Using Neck Locks in Retail Restraint Training [Video]

I have just been sent an email by someone who is a retail professional who has attended a retail theft and violence course for retail staff and retail security staff.

During the training, he has told me that he has been shown how to restrain someone on their own (a single-person restraint).

In addition, one of the techniques he said that he has been shown is a technique that involves putting their arms/hands around someone and applying pressure to the neck area (possibly around the carotid sinus area).

As always, your comments would be welcome, so please, like, comment and share.

Best Regards

Mark Dawes