried on
the left side, attached to the belt, and is employed only
when its use can be justified. It is normally used as an ex-
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