D. Objective certainly
A. Officer response, and force application
B. Risk perception,and officer response
C. force application, and level of force
D. Risk perception, and level of force
B. Resistant (passive)
C. Assualtive (bodily harm)
D. Assaultive (serious bidily harm/death)
A. Verbal controls
B. Neuromuscular controls
C. Baton as a leverage device
D. Military working dog (off leash)
A. Professional perception, complaint, and cooperative controls
B. Tactical perception, resistant(passive, and contact controls
C. Threshold perception,resistant(active),and compliance techniques
D. Harmful threat perception, assaultive(bodily harm), and defensive tactics.
A. a fleeing thief from escaping
B. someone from breaking into a house
C. someone from killing you or doing you serious bodily harm
D. a tradfic violator from fleeing out the installation gate
A. vital to security forces.
B. vital to national security.
C. important to the installation.
D. important to a Major Command.
A. Recovery of nuclear weapons.
B. Keep someone from breaking into house.
C. Protect others from imminent danger of death or serious bodily harm.
D. Protect yourself from imminent danger of death or serious bodily harm.
A. safe and your finger not in the trigger guard.
B. fire, and your finger not in the trigger guard.
C. safe, and your finger in the trigger guard.
D. fire, and your finger in the trigger guard.
A. Initiate the verbal challenge by loudly commanding HALT.
B. Bring your weapon to the raise pistol position and command STOP
C. Notify SFC, or MSC of the situation through the communication system on post.
D. Take cover, charge your weapon and bring it to post arms,and loudly shout HALT.
A. Level of cooperation of suspect.
B. Certain rules and defines criteria.
C. Whether the person has a weapon.
D. Sound professional judgement and facts of a specific incident.
A. Apply the handcuff very tighly to restrict movement.
B. Lock both handcuffs after applying them on the suspect.
C. Loop the cuffs through the front of the belt just below the smll of the back.
D. Loop the cuff through the suspect's belt at a point below the small of his or her back.
A. Is cooperative.
B. Is bigger than you.
C. doesn't speak English.
D. Is physically impaired.
B. Suspect's activity
C. Probable cause
D. Reasonable doudt
A. Suspect's position and attitude.
B. Your position and attitude.
C. Assisting members overwatch position.
D. Your position and availablecover and concealment.
A. Forward while pushing inward on the suspect's hand.
B. Reaward while pushing inward on the suspect's hand.
C. Inward while pushing inward on the suspect's hand.
D. Outward while pushing inward on the suspect's hand.
A. elbow extended out toward the ground
B. arm straight and toward the ground
C. elbow parallel to the ground
D. arm parallel to the ground
A. suprise and accuracy
B. speed and accuracy
C. speed and surprise
D. speed and quickness
D. Butt stroke