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Met Cops Will Ask Themselves FORTY-FOUR Questions BEFORE Restraining Suspects And Ask If Cuffs Are ‘Too Tight’ Under Cressida Dick’s New Policy

A new Met Police policy on handcuffing (left) sparked by complaints black people were being disproportionately restrained expects officers to ask themselves 44 questions.

The mammoth decision process is laid out in full in the new 25-page document published by the London-based force.

It puts into official policy nearly 50 questions officers may consider when they are using the police-issue restraints.

They include ‘Could I explain my action or decision in public?’ and ‘What would the victim or community affected expect of me in this situation?’ Most are from the College of Policing’s National Decision Model but are now enshrined in the official equipment policy.

Also featured is an alphabet themed guide (right) to handcuffing that warns to ‘Always ask the suspect if the cuffs are too tight’.

Met Commissioner Cressida Dick (top left) said: ‘My number one priority remains tackling violent crime and keeping people safe from street crime’.ijhu


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