Saturday, June 27, 2020

Kansas City Considers Brutal Police Choke Hold Less Lethal Tactic That Also Helps Deescalate Dangerous Situations

Nobody ever said policing was pretty . . . Tragic fact, this hold can be deadly if used incorrectly but can also SAVE LIVES when applied with proper training.

Here's a thoughtful local consideration . . . Read more:

Area police departments examine restraint hold use

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The KCTV5 News Investigative Unit has been asking local police departments a lot of questions about restraints, choke holds, and alternatives. Some departments in the area, including the Kansas City Police Department, use a technique called Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint or LVNR.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just bring back nightsticks, a blow to a persons kneecap lays them down every time and they stay there. Then every day for the rest of their lives that painful knee cap reminds them how acting stupid and breaking laws isn't a smart thing to do.

Anonymous said...

Those pics are getting me all worked up.
Looks like my sex session last night with my Grindr hookup.

Anonymous said...

Per the KC MO police department Twitter racist "personality", the picture is two white guys, not a white guy choking a black guy. Racial bias in the KC MO police department, no...

Anonymous said...

How is 16 hours worth of controlled environment training for one officer who takes the knowledge back to local departments to share with fellow officers remotely safe?