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What are the Weakness in Handcuffs?
Most handcuffs are susceptible to being "shimmied" or "Picked".
What are the 4 Elements of Force?
1. Ability - (does the suspect have the ability to carry out the act?)
2. Opportunity - (Is the opportunity available?)
3. Jeopardy - (you must be placed in jeopardy)
4. Preclusion - (have lesser reasonable means of force been eliminated)
What are the 5 Levels of Control?
1. Officer Presence - Identification of Authority
2. VERBAL DIRECTION - COMMANDS OF DIRECTION OR ARREST
3. Empty-Hand Control - Soft empty hand are techniques that have a minimal chance of causing injury like a control hold or escort position. Hard empty hand are techniques that have a probability of causing injury like strikes or take downs.
What are the 4 Components of Force Matrix?
What are the 3 Ranges of Interpersonal Combat?
1. Kill Zone (Touch Distance)
2. Attack Zone (Touch + One Step Away)
3. Danger Zone (Touch + Two or More Steps away)
What is the number one problem with handcuffs?
The number 1 issue is loose or faulty application.
What is the most important principle for conducting a safe and effective search?
handcuffing first and searching second.
What are common effects of OC Spray?
1. Involuntary closing of the eyes
2. Gasping for air
3. Intense burning of the skin
4. Uncontrollable coughing
What would you use, if someone was trying to take you down?
What are the primary striking points of a baton?
Large muscle groups aiming at primary nerve groups.
1. Common Peroneal Nerve
2. Femoral Nerve
3. Radial Nerve
4. Median Nerve
5. Tibial Nerve
What is the purpose or goal of the breakfall?
The goal of the breakfall: An officer can be thrown or fall to the ground and still be able to function tactically.
What is the definition of Body Mechanics?
The Effective use of the body and its forces in harmony with the principles of physics.
What are the 3 phases of a Physical Encounter?
1. Pre-Contact Phase - Training in the understanding and control of distance and positions of advantage before contact is made.
2. Contact Phase - Positional training designed to survive a force on force collision and defend against a physical assault.
3. Neutralization Phase - Techniques and methods to stop, control, and neutralize an attack by deploying armed and unarmed counter measures.
What will happen if you strike the common Perineal (or other pressure points)?
Render a nerve temporary inoperable.
What are types of handcuffing positions?
Distance of the Attack Zone?
Touching Distance + One Step
Distance of the Kill Zone?
Distance of the Danger Zone?
Touch + Two or More Steps away
Justification for Use of Force
1. A parent, guardian, teacher using it to discipline.
2. Superintendent or entrusted official of a jail or correctional institution using it to maintain peace.
3. A person RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF ORDER in a place where others are assembled may use it to maintain order, and may use deadly force
4. To prevent suicide or self injury.
5. Doctor or nurse in emergency situations.
Where is the femoral nerve?
Inside of the thigh.
The brain is also known as?
How do you search a female?
Always use knife edge or thumb side of hand.
What are two striking trajectories?
What is civil Liability?
Civil liability is defined as any situation in which employees are sued in civil court for actions performed on duty for a law enforcement agency.
Two types of damages awarded:
What is a frisk?
A pat down for weapons.
What is the Drive/Brace Leg?
The rear leg in a defensive stance (furthest from the suspect) that determines the ability to resist and generate physical force.
What is a search?
The physical and probing inquiry pointed to the recovery of weapons of attack, means of destruction or escape, evidence investigative leads and other information of value.
Which of the following is not a control hold?
CAROTID CHOCK IS NOT A CONTROL HOLD.
The number one problem with standard handcuffs is what?
loose or faulty
You are making an arrest and the suspect crosses his arms, can you use your baton to make him comply?
No, use the 5 second pressure technique
The drive brace leg is best used for?
Balance and power
When you use the carotid control technique this is approaching what use of force?
Approaching deadly force
1Three psychological aspects of survival to consider are?. Emotional
When you are kicking a suspect to make them comply, what area do you kick on the leg and what is that point called?
Below the waist/perineal
Can you strike a suspect in the head if they are not complying and that is the only place you can access to get a hit in?
What is the best degree of angle to approach a suspect?
Where should your weapon be when you are apprehending a suspect?
When the suspect is very close to you, it is known as the what zone?
A suspect has bee OC sprayed and now has difficulty breathing, what should LE do?
What is a suspects lowest level of resistance?
What title 13 chapter is use of force?
Where can handcuffs break?
What is considered contact and cover and the responsibilities?
If you have a suspect in a wrist lock, what zone are you in?
You are dealing with a suspect and they just hit you in the face, what phase of tactics is this considered?
How many seconds does it take for an individual to loose consciousness with the carotid hold?