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The Sisco Model 7S-M
The Sisco Model 7S-M


 
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The Sisco Model 7S-M Handcuff Security Cover

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The Model 7S-M handcuff security cover is a high quality one piece cold worked stainless steel handcuff security cover. There is no hinge or security clip involved in applying or securing the Model 7S-M.


The Model 7S-M is recommended for the full restraint of high risk inmates for a short or long haul transport, it's a major improvement over box type handcuff covers.

The Model 7S-M has unique angled ends that greatly reduce pressure on the wrists and inmate distress during transport.

The Model 7S-M protects handcuff keyways from picking or tampering.

Hands can easily be restricted close to the body for greater security or let loose enough to meet your security needs.

Inmates will see a more relaxed posture in the sitting position and an improved level of dignity in the manner of their restraint as compared to box type handcuff covers.

Only these waist chains are recommended for use with the Model 7S-M handcuff security cover, C&S security #2 chain, Chicago model A800 and the ASP chain restraint with auto-lock.

Only these high quality handcuffs are recommended for use with the Model 7S-M handcuff security cover, Peerless standard and oversize chain link handcuffs, the ASP Sentry, the standard S&W Model 100 and their maximum security Model 104 chain link handcuffs.
Note: When using ASP hinged handcuffs with the Model 7S-M, you must use the ASP chain restraint with auto-lock.


Note: Smith & Wesson oversized handcuffs are not recommended for use in the Model 7S-M handcuff security cover.

Standard Operating Procedure
Secure a set of handcuffs on the wrists of an individual and set the double locks.

Place the handcuff security cover down over the keyway lock portions of the handcuffs until fully seated.

Then p
lace the waist chain around the individual and insert the Master link through the chain link that best meets the individual's waist size or that meets your security needs for allowable hand and arm movement.

Then continue by inserting the master link through the back of the security cover and pull the tail of the chain up through the front of the master link and around to the side for securing with a padlock.