Strategies of Defense-Mechanics of Arrest. TCLEOSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 08/02/04. 18. Strategies of Defense - Mechanics of Arrest (40 hrs.). Objectives. 18.1.2. Identify methods of weaponless defense. 126.96.36.199 Demonstrate techniques of weaponless defense.
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TCLEOSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Unit Goal: 18.1. The student will demonstrate and know when to use appropriate strategies of defense (Use of Force is a prerequisite for this section).
A baton is classified as a weapon capable of inflicting serious bodily injury or death;however, impact weapons may be used in lawful situations requiring a degree of force greater than the use of weaponless strategies but less than the use of deadly weapons/force. [(Penal Code, 46.01(1), 46.15.]
When an officer is a member of a tactical squad in a crowd or riot control formation, the baton may be used to move, separate, disperse or deny a person access to a structure or through an area.
When an officer is attacked by a suspect armed with a non-firearm type weapon, the officer may use the baton or disarm, distract, or disable the suspect, or to hold the suspect at bay until additional assistance arrives.
When the officer is confronted by several suspects who are threatening the officer, when the suspects are capable of carrying out the threats, and when they make an overt act to carry out the threats, the officer may use the baton to fend off an attack or assault and make an arrest.
When the officer is confronted by a suspect(s) who the officer has reasonable cause to believe committed a crime, and the suspect(s) refuses or fails to comply with the verbal commands prior to searching or handcuffing, the baton may be used to obtain compliance.
Provide each student with a set of handcuffs and the opportunity to apply handcuffs on other students. Stress safety throughout the lessons.
•officer to the rear and side of suspect with gun side away
•holding waistband or belt between cuffed hands vs. holding arm
officer to rear
•to rear of suspect
•one officer on either side
•one officer holding either arm
•right front seat, if no cage
•seat belt fastened
•officer