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Use of Neck Restraints




Relates to law enforcement officers, relates to prohibition on the use of neck restraints, prohibits the use of neck restraints by law-enforcement officers, defines neck restraint as the use of any body part or object to attempt to control or disable a person by applying pressure against the neck, including the trachea or carotid artery, with the purpose, intent, or effect of controlling or restricting the person’s movement or restricting the person’s blood flow.