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Use of force

Commanding Officer is vested by what authority for the arming of security personnel? SECNAVINST 5500.29C
In order for a security person to continue to carry a firearm, what requirements must be met? 1. Must qualify annually 2.Must receive training firearms safety course and Use of deadly force 3. an the OPNAV Form 5512/2 signed by proper authority.
The use of privately-owned weapons and ammunition is allowed when? NEVER
Define deadly force Deadly Force is force that a person uses causing, or that a person knows or should know would create a substantial risk of causing, death or serious bodily harm
What are the requirements for the use of deadly force? OPPORTUNITY,CAPABILITY,INTENT
How many deadly force circumstances are there? 7
Security personnel are aloud to fire warning shots? False
What are the 3 types of resistors? PASSIVE,DEFENSIVE,AGGRESSIVE
When is the use of force justified? Use of deadly force is justified only under conditions of extreme necessity as a last resort, when all lessor means have failed or cannot be reasonably employed, and only under one or more of the following circumstances are present.
What procedure is conducted when Issue firearms and ammunition,Inspect personnel for neatness/clean uniforms/proper equipment/duty fitness,Post personnel to watch stations for turnover. Guard Mount
What are the 4 safety rules 1.Treat every weapon as if it were loaded. 2.Never point a weapon at anything you do not intend to shoot. 3.Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until ready to fire. 4.Keep weapon on safe until you intend to fire. 4.
What are the 2 types of firearm discharges? Negligent, Justified
Terms related to "Use of force" and "Deadly force" are? Force, Deadly force, Serious bodily harm,Imminent
What is minimum force? A concept mandates that, based on the level of resistance against the security person must utilize a sufficient amout of force to protect him/her or others, but at the same time ensure minimum injury to suspect.
What is less than deadly force? is a force not intented to cause death or serious bodily harm. It may include physical apprehention, restraint techniques or a baton.
Name the 3 types of people you may encounter. Yes people, Maybe people, No people
What provides guidance on the use of deadly force? SECNAVINST 5210.56
If excessive force is used and not justified you are subject to punishment under the UCMJ
During periods of conflict or when assigned to a hostile area, theater commanders may replace the "Use of force" policy with what Rules of engagement
Created by: mdanielerivera