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Mechanics of Arrest - ***NOT OFFICIAL TCLEOSE STUDY GUIDE***

Pressure Point #1 (Behind the ear) Mandibular Angle
Pressure Point #2 (V-notch under chin) Hypoglossal Nerve
Pressure Point #3 (Under the Nose) Infraorbital Nerve
Pressure Point #4 (Side of the Neck) Brachial Plexus Origin
Pressure Point #5 [REAR] (shoulder area) Suprascapular Nerve
Pressure Point #6 (throat area) Jugular Notch
Pressure Point #7 (collar bone area) Brachial Plexus-clavicular notch
Pressure Point #8 (Shoulder-armpit area) Brachial Plexus Origin (Tie-In)
Pressure Point #9 (outer arm near elbow) Radial Nerve
Pressure Point #10 (Forearm below the elbow) Median Nerve
Pressure Point #11 (Inner Thigh) Femoral Nerve
Pressure Point #12 (outer thigh) Common Peroneal nerve
Pressure Point #13 (rear back calf area) Tibial Nerve
Pressure Point #14 (front ankle area) Supraficial common peroneal nerve
Three Most common types of Subjects an officer will deal with concerning PPCT defensive tactics? 1. Totally Cooperative 2. Potentially Uncooperative 3. Totally Uncooperative
(PPCT tactics) What are the most common typs of Resistance? (4-part) 1. Resistance while applying Handcuffs 2. Passive Actions 3. Resistance from Escort Position 4. Active Aggression
What are the levels (locations) of positioning? (5-parts)? 1. Inside (front) Position 2. Interview or Level-1 Position 3. Level-2 Position 4. Level 2.5/Escort Position 5. Level 3/Rear Position
According to PPCT tactics what are the Force Continuum Variables (3-parts)? 1. Officer/Subject - size/Gender 2. Environmental Conditions/Totality of Circumstances. 3. Reaction Time
A Reactionary Gap (6ft) (2parts) is ____ and varies based on ____? 1. Controlled by the Officer. 2. Varies based on presence of weapons
Reaction time from time of touch is (range)? 0.5sec - 3.0sec
What are the stages of reaction time (4-parts)? 1. Perception 2. Analyze/Evaluate 3. Formulate Strategies 4. initiate Motor Action(s)
What are the levels of control (5-parts)? 1. Officer Presence 2. Verbal Direction 3. Empty Hand Controls 4. Intermediate weapons 5. Lethal/Deadly Force
What are the levels of Resistance (6-parts)? 1. Psychological Intimidation 2. Verbal Non-compliance 3. Passive Resistance 4. Defensive Resistance 5. Active Aggression 6. Aggravated Active Aggression
what are the Reactionary options to resistance (2-parts)? 1. Penetrate Gap to attempt to gain control 2. Disengage to increase space as needed
TRUE OR FALSE: Choke Holds [Neck Restraints] would be classified just below Lethal/Deadly Force and should only be used as a last resort in an emergency. TRUE!!!
Created by: wagner.jeff.m