Insecurity and isolation
Tentativeness and hesitation.
Have to apply the minimum force needed to apprehend the subject.
Have to apply the least intrusive force to apprehend the subject.
Must only use deadly force when the subject resist apprehension.
Do not have to apply the least intrusive force alternative, only a reasonable one to apprehend the subject.
Protect inherently dangerous property.
Protect assets vital to national security.
Keep someone from breaking into a government vehicle.
Protect others from imminent danger of death or serious bodily harm.
Permits defenders to open fire upon all identified enemy targets.
Permits defenders to fire weapons in self-defense, nation defense, or unit defense.
Prohibits defenders to fire weapons in self-defense, nation defense, or unit defense.
Requires defenders to get authorization before firing upon identified enemy targets.
See first and act first.
First in and fit to fight.
Defense of others and operationally fortified.
Self-defense and mission accomplishment.
Law of armed conflict.
Rules for use of force.
Words are chosen carefully during a conversation.
Words occur naturally during a conversation.
The communicator reads it directly from a form.
The communicator is in a hurry.
Command, subject to “HALT,” bring your M4 carbine to port arms or your M9 pistol to ready pistol and contact BDOC for further direction to disposition of the individual.
Command subject to slowly place identification on the ground then turn around and walk approximately six paces away from you.
Command, “RAISE YOUR HANDS ABOVE YOUR HEAD, SPREAD YOUR FINGERS, AND SPREAD YOUR FEET, and POINT YOUR TOES OUTWARD. “
Command, “RAISE YOUR HANDS ABOVE YOUR HEAD, SPREAD YOUR FINGERS, DROP TO YOUR KNEES, and CROSS YOUR FEET.”
Back of the neck.
Wrist of the farthest hand.
Ring or middle finger.
Wrist of the nearest hand.
Complete and simple.
Systematic and simple.
Complete and thorough.
Systematic and thorough.
Same standards of objective reasonableness and totality of circumstances as deadly force.
Lower standards of objective reasonableness and totality of circumstances as deadly force.
Higher standards of objective reasonableness and totality of circumstances as deadly force.
Different standards of objective reasonableness and totality of circumstances as deadly force.
Minimum use of force.
Maximum use of force.
Transitional use of force.
Intermediate use of force.
Standup to base.
By grabbing your weapon with your weapons side (WS) hand.
By grabbing your weapon with your support side (SS) hand.
By rolling onto support side (SS), keeping holstered weapon away from suspect.
By rolling onto your Weapons Side (WS), keeping holstered weapon pinned against the ground.
Advise the suspect of rights.
Handcuff the suspect’s hands in the front.
Search or frisk the suspect for weapons and contraband.
Have a second SF member ride in the back with the suspect.
Have an additional patrol officer as a passenger.
Have a family member or friend ride in the front seat.
Notify Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC) of ending mileage.
Have a second patrol officer follow you to Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC).
Local law enforcement.
Air Force Office of Special Investigations AFOSI.
Initial and annual refresher.
Initial and semiannual refresher.
From top to bottom, left to right.
From right to left, top to bottom.
From left to right, bottom to top.
From bottom to top, left to right.
Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI).
Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI).
Department of Justice (DOJ).
Department of State (DOS).
Cordon and entry control point (ECP).
Cordon and operational rally point.