The Prisoner Restraint System allows prison, jail, or corrections personnel the ability to transport prisoners without removing their restraint system at any time during a medical trip.
Inventor Scott A. Fowler of Hermiston, OR has created a system that allows prison, jail, or corrections personnel the ability to transport prisoners without removing their restraint system at any time during a medical trip.
While in confinement, a prisoner may need to be moved from one location to another. Transporting prisoners can be very dangerous and adherence to proper safety procedures is critical for everyone involved. Having worked in corrections for 25 years, Inventor Fowler has escorted many prisoners into the public during medical trips. It is always risky and most medical procedures cannot be done without fully removing a prisoner's restraints. In turn, he was inspired to create the Prisoner Restraint System. Now a prisoner can be fully restrained at his/her prison cell, go on a medical trip in the community, and return without exposing personnel or the public to possible assault or escape.
This clever new invention offers complete security control at all stages of a transport situation. Medical procedures can now be conducted without removing handcuffs. The system is configurable and allows staff the ability to safely choose full restraint or handcuff application. To learn more, contact us today!