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
A. Broken Arrow
B. Bent Spear
C. Dull Sword
A. security reporting and alerting system
B. intra-base disaster notification system
C. base's estaablished notification direction
D. accident response force telephone system
A. Downwind or crosswind direction
B. Downwind and upwind direction
C. Upwind or crosswind direction
D. As fast as possible
A. 1500 feet
B. 2000 feet
C. 1500 feet upwind and crosswind and 1 mile downwind
D. 2000 feet upwind and crosswind and 1 mile downwind
A. 1500 feet upwind and crosswind
B. 2000 feet upwind and crosswind
C. 1500 feet upwind and crosswind and 1.5 miles downwind
D. 2000 feet upwind and crosswind and 1.5 miles downwind
A. SF personnel
B. Fire Chief
C. On scene commander
D. Installation commander
A. let the FBI or CIA take charge and the situation
B. prevent or minimize loss of life and property
C. nuetralize the perpetrators using deadly force.
D. not yield to civilian authorities
A. Federal Bureau of Investigation
B. Air Office of Special Intalligence.
C. Central Intalligence Agency
D. Department of Justice
A. trained negotiators
B. swat teams
C. special operation
D. nuclear weapons
A. Medical emergency services personnel
B. Base fire department personnel
C. Negotiation teams
D. Base chaplin
D. Domestic Violence
D. domestic violence
A. AF form 3545, incident Report
B. AF form 1364, Consent for search and seizure
C. Af form 1168, statement of suspect/witness/complainant
D. AF form 1176, authority to search and seize
A. suspect, search authority, and the owners consent.
B. suspect, and consent of the person controlling vehicle.
C. proper search authority, and written consent of the person driving vehicle
D. proper search authority, and consent of the person controlling vehicle.
A. Concentric circle
C. Zone or sector
D. Strip and grid
A. Real and relevant.
B. Relevant and direct.
C. Direct and competent.
D. Competent and relevant
A. Just wipe your prints off.
B. Disregard it completely.
C. Inform your supervisor or leader.
D. Record it in your notes and report.
B. Earth-filled barriers.
C. Jersey and Bitburg barriers.
D. Water or sand filled plastic barriers.
A. Non-nuclear alert forces
B. C4 systems of active nuclear mission
C. Selected C3 facilities, systems,and equipment
D. Fuels and Liquids Oxygen storage areas.
A. providing dedicated response elements inside and outside the restricted area.
B. posting sentries when IDS is not installed or operational.
C. ensuring proper trining of assigned personnel.
D. posting external response force elements.
C. Disaster response.
D. National Defense.
A. Security Forces Investigations.
B. Office Special Investigation.
C. Installation Security Council.
D. Resource Protection Committee.
A. organize the facts.
B. evaluate the report.
C. proofread the report.
D. put the report together.
A. AF Form 3545, Incident Report.
B. AF Form 1315, Vehicle Accident Report.
C. DD Form 1920, Alcohol Incident Report.
D. AF Form 1168, Statement of Suspect/Witness/Complainant.
A. Offense codes.
B. Involvement codes.
C. Bias motivation codes.
D. Offense Statutory basis.
A. Before installation and daily when installed.
B. Twicwe daily after installation.
C. Four times a week.
D. Before burial.
A. Special line designated for emergency only.
B. Special line established for the command post.
C. Continuous line of field wire laid out on the perimeter.
D. Continuous line connected to every phone and switchboard.
A. Brevity codes.
B. Authentic transmissions.
C. Localized decoding procedures.
D. Localized encoding procedures.
A. transmit letters and numbers.
B. always transmit letters, not numbers
C. remember the last letter you recieve must be even and set.
D. remember that the first three letters you pass or recieve must be set letters.
A. Part one.
B. Regional date block.
C. Marginal data section.
D. Where you can locate it quickly.
A. Under no circumstance.
B. When directed.
D. Last resort.
A. squad leader.
B. support element sniper.
C. reconnaissance and close precision support.
D. response, overwatch, screening, and reconnaissance.
A. Department of State
B. Department of Justice
C. Department of Defense
D. Federal Bureau Of Investigation
D. Independent crusaders.
C. Non-state supported.
D. independent crusaders.
A. threat analysis.
B. Risk management.
C. Communication safety.
D. Information security
A. 12 August 1952.
B. 12 August 1951.
C. 12 August 1950.
D. 12 August 1949.
A. 10 feet qpqrt at the base.
B. 20 feet apart at the base.
C. 30 feet apart at the base.
D. 40 feet apart at the base.
A. Diopter focus ring.
