Officers from across the the country have come to Kansas City to be trained in proper use of the technique, known as “lateral vascular neck restraint,” or LVNR. The maneuver, its adherents say, is separate from the kind of restraint seen on video involving Eric Garner of Staten Island.
Officers from across the the country have come to Kansas City to be trained in proper use of the technique, known as “lateral vascular neck restraint,” or LVNR. The maneuver, its adherents say, is separate from the kind of restraint seen on video involving Eric Garner of Staten Island. File photo
Officers from across the the country have come to Kansas City to be trained in proper use of the technique, known as “lateral vascular neck restraint,” or LVNR. The maneuver, its adherents say, is separate from the kind of restraint seen on video involving Eric Garner of Staten Island. File photo

KC is a center for training police to use an alternative to a choke hold

December 04, 2014 04:57 PM