By Anonymous - / Monday 30 April 2012 04:44 / United States - Buena Park
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  SultanRS  |  12

It seems her father suffers from Chronnic Douchebag Syndrome (CDS). It seems to be becoming a worldwide problem these days.

  jerseyboy732  |  16

16: they are illegal to have them anywhere on your body except your key ring (which is where I keep mine) . either way tho officers are taught when arresting someone to have the cuffs face up with the key holes on the opposite side of the hands so they can't be accessed by the prisioner. also they have double locks so even if you were able to get a key in them you wouldn't be able to disengage the double lock.

  zolziski  |  11

Thank you jerseyboy732, that was quite possibly the most informative reply I have ever received on this site. Not often you walk away feeling a little smarter :)

  wlddog  |  14

If you have a key then it's simply opening a lock. And if you searched a cop I guarantee they have them in more places than just their key chain. I had one on my keys, my shirt pocket, my back pocket, and the back of my belt.
I also practiced getting out of them with a tiny screw driver (not unlike a bobby-pen. Just because YOU can't do it that doesn't make it impossible.

  LunaDragon  |  10

Lol same thing happened to me when I was a kid with my uncles cuffs, it took six hours and countless different tries, with several different keys before they git them off.

  RegenaGeorge  |  0

This is a problem u need to look into. Where was your daughter toyed up? Like what if he was trying to tie her up into the bed post to rape her. You should talk to then or contact police. Just saying b4 matters get worsur

  mahoney94  |  6

33: with chain handcuffs the orientation doesn't matter, you can rotate your hands and reach the keyhole just fine. Also a bobby pin is perfectly capable of unlocking them, you have to be able to pull the end off though and that usually means using teeth, but cops should lock them behind your back so that's quite hard to do. The double lock just means turn the 'key' in the wrong direction first, then unlock it normally. My dad has been a cop for 30 years so I have tried most of these things. It's like solving a rubik's cube behind your back but it is possible.

  jerseyboy732  |  16

82: cops don't use chained cuffs anymore they use hinged ones that can't be twisted around. also most depts use smith and Wesson cuffs and the double lock on those is activated/deactivated by a little slit you slide back and fourth on the top of each cuff. don't doubt me I'm in the police academy

  mitchn60  |  6

They do. A few years ago a man murdered three cops after he got out a hidden key. They're almost universal, I have two different brands of handcuffs, for work, one key fits both pair, but the other key only fits the cuffs they're made for.

  Tekeler  |  3

Hey jersey boy.... So ur in the academy huh? Cause your profile says you hate cops lmao... Btw I have a pair of s&w handcuffs. And have many times gotten my way out of them with a bobby pin. Not hard at all.

  TSN619  |  7

As a cop you're wrong. The type of handcuffs that a police officer uses is usually at that officers discretion. Some precincts have their own regulations but cops may use use chain or hinge cuffs at their discretion.

By  laurenobrien  |  4

I'm not sure if I should be worried

  slayfire122  |  19

I have a pair of handcuffs that I won at a Youth Criminal Justice Academy for getting out of them in under 5 minutes.

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