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T6 TR EmergMed UseofForce FamVio VicofCrime PPD MechArrest

Weaponless strategies consist of: Takedowns, Come-alongs - soft open hand control, wrist lock, transport
Straight, Expandable, and Side handle batons are what type of weapons? Impact weapon
Only the amount of force _____ to effect the arrest should be used. Reasonably Necessary - most answers will be "reasonable amount of force")
Risk factors in Arrest Situation Suspect's mental attitude/behavioral disorders, Time/Loc, Intoxication, Spectators supportive attitude toward subject, Officer's attitude
What Case deals with handcuffing too tightly and failing to double-lock the handcuffs which may lead to an excessive force claim when officers have been placed on notice Baskin v Smith
Components of an arrest Keeping prisoner in sight, Maintaining control, Handcuffing, Transporting
Elements of Crisis Reaction Shock, Depression/lonliness, Panic, Hostility/Resent, Hope, Physical symptoms of distress, Guilt, Inabil to resume normal active, Affirming reality
Phases of victim's reactions to crime Impact, Recoil, Reorganization
Elements of appropriate death notification (1) Not. occur ASA prsn's ID estab, Get med info about prsn being informed, Don't call, 1 prsn in uniform, Credentials, Sit down, Talk to adults, Convey info simply, Prsn might go into shock, Give info qo jeopardy invest, Tell them might have to ID body
Elements of appropriate death notification (2) Explain why autopsy is necessary, Tell them they might have to talk to LE later, Don't leave prsn alone, Help w decisions, Contact approp agencies to notify fam mem in other jurisdict, Label pkg of dead's personals, Give time w dead, Call tomorrow
Victim Assistance Coordinator Each LEA shall designate 1 prsn to serve as agency's crime victim liaison. Duty to ensure that victim, guardian, relative is afforded rights
Common characteristics of fam violence offenders Male on Fem, Jealous, Accuse, Low self-esteem, Seen or been victim as child, M is ruler of house, Blames others for actions, Rarely takes any responsibil, Hateful to everyone, Drug/ETOH, Uses sex aggress, Moody
Barriers victims face when attempting to leave abusive relationship Finances, No support system, Prev neg exp w criminal legal system, Fear, Loves them, Children, Immigrant
Legal requirements re to communication bt LE - Notification to schools for juvenile offenders 24 hrs to school if... Flag school records
Effectiveness and limitations of emergency equipment Headlights/Environ conditions reduce visibility of emerg lights, Speed incr = Horn decr, Horn less effective in heavy traffic, Inside veh decr effectiveness of sirens, High density urban/bus structures cause siren sound deflection
Liability situations involving emerg veh Fail to drive w due regard for safety of others, Agency not adopted written policy on police pursuits, Negligent act/omiss by emp, Not in immed pursuit of violator or respond to actual emerg
Basic objectives of a pre-shift veh safety inspection Prevent MVA d/t faulty equip, Maintain operational efficiency of veh, Provide sense of confidence in veh
Components of pre-shift veh inspection Mech check, Interior check, Exterior check, Required inventory
Proper veh operation techniques Seat adjustment, Mirror adjustment, Ft placement, Hand placement
Proper veh steering techniques Hand positioning, Shuffle steering, Evasive steering, Counter steering, Unavoidable collisions
Components of Defensive Driving Driver attitude, Driver skill, Veh capability, Driving conditions
Id factors contribute to MVAs Overconfidence, Self-righteousness, Impatience, Preoccupation, Peer pressure
Why is fatigue a physiological condition which poses a threat to safe driving Lowers visual efficiency, Causes longer perception time, Causes longer decision/reaction
Adv of using seat belts Reduc chance of injury/death, Better veh control, Compliance with applicable statutes and policy, Proper placement of lap belts and head rests
Conditions which influence overall stopping distance of vehs Driver, Veh, Rd, Weather, Speed
force that is intended or known by the actor to cause, or in the manner of its use or intended use is capable of causing, death or serious bodily injury. Deadly Force
amount of lawful physical coercion sufficient to achieve a legitimate law enforcement objective and is objectively reasonable under the facts, circumstances and alternatives confronting an officer at the time action are taken. Reasonable or Necessary Force
•Strength or energy brought to bear, cause of motion or change, active power; moral or mental strength; capacity to persuade or convince. Force
ID deciding factors for Use of Force when effecting an arrest Firm and prepared, Controlled force used w purpose, Only amt of force reasonably necessary, Consider factors when assess level of force reasonable
Force options available Profess presence, Verbal commun, Weaponless, Weapon, Deadly Force
What case discusses absent circum, such as exhibition of weapons or the commission of a violent felony suggesting that suspect is likely to pose threat of death/injury if not immediately apprehended TN v Garner
What amendment most closely relates to Use of Force? The 4th Amendment limits the level of force that may be used to that of reasonable force
Essential principles of Pt assessment Loc is safe for you and pt, Conduct Primary survey, ABC
Universal precautions in Emergency Medical Avoid, Gloves, Masks, Goggles, Washing, Changing clothes, Testing after exposure, Treat all prsn as if infected
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