A zero tolerance approach to handling crime.
Random calls to solve community problems.
Involvement with local youth programs.
Greater community voice in setting police priorities.
Whether or not the Chief, Security Forces is involved.
The extent to which the program meets the community’s needs.
Whether or not all the needs of a community were identified on a survey.
The degree security forces personnel let the community handle their own problems.
Determine which program meets the community’s needs.
Whether or not all of the needs of the installation were identified.
To establish rapport between police personnel and the community.
Educate personnel about the steps they can take to protect themselves and their property.
Enforce the traffic code.
Reduce traffic accidents.
Cite people for speeding.
Control the flow of traffic.
10 to 12 feet to the rear and three feet to the left.
10 to 12 feet to the rear and two feet to the left.
12 to 15 feet to the rear and three feet to the right.
12 to 15 feet to the rear and two feet to the right.
As close as you can get to the accident scene.
So that it doesn’t interfere with the traffic flow around the accident.
Away from the scene to prevent damage by debris.
To protect the scene and injured persons while not creating a traffic hazard.
Next to your vehicle.
In the center of the road.
Off to the side of the road.
In the center of the intersection.
Motorists will start shouting back.
Hand and arm signals are sufficient.
Shouting orders antagonizes motorists.
They are sometimes difficult to understand.
Steps off the line four or more times.
Steps off the line three or more times.
Puts his or her foot down one or more times.
Puts his or her foot down three or more times.
Are not jerking.
Start and stop jerking.
In military court.
In a civilian court.
In a civilian and military court.
To the Chief, Security Forces.
With a lawyer present.
By qualified personnel.