Rapid Cuff Field Tested at MarionMarion, IL., March 2004 - Established as the Federal Bureau of Prisons Long Term Control Unit, USP Marion is one of two "Super Maximum Security" Prisons in the United States.USP Marion has long been known as the 'end-of-the-line' for Prisoners who are unable to function within the confines of traditional prison environments.In March 2004, USP Marion brought in its first order of Rapid-Cuffs from RRB Systems International. These cuffs are designed to protect prisoners and CO's by limiting prisoner movement, significantly reducing the opportunity for resistance, and preventing escape from the handcuffs. The solid center makes the two opposing cuffs rigid and prevents the prisoner from resisting, or using the cuffs as a tool or weapon.The center piece is forged with a built in "black-box" for further restraining prisoners as necesary. USP Marion provides an intensive training course for its members who use the Rapid-Cuff. "We are thrilled at the prospect of being able to put our Rapid-Cuffs and training method to the ultimate test in the ultimate Prison environment," said RRB Systems President Roy Bedard.
Federal Bureau of Prisons Approves the PepperBall™ System for Facilities Nationwide
San Diego, Calif., February 6, 2002— Jaycor Tactical Systems, Inc., a leading non-lethal solution provider for the law enforcement, corrections, military, and private security markets, announced its PepperBall technology had been approved for use by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP).Read More