B. Eyepiece assembly.
C. Reticle adjustments.
D. Objective focus ring.
C. Fire support.
A. disengaging away from the enemy.
B. Retreating to a safe place on the flank.
C. Organized movement to the rear or away from the enemy.
D. Unorganized movement to the rear or away from the enemy.
A. expected, possible and likely.
B. likely, expected and observed.
C. not likely, possible and expected.
D. threat analysis, not likely and ambushes.
A. convoy is stopped on an open road.
B. better chance against an enemy attack.
C. volume and density of small arms fire redued.
D. volume and density of organic weapon is higher.
A. Mandatory education and training requirements only.
B. On duty life-cycle education and training requirements.
C. Just in time education and training requirements, both on and off duty.
D. Life-cycle education and training requirements, both mandatory and desirable.
A. 120 duty days after an individual completes qualification training.
B. 90 duty days after an individual completes qualification training.
C. 60 duty days after an individual completes qualification training.
D. 30 days after completeing qualification traning.
A. The same capabilities as all civilian police.
B. Law enforcement with new technology.
C. Law enforcement with new computers.
D. Prompt police information through the use of technology.
A. Selecting/training civilian officials on the AFLETS program.
B. Selecting/training of personnel operating th AFLETS program.
C. Managing the local NLETS program.
D. Managing the local NCIC program.
A. Log controlled under the Privacy act 1972.
B. A federal system of logs controlled under the Privacy act 1973.
C. A federal system of records controlled under the Privacy act of 1974.
D. A federal system of record controlled under the Privacy act of 1975.
A. AFI 31-201, Security Police Procedure
B. AFI 31-101, Installation Security Programs.
C. AFMAN 31-201 Volume 1, Security Forces History and Organization.
D. AFI 36-2226 Volume 1, Combat Arms Training Programs, Individual Weapons.
A. Receive firearms training based their duty tasking.
B. Receive firearms training based their rank and status.
C. Receive firearms training based on use of force requirement.
D. Receive firearms training based their arming group (Group A,B, or C).
A. AF Form 522, Ground Weapon Training Data.
B. AF Form 629, Small Arms Hands Receipt.
C. AF Form 1297, Temporary Issue Receipt.
D. AF Form 797, Job Qualification Standard.
A. aids in transmitting and reception.
B. clarify understanding of the message being sent.
C. distract and confuse unauthorized listeners.
D. shorten sending time and to simplify clear reception.
A. Employee work practices, personal protective equipment, and housekeeping.
B. Hapatitis B vaccine,misuse of personal protective equipment.
C. Personal protective equipment, unsanitary housekeeping.
D. Unsafe work practices, hepatitis B vaccine.
D. body fluids.
A. "A" cells.
B. white blood cells.
C. cancer causing cells.
D. blood borne pathogens.
A. too much money, divorce, and work problems.
B. pending legal action, work problems, or having fun.
C. loss of a love one, mental health, and divorce.
D. relationship difficulties, divorce, and going on vacation.
A. Finding the right stress medication.
B. Recognizing stressor.
C. Running daily.
A. Personal life and job.
B. Personal life and nightclubs.
C. Job and recreational activities.
D. Job and off-duty employment.
C. major accident.
D. traffic accident.
A.Waterproof clothing bags.
B. Change them frequently.
C. Tree branches.
D. Mosquito nets.
A. not wearing socks.
B. spraying your boots with Windex.
C. not washing your pants bottom.
D. tucking your pants into the top of your socks and boots.
A. 24 hours.
B. 48 hours.
C. 72 hours.
D. 24 hours, or the next duty day.
A. pretrial detainee, post-trial inmate or casual.
B. pretrial detainee, post-trial detainee.
C. post-trial inmate or trial inmate.
D. pretrial casual, or casual.
A. service correction course(or civilian equivalent).
B. civilian correction course only.
C. base correction course only.
D. state correction certification course.
A. Indirect, alternating.
B. Reverse, direct, indirect.
C. Direct, Indirect, and reverse
D. Alternating, Direct, and Indirect.
A. The Chief Security Forces.
B. The Staff Judge Advocate.
C. Witness to the Case.
D. The Victim and Suspect.
A. not give consent to search.
B. grant consent to search that property.
C. may give consent to their property only.
D. may allow another person to grant consent.
A. location of incident.
B. other investigators name.
C. time of interview.
D. room number.