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2010 - Publicized Escapes

 Feb 2010 - Oklahoma - Moore Police - Handcuffed prisoner escapes from back seat of caged police car and steals it.  Prisoner crashes
              patrol car then captured again.      
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2009 - Publicized Escapes

 May 2009 - Texas - Houston Police - Handcuffed prisoner in the backseat of the police car was able to get into the driver's seat and speed away in the
                  police car.  The prisoner crashed the stolen police car and fled on foot, only to be caught.     News Link

 May 2009 - Florida - Alachua Police - A handcuffed prisoner was in the back seat of a caged police car when she was able to get her hands in front
              of her body and reach out a police car window.  The prisoner unlocked the police car door and fled on foot.     News Link
 May 2009 - Oklahoma - Muskogee Police - Handcuffed subject standing outside the patrol car slipped the handcuffs in front of his body, jumped
                  in a police car and sped away.  He lead police on a 70 mile chase at speeds of 125 mph.     News Link
 May 2009 - Oklahoma - Edmond Police - Handcuffed prisoner escapes from back seat of caged police car and  steals it.  Shots are fired,
              patrol car is crash, subject caught.    
News and Video Link     News and Video Link     News and Video Link
 May 2009 - Texas - Austin Police - Handcuffed prisoner escapes from back seat of caged police car with  window bars.  Agency says,
              "officer did not watch the prisoner".    
News and Video Link
 May 2009 - North Carolina - Wilmington Police - Kicked out the back window of a police car and escaped on foot.     News Link
 May 2009 - Louisiana - Shreveport Police - Police impersonator escaped from the back seat of a police car and  fled on foot.  He was captured
               hours later still in handcuffs.     News Link

 

Preventative Steps
With Trooper Trap installed, prevention is 1 switch away.
Follow these easy steps to assist in preventing an escape.

Step #1 Handcuffed suspect in patrol or transport unit, seatbelt in place and activate alarm.
Step #2 Subject seated in patrol or transport unit, have subject put seatbelt on in case a vehicle strikes patrol unit while stopped and activate alarm.
Step #3 Subject standing or sitting outside the patrol or transport unit, have subject sit in patrol unit so subject does not get hit by a vehicle, then complete with Step #2.
Step #4 Use Trooper Trap - Weapon Alarm.  Leave armed, disarm before removing weapon.  If the weapon is removed when armed, an alarm will sound.

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