Rush to see if anyone is injured and try to help them.
Call for backup. (Such as additional patrol units and EMS.)
Park your patrol vehicle in a way in which blocks the road to keep vehicles from getting too close to injured civilians and the collision.
Secure the weapon.
Give first aid to the suspect.
Cuff the suspect.
Yell at the suspect to drop the weapon.
Draw your firearm, aim it at the suspect, identify yourself as police, and yell at them to drop the weapon or they may be fired upon.
Draw your taser and fire it at them quickly before they can do anything with their pistol.
Scream at them as loud as you can telling them it's their last chance to drop the weapon.
Fire a shot near the suspect to let them know you're not screwing around.
Aim your firearm for the suspects center of mass and fire until the suspect is down/incapacitated and no longer a threat.
Like force means that you should use EXACTLY the same amount of force being used against you, on them. Example: They are trying to beat you to death with their fists so you should return "like force" by hitting them back to subdue them.
Like force means that since you are a law enforcement officer you can use a deadly weapon in any confrontation that you feel necessary to use it.
You can't use excessive force against a suspect. Like force represents using SIMILAR force to the suspect. Example: If they are unarmed you could use your body, police baton, or taser to subdue them but not your firearm.
I should immediately contact dispatch and request code 3 for additional patrol units and EMS regarding a traffic collision. I should engage my lights to warn other motorists. I should then survey the scene and if there is a potential threat for fire notify dispatch immediately. I then make my way over to the vehicle that collided with mine. I then check on the status of the occupants of the vehicle, usually starting with the driver. I then notify dispatch of the patients status so it can be relayed to EMS who are en-route. I do what I can to stabilize the patients until EMS arrives. Once EMS has arrived on scene I attempt to setup a perimeter and allow other officers who arrive to begin an investigation.
My first priority is the safety of the occupants in the vehicle who hit me. I should rush to their aid and help them to the best of my abilities. Once I feel I have stabilized them as best as I can I then contact EMS and other patrol units for backup. I check to see if there is threat of fire on scene and if so, contact dispatch again to update them on the situation. Now that the occupants of the other vehicle are relatively stable I head back to my patrol vehicle to engage my lights to warn other motorists. Once EMS has arrived I reposition my patrol car to block traffic. Afterward I let the other officers begin an investigation.
Rush inside and eliminate all the threats. Then attend to any victims of the gun fire. Make sure to notify your supervisor of what happened.
Yell, "Shots FIRED!" into your radio and initiate suppression fire on the suspects inside of the pawn shop until backup arrives. Once backup has arrived have at least one officer keep up the suppression fire until more units head into the pawn shop to eliminate the suspects.
Quickly notify dispatch of shots fired and re-prioritize the call as a code 3 with a full zone response as well as placing EMS on standby. Inform dispatch of the make/model of the suspect vehicle, include as much information about the suspects themselves and the current situation as possible. Make sure you have adequate tactical gear to handle the current situation. Make sure responding units and yourself set up the best possible perimeter. Once some backup has arrived attempt to engage the suspects inside.
Notify dispatch the situation is now code 3 and that EMS should be placed on standby. Relay as much information about the suspects as you can including the make/model of the vehicle you saw them driving. Call in ASU immediately for the code 3 situation so that you have eyes in the sky. Attempt to distract the suspects inside by whatever means available until backup arrives. Work together to engage the suspects and take out the threat.
The driver realizes that I have the authority to do certain things that he or she has no control over.
I can feel any abnormalities in the vehicle. Especially by placing my hand on the trunk I can check to see if it is closed completely or not.
My fingers and/or hand print is now on the back area of the vehicle. Now if something bad happens during the traffic stop and the vehicle is recovered CSI can prove in court that I was in the vicinity of the vehicle.
I can see if he/she is paying attention and will complain about the finger prints I may have just put on his/her vehicle.
Tell the suspect to remain silent.
Tell the suspect they have the right to a lawyer.
Read them their Miranda rights. (Based on the court base Miranda v. Lopez)
Tell them to watch their head before getting into the back of your patrol car.