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1 pointHere at the local public hospital, there is a psych ward. Police on patrol will have to physically fight with, and subdue then handcuff someone who is acting out violently. Then they bring them to the psych ward, take the handcuffs off, and leave that violent combative person unrestrained with a bunch of nursing assistants who are not anywhere near as big or strong as the cops, nor are they equipped with any weapons. Sure, they could give him a sedative. But they'll have to fight him, overpower him, and hold him down in order to do it. Imagine when the cops leave, and they're simply locked in there with a bunch of violent, crazy people. At least you guys in the correctional facilities have some muscle, and plenty of restraint devices.