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MA "A" School Block 2 Test 1
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What does the term Light Hands mean?
Not using 100% force
4 Weapons Safety Rules
-Treat every weapon as if it were loaded
-Never point a weapon at anything you do not intend to shoot
-Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until ready to fire
-Keep weapon on safe until you intend to fire
4 ORM Principles
- Accept risk when benefits outweigh cost
- Accept no unnecessary risk
- Anticipate and manage risk by planning
- Make risk decisions at the right level
3 Levels of ORM
- Time Critical
5 ORM Terms
- Risk Assessment
ORM 5 Step Process
- Identify Hazard
- Assess Hazards
- Make Risk Decisions
- Implement Controls
3 Personal Space Ranges
- 3ft in front
- 1 1/2ft to the side
- 5ft to the rear
18in. Space we only allow those closest to us
6ft. Space we normally converse with others
18ft. Distance between others we keep in a public area
4ft. To react to some type of threat
Males are more territorial than females and have larger personal zones. True/False
How do you Show Concern?
Making eye contact and tilt head slightly forward
How do you Show Support?
Making eye contact and slightly nod head
How can you tell someone is Angry?
Wide eyes with uninterrupted stare
How can you tell someone is Submissive?
They are looking down
3 Stages of Conflict
- Verbal Aggression (Testing Stage)
- Physical Aggression
Define Ignoring Another Person
Not listening at all
Define Pretending to Listen
Not listening, "Yeah" "Uh-Huh"
Define Selective Listening
Listening but only hear parts
Verbal Commands are...
Short and Loud; Build confidence, use diaphragm
7 Defensive Verbal Communication Advantages
- Makes us breathe
- Reduces Stress
- Enhances Performance
- Establishes Authority
- Provides Direction
- Reduces Potential Escalation
- Alerts Others of a Confrontation
Define Angular Cornering
Physically boxing the aggressor in a corner
Define Surround Cornering
Several persons form full or half circle around aggressor
Define Contact Cornering
Act of grabbing a potential aggressor
Define Psychological Cornering
Giving a potential aggressor a direct order or command
Define Exit Cornering
Forcing potential aggressor into your personal space or between yourself and another person
What may Mental Conditioning do?
- Enhance learning and retention of new skills
- Eliminate bad skills or habits
- Control stress
- Improve physical performance
- Improve confidence
- Improve decisiveness
- Improve assertivness
- Improve speed
- Enhance Relentlessness
About to occur or impending
3 Target Areas of Body
- Red (Xypoid Process)
How Many Hinges on the Human Body?
Where is the Striking Surface of Elbow?
2in above or below the elbow
What is Muscle Relaxation?
What is Weight Transfer?
Where is the Striking Surface of Knee?
2 inches above Knee
Angles of Approach...
What Part of your Forearm do you Block with?
When do you Intercept a Strike/ Blow?
When its 2/3 away
Body movements inform the opponent of the intention to launch attack
6 parts of the baton
-friction lock shaft
5 Types of Blocks with Baton
- High Block
- Low Block
- Strong Side Block
- Weak Side Block
- Middle Block
4 Types of Strikes with Baton
- Rear Jab
3 Types of Carries with Baton
- Outside the arm carry
- 2 Hand carry
- Vertical carry
2 Types of Draws with Baton
- Strong side draw
- Cross draw
What is the Effective Range of OC?
What is the Minimum Safe Spray with OC?
How do you Spray OC?
Ear to ear focusing on the brow
How Long do you Spray OC?
1/2 to 1 full second
What do you Check the Subject for after being OC Sprayed and for how Long?
Airway, Breathing, Circulation minimum of 2 hours
While Responding to a Holstered Weapons Grab what Weapon Retention Technique should you use?
Linear or Cross
While Responding to a Weapons Hand Grab what Weapon Retention Technique should you use?
Linear or Cross
While Responding to a Linear or Cross Barrel Grab what Weapon Retention Technique should you use?
Working to the Outside
What is fear?
Automatic reaction to perceived or real danger or threats.
What is panic?
the emotional reaction that leads to or takes form of flight, fight or freeze.
What is the 4 principles of striking?
What are the 4 M's of self defense?
What are POM?
Patterns of movement. Used to close the gap between you and the subject, creating distance, increasing power, and maximizing momentum.
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