Supplemental
Prisoner
Adjustable
Restraint

The answer to temporary safe restraint of handcuffed prisoners

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  • No Buckles
  • No Straps
  • No Cuffs

The ideal solution for police departments, booking areas, booking centers, detention centers cell blocks, court rooms, processing centers, prison intake, and more.

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The SPAR is a stationary prisoner restraint device that is ideal for police departments, booking areas, detention centers, cell blocks, prisoner processing centers, prison intakes, courtroom facilities, or any other venue where a prisoner needs to be safely secured.

*Improvements made to the SPAR since the video/demo concept model include:

  • restructured the pedestal and seat angle for ergonomics
  • padded side bars (eliminating the solid side seat well)
  • soft edges and machined/rounded corners
  • added connection ring for leg shackles
  • single piece seat with no seams
  • powder coated metal surfaces
  • high grade vinyl padding
  • enlarged seat backing

Benefits

  • Increased efficiency in handling prisoners
  • Reduced time in handling prisoners
  • Less manpower needed for application
  • Keeps officers in a position of advantage
  • Does not interfere with circulation or respiration
  • Reduced injury to officers AND prisoners
  • Reduced Workers' Compensation claims
  • Reduced overtime payout related to officer injuries
  • Eliminated confusion during application
  • Simple installation
  • Space friendly
  • Simple to clean and maintain
  • ECONOMICAL!
  • MADE IN USA!

Value

With an introductory price of $1249.00 per unit, the SPAR comes ready for installation and use out of the box. Included are all necessary documents to institute instruction, plan policy and initiate use of the SPAR.

The SPAR is a sound investment and a bargain for any agency's budget.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How is the SPAR different from other restraint chairs?
The SPAR does not incorporate any additional straps, cuffs or belts when a handcuffed prisoner is seated in the device. This minimizes the potential for injury to prisoner or, in the case of other restraint type chairs, potential injury to multiple officers to apply fittings. The SPAR has a ring under the seat to attach leg irons to prevent kicking. Leg irons can be applied to a prisoner already seated, with minimal risk of injury, unlike other devices.
Are there any restrictions on size of prisoner with regard to use?
As with any other restraint devices there are limits to size. SPAR does accommodate a very high percent of prisoners according to size. An extremely large prisoner may not fit comfortably. A very tiny framed prisoner may have a little more room while seated in the SPAR. However, based on the quick and secure application, adjustments can me made to the restraint bar to fit a prisoner.
What makes the SPAR a better consideration for use for agencies?
The SPAR can be quickly and easily applied. Use of multiple officers to secure a prisoner in the SPAR is less necessary that other restraint type chairs. When a prisoner is properly and securely restrained, it does not interfere with normal respiration, or circulation to extremities like other restraint chairs on the market. Should a medical or other type emergency event occur, a prisoner can be quickly removed from the SPAR as fast or faster than it would take to seat them.
What assembly is required after delivery?
None. Removal from packaging and proper installation per the included mounting/ installation manual is all that is required before it is ready for use.
What is the cost of a SPAR unit?
The SPAR at it's full MSRP price is considerably less than other restraint chairs in the industry. We recommend calling for pricing as an order for multiple units for an agency can be sold at a reduced cost per unit depending on the size of the order. It is quite economical.
Is the SPAR unisex?
Yes. The SPAR will accommodate male or female prisoners.
Is the SPAR medically safe from the spreading of bodily soils and blood or fluid borne pathogens?
In today's world, communicable diseases are a big concern in the law enforcement and corrections industry. The covers on the pads are made from a high grade vinyl. They are easy to clean with any type of cleaning solution typically used on hospital beds or equipment in prison settings. The metal portions of the SPAR are powder coated, also for simple cleaning.
Can pads and covers for the SPAR be replaced?
Yes! All pads and covers are made with high quality Velcro attachment sewn into the padding covers for the purpose of cleaning and easy quick replacement. We will ship out additional pads and or covers with your order for your immediate replacement, if you wish. There is an additional cost based on the cover or pad that is needed. They can also be ordered individually for replacement as may be needed.
Is the SPAR made in the USA?
Yes, it is. All of the components are manufactured in southeast Pennsylvania. We conform to SAM.gov standards and are registered with SAM.gov. Our DUNS number is on file for search and for government purchase.
What is the cost of not having a SPAR in your facility?
With the ever rising number of claims of prisoner injury and injuries to officers in facilities, how much are you willing to spend on settlements, workman's comp or overtime staffing to cover for an injured officer until you have one or more of our units?

Matthew Planer, President
mplaner@policeinnovationsllc.com
Patrol Sergeant, Field Training Officer, and Training Officer with 23 years of field experience.

PoliceInnovations, LLC is operated by veteran police officers with years of training and experience in the Law Enforcement field.