leg restraints

leg restraints

leg restraints
Strong belts around the pilot's legs through which leg-restraining chords pass. The legs get restrained automatically during ejection. Also called leg-restraining straps.
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Whittingham was then detained with handcuffs and leg restraints before being removed from the plane.
Mr Weir said that leg restraints had to be applied and after Scott was taken to Burnett Road Police Station, he spat towards a police sergeant and racially abused another.
Complete with hydraulic leg restraints, neck bender, drive system, rear door and wireless remote, getting cattle in and out should be a more seamless process.
But she struggled so violently that she had to be put in handcuffs and leg restraints before being placed in a cell to sober up, the hearing was told.
In 2013, Stanwell father Terry Smith died after having a spit hood used on him, along with handcuffs and leg restraints, while he was being detained in Staines police station.
As they tried to apply leg restraints he bit another officer on the upper thigh.
The woman was bound with leg restraints to keep her from kicking people in her immediate surroundings. 
POLICE officers who arrested a Brighouse man following a disturbance at a pub wake had to use a spit-hood and leg restraints after he threatened to bite off their colleague's nose.
Assistant coroner Paul Bennett told the inquest's eight jury members they would have to consider 14 aspects which preceded Mr James' death, including the police's attempts to use arm and leg restraints at Haverfordwest Police Station.
Maxwell mounted a furious struggle with cops until he was handcuffed and placed in leg restraints and put in a cell van.
Defence solicitor Peter Rhys Jones explained: "Her behaviour was extremely poor, needing handcuffs and leg restraints.