Level 2 Basic Handcuff Training
This course is suitable for individual expected to use of handcuffs as part of their operational role.
Level 2 - £120Level 3 - £250
Level 2 - 1 DaysLevel 3 - 2 Days
Courses available Weekend: 8:30 – 7:30 Weekday: 9:00 – 5:30
Minimum Age requirement is 18.
Results are available with in 10 working days of the exam 99% PASS RATE
Basic Handcuff Instructor training
Any individual looking to qualify as a Handcuff Trainer. Successful completion of this course will entitle the qualified person to deliver our Level 2 Basic Handcuff Training under licence.
Successful completion of this course will provide you with the following certificate:
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Being in possession and the use of handcuffs, providing their intended use is for lawful purposes, handcuffs are not an offensive weapon nor are they prohibited in any way. Many areas of the UK encourage the lawful use of handcuffs sanctioned by local police forces; in some cases training is also provided by the local law enforcement teams.
Handcuffing is regarded as a preferable restraint as opposed to group restraint tactics which can pose a threat to the welfare of the person being restrained particularly positional asphyxia. When applying handcuffs the subject should be sitting back on their feet and the restraints should be applied within 30 seconds, the suspect should only be placed in the recovery position as a last resort.
There are three main reasons for handcuffing as laid out by law and all Company Health and Policies, SAFETY being the main component
1. Safety of the public
2. Your own safety
3. The suspects safety
When should handcuffs be used?
Officer may employ the use of handcuffs on reasonable grounds when:
The term 'Reasonable Grounds' is defined by the circumstances of individual cases applied as an objective rule based on the decision that the offender is likely to commit an act of violence or will attempt to escape.In the case of juveniles, women or the elderly the consideration of reasonable grounds and exceptional circumstances should be carefully applied.
The justified use of handcuffs is governed by Section 3 of the Criminal Law act which clearly states:
Common Law and use of Force
In the UK the use of force on an individual is considered unlawful unless the following circumstances prevail:
Justified use of restraint
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