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The 'Neck Restraint' Lie and How It Affects Law Enforcement

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Vascular Neck Restraints (VNR's) have not caused an in-custody death or serious injury in the past 50 years. Yet, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) considers it to be deadly force. Despite this contradiction of facts, the DOJ has recently used this IACP recommendation as part of the consent decree with the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department, which hasn't helped with any positive outcomes.
This is just one example that shows how police chiefs across the country may mistakenly believe that the IACP "has their backs" when in fact, the IACP are making recommendations that contradict facts and research - while the DOJ is using IACP recommendations against law enforcement agencies across the country,
Dr. Travis Yates breaks down this disturbing information and how the DOJ is using the IACP to destroy law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve.
You can read "The Danger of Consent Decrees" here and listen to his interview with Mr. Bob Scales here.

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Vascular Neck Restraints (VNR's) have not caused an in-custody death or serious injury in the past 50 years. Yet, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) considers it to be deadly force. Despite this contradiction of facts, the DOJ has recently used this IACP recommendation as part of the consent decree with the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department, which hasn't helped with any positive outcomes.
This is just one example that shows how police chiefs across the country may mistakenly believe that the IACP "has their backs" when in fact, the IACP are making recommendations that contradict facts and research - while the DOJ is using IACP recommendations against law enforcement agencies across the country,
Dr. Travis Yates breaks down this disturbing information and how the DOJ is using the IACP to destroy law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve.
You can read "The Danger of Consent Decrees" here and listen to his interview with Mr. Bob Scales here.

Join Our Tribe of Courageous Leaders:

Get The Book
Get Weekly Articles by Travis Yates
Join Us At Our Website
Get Our 'Courageous Leadership' Training
Join The Courageous Police Leadership Alliance

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