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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Leg restraints should be used only in extreme circumstances and never during labor and delivery.
After being taken outside the hospital, he struggled with the officers, who had to use leg restraints on him, and he was so violent that a special vehicle had to be summoned to take him to the police station.
Police arrived and arrested Beere, who was put in handcuffs and leg restraints.
Sometimes people are handcuffed, they don't get a risk assessment, we can use leg restraints, we can confiscate clothes if we're worried about self harming.
After the assaults, two other Florence officers - identified by authorities as John Pitcher and Brandon Ott - struggled for more than three minutes to get handcuffs and leg restraints on Brickey, authorities said.
Falconry is now a multi-million dollar industry with all the equipment used, from the drones and tracking devices to the lures, leather falcon hoods, leg restraints and gloves sold in markets and shops throughout the world.
He is said to have struck a female PC on the head before being restrained by officers using handcuffs, leg restraints, CS and PAVA spray and batons.
William Fegan recalled they pulled out the rope, then handcuffs, what appeared to be leg restraints and other items.
After other police officers arrived, Mr Williams was eventually handcuffed and had leg restraints put on him.
Only in an otherwise matter-of-fact, pre-World War II German sporting catalog could one expect to find the latest in decorative leg restraints.