Subject/Inmate Transport

Handcuff Key Found in Back of Patrol Vehicle after Inmate Transport

 
I was taking everything out of my pockets after a day of work. I realized that the pen-shaped handcuff key I carry in my pocket was missing. I was not sure where or when I had lost it. I bought a new one and did not think much of it.

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Correctional Officer Goes Down Transporting Maximum Security Inmate

 
Two corrections officers were assigned to transport a maximum security inmate to the local hospital for a doctors consultation in the ER. The inmate was secured to the gurney with handcuffs and leg irons. Corrections officer (CO) 1 was standing in the doorway while CO 2 was just inside the doorway of the the room near a counter and sink. CO 2 started to lean towards the wall and collapsed onto the floor, striking his head on the counter as he fell.

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Inmate Attempts to Disarm Officers at the Hospital

 
In February 2013, at approximately 1608 hours, I received a call from Officer #1 reporting that an inmate was just taken down to the floor by him and Officer #2 after the inmate tried to take his weapon.

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Inmate Attempts to Take Officer’s Gun in Hospital Bathroom

 
In July 2013, at approximately 7:15 am, an inmate was escorted from [Correctional Institution] to [Local Hospital] by two officers for a scheduled clinical appointment. At approximately 11:45 am, the inmate requested to use the restroom. Officer #1 searched the restroom and discovered a cell phone and tobacco product inside. Officer #2 confiscated the items and cleared the restroom for use by the inmate. The inmate again expressed his immediate need to use the restroom throughout the search. Officer #2 escorted the inmate inside the restroom. Once inside, Officer #2 removed the restraints from the inmate, freeing the inmate’s right hand.

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