b) Incorporating H-CUFF® In Training
All law enforcement agencies have some handcuffing methodology that they employ.
Each handcuffing method can take adaptations or modifications from this H-CUFF® system to strengthen whatever system they are teaching.
Certain components, like the cufflink lock, could be slipped into your current training methodology to make it just a little better.
The challenge to police trainers is examine the techniques in this on-line course and determine how they can strengthen their method of handcuffing (please give Police Judo credit where credit is due).
Those officers who are already on the road, arrange pre-parade training sessions of 5 to 15 minutes on a regular basis to go over aspects that can be learned in the micro-session learning style.
Handcuffing refreshers are great as team building exercises while keeping these perishable skills from disappearing into the ether.
Doing this kind of training will bring up discussion questions, elicit experience sharing, and the facilitate the exchange of knowledge.
This can act as a glue to keep your team engaged in learning and lubricate unified action on the street.
Show your team that you care about them and their training by engaging in their learning interests and skill development.
This Police Judo Method of Handcuffing (H-CUFF® ®: Hands-on Control Using Functional Force) is a far superior method for this purpose because of its inclusion of the cufflink lock (after the first handcuff has been applied) and the practical and effective use of the rear escort-twistlock (prior to, and after, handcuffing), not to mention the Fawcett Wrench takedown, spiral stand-up, etc.
The versatility, practicality, and effectiveness of the twistlock applications cannot be understated.