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SEP 2017

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46 POLICE SEPTEMBER 2017 (3) e officer rotates the arrestee's wrist forward (4) e officer drives the arrestee's arm downward Once the arrestee is on the ground and prone, you can rotate his or her palm up- ward while providing downward pressure on the arm, which will maintain control. Bent Arm Takedown—If the arrestee pulls away from you, bend his or her arm and pull it toward his or her body. From this position, you can easily initiate a bent arm takedown. Initiate this takedown by taking advan- tage of the arrestee's momentum, pulling the arrestee's arm back toward his body. Again, it is extremely important that you grab and maintain control of the arrest- ee's wrist with your outside arm. As the arrestee pulls his arm back, bending it at the elbow, you should move your inside hand over the arrestee's upper arm, under the arrestee's forearm, while grabbing the outside arm's wrist in a figure-four lock. Next, rotate your body toward the arrest- Copyright © 2017 Aeryon Labs Inc. - All rights reserved. Aeryon, Aeryon Labs and AeryonLive are trademarks of Aeryon Labs Inc. Don't risk your operation, or your reputation. Aeryon sUAS and comprehensive support services are built on field proven technology and a decade of experience across Public Safety, Energy and Military operations. To learn more visit aeryon.com or email us at sales@aeryon.com GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION (Required by 39 U.S.C. 3685) PUBLICATION TITLE PUBLICATION NO. FILING DATE Police Magazine 0893-8989 9/1/2017 NO. 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STANDING CONTROL HOLDS e Gooseneck and the Cow Paw are common standing control holds for active resisters. ese moves control the arrest- ee's arm while causing pain compliance. e Gooseneck wrist manipulation is probably more widely used, but the lesser- known Cow Paw wrist manipulation can be initiated in the same manner, depend- ing on the arrestee's resistance. Gooseneck Control—To perform the Gooseneck technique, the officer may begin from the straight arm control, step- ping back from the arrestee to gain space. The Winning Edge freeinfo.policemag.com/766929 The Gooseneck and the Cow Paw are common standing control holds for active resisters. They control the arm and cause pain compliance.

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