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The CEW deployment/use must be consistent with applicable federal and/or state laws and agency orders dealing with response to resistance
Agency members shall not use CEW's when such use would violate applicable federal and/or state laws or JSO policies and is not consistent with an officer's training
Officers may utilize a CEW in the following ways CEW Displayed - The CEW is withdrawn from the holster and visible to the suspect/inmate
The suspect/inmate complies without further use of the CEW
No RTR Report is required but should be articulated in the narrative and appropriately checked on COPS-MORE reports
CEW Laser painted (red dot compliance The CEW is armed, and the laser is activated and pointed in the direction of the suspect
In response to the laser painting the suspect complies without further use of the CEW
No RTR Report is required, but should be articulated in narrative and appropriately checked on COPS-MORE reports
CEW Deployed: - The CEW probes contact the suspect's/inmate's body or clothing and/or a touch stun is used to attempt to gain compliance and/or control of the suspect/inmate that is resisting
The two deployment modes are Probe Deployment or Probe Mode; or Touch Stun or Drive Stun Mode
The CEW, in probe deployment mode, provides a response to resistance option which aids officers in maintaining distance from perceived threats and provides a means for responding to resistance from individuals being taken into custody
The use of CEW's in either mode may also prevent officers and subject injuries caused by subject resistance or non-compliance
Using CEW may reduce the need for other types of physical force by the agency members which could foreseeably result in potentially more serious or deadly injuries to the subject, agency members, and/or others
Other factors to consider when deploying the CEW (Probe Deployment) include Potential for Injury
Subject Warning of CEW Application
Notification of CEW Imminent Use
CEW Target
CEW Distance
Other factors to consider when deploying the CEW (Probe Deployment) include Potential for Injury - CEW's are non-deadly capture devices. However, CEW s, just like any response to resistance tool or technique, can foreseeably create physical and/or muscle stress
Subject Warning of CEW Application - Where the totality of reasonably perceived (to the officers) circumstances permits officers to give a warning of the imminent application of CEW's in an attempt to cause the subject to comply with officers' lawful orders
Notification of CEW Imminent Use - Notifying Other On-Scene Officers The CEW deploying officers may reasonably notify any on-scene, assisting officers that they intend to deploy a CEW. Prior to deploying CEW's the deploying officers should consider announcing, if reasonably safe and feasible, "TASER! TASER! TASER!"
CEW Target - Because of the larger muscle groups, the preferred target zone is on the back beginning just below the neck and extending all the way down the legs When targeting the front, aim for the lower torso; this increases the dart to heart safety margin
CEW Distance - The CEW in probe deployment mode has a normal effective range of 19 feet with a 21 foot cartridge and 21 feet with a 25 foot cartridge, however optimal range is seven-ten feet from the tip of the CEW cartridge
The application of a CEW causes physical exertion, and each successive CEW applications/discharges will likely continue to cause physical exertion
If officers discharge a CEW several times, the officers need to be aware of , and monitor, the subject's condition for signs of severe physical distress
Created by: sgtnGee


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