Prisoner Security Manikin



PRISONER SECURITY MANIKINS

Ideally suited for prisons/ correctional facilities to train for the evacuation of restrained or unconscious prisoners in an emergency situation. Used by CERT (Correctional Emergency Response Teams) worldwide for cell extraction or riot control training.

The Prisoner Security manikins now combines the features of the Handcuff and the Hanging manikins into the one model - this manikin will accept any standard handcuffs for practising restraint techniques and also has a reinforced neck to allow for the simulation of a suicide (through hanging), to practice body recovery and evidence preservation techniques.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Constructed in the same flame retardant Polyester (conforms to BS EN ISO 15025:2002, OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 and ISO 17050-1)  used in Police ballistic/stab vests - these manikins are tough!
  • Tough enough to be driven over with a vehicle or being dropped from 2nd floor window with no damage.
  • Material has 4 times the strength and abrasion resistance of canvas or P.V.C - tough enough for any exercise!
  • Waterproof - suitable for first-line responder CBRN exercises as they can be easily cleaned and dried.
  • Anatomically correct, feels like an unconscious person - perfect for cell snatch rescues.
  • Realsitic size and weight - for realistic, challenging exercises.
  • Will accept any standard handcuffs - replaceable Polyester cuffs prevent damage to the main manikin body.
  • Reinforced neck - strong enough to simulate a suicide through hanging without damage

 

Prisoner Security Training Manikins Videos

PRODUCT DETAILS

The standard package purchased by 100% of UK prisons is the 50Kg model complete with protective overall and carrying/storage holdall - it is for this reason that we consider the package to be the 'industry standard'.

 

Prison Security Manikin Brochure - (2.71 (MB))



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