For the last 100 years, it’s always been rear-cuffing. They want to say they’re a kinder, gentler police force by coming up with a new policy on front-cuffing. With front-cuffing, a suspect can almost drive a car away.”
medical or physical hardships” would be candidates for front cuffing, but it would be the arresting officer’s decision.
If someone’s in good enough shape to fight, that’s a person who wouldn’t be a candidate for front-cuffing,”