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H-CUFF® (Hands-On Control Using Functional Force)
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Prone Rollover

c) Control Advantages

The bent wristlock requires no change of hand grip from the supine standing armlock position to the prone handcuffing position and can be augmented with pressure to his elbow joint when the straight arm bar is adopted.

The handshake grip is easy to employ and very strong in its function as a triple twistlock to acquire his back side.

The standing position keeps you at arm’s length from the arrestee while he is being rolled over with a solid grip that allows for quick disengagement if needed.

The arrestee is discouraged from assaulting you while this pain compliance technique is being executed.

PRO TIP: Pointing his fingers towards his head in the prone handcuffing position will place his arm in the anatomically weakest position while aligning the back of his wrist in a known set position for proper handcuffing.