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Removing Duty Belts on Injured Officers

Fri, 9 Jul 2010|

Bill Duggan, a Maynard (MA) police officer, discusses an easy way to remove duty bels from an injured officers.



-- of the considerations. When an injured officer is the firefighter paramedic community cannot find out which -- familiar word from the can't handle safely disarm -- clear. One easy way to do this is to take the belt off the officer -- I'm buckling. And then instead of cutting. The felt itself which is difficult cut the backing of the pouches. And and he's makes it easy to slide out back office. Now let the -- is on the opposite of the -- -- cut free. It's easy to slide out. The belt from -- officer. Roll up the gunned -- it still in the holster. And put it into a walk -- block someone. You may in some circumstances you may not be -- -- the belt from the office. If that happens you'll have to take the gun out of the holes. In order get -- gun holster you know we come from -- -- departments pollsters and right -- as well. They have different security devices -- keeping on in the -- It would be a good idea to go to the department and get some training on how to get the guns out of the holes -- holes -- Cannot intimately familiar with your department's files don't try to clear. Hold in this manner with your finger away from the trigger. Security lockbox.

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