Benton County Sheriff's deputies are training on a new device designed to keep uncooperative suspects from hurting law enforcement and themselves.

The WRAP restraint device secures the suspect's arms and legs but keeps the torso upright. A helmet is also used to protect the suspect's head.


Straps and handles around the device's leg restraints are used to carry the suspect to a secure location.

A security ring in the front of the leg restraint allows for safe, comfortable and secure alternate hand placement when needed.

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