WAVY — A year-old woman whose hands were cuffed behind her back when she committed suicide during a traffic stop in Chesapeake died of a gunshot wound through the mouth, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. Sarah Wilson commited suicide on July 25, , during a traffic stop near the intersection of Berkley Avenue and Wilson Road, according to the Chesapeake Police Department. She was the passenger of a Lexus driven by her boyfriend, year-old Holden Medlin. The couple were under the surveillance of two CPD officers — one assigned to uniform patrol, and the other to vice narcotics — when they were stopped around p.
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Being a prisoner entails daily indignities, some of which are unavoidable. But for sheer cruelty and pointless degradation, it is hard to top the shackling of women who are pregnant, in labor or caring for their newborns. The practice has never made any sense. Apart from the fact that women giving birth or about to give birth pose little threat to anyone, handcuffs, waist chains and ankle manacles introduce very real health risks to the mother and her fetus. Yet it is perfectly legal in 28 states, and was common practice in New York until , when Gov.
S even months pregnant, hands cuffed and feet bound, Sophia Casias shuffled across the floor at the Bexar county adult detention center in San Antonio, Texas, on March She would later realize that she had felt the same way when multiple family members sexually assaulted her as a child. The jail put Casias in chains a year and a half before the passage of the First Step Act in December , a federal law that prohibits some of the most punitive measures against prisoners, including shackling of pregnant women. This means thousands of pregnant inmates remain at the mercy of guards who can choose exactly how to control their every movement — as well as the movement of their unborn children. Seventy-four percent of respondents in the study had cared for incarcerated pregnant or postpartum women.
Handcuffs are restraint devices designed to secure an individual's wrists in proximity to each other after being arrested or detained by police. Each half has a rotating arm which engages with a ratchet that prevents it from being opened once closed around a person's wrist. Without the key, the handcuffs cannot be removed, and the handcuffed person cannot move his or her wrists more than a few centimetres or inches apart, making many tasks difficult or impossible. They are frequently used worldwide to prevent suspected criminals from escaping from police custody. There are three main types of contemporary metal handcuffs: chain cuffs are held together by a short chain , hinged since hinged handcuffs permit less movement than a chain cuff, they are generally considered to be more secure , and rigid solid bar handcuffs. While bulkier to carry, rigid handcuffs permit several variations in cuffing. Hiatts Speedcuffs are rigid handcuffs used by most police forces in the United Kingdom. Various accessories are available to improve the security or increase the rigidity of handcuffs, including boxes that fit over the chain or hinge and can themselves be locked with a padlock. In the Royal Canadian Mounted Police used a type called "Mitten Handcuffs" to prevent criminals from being able to grab an object like the officer's gun. While used by some in law enforcement it was never popular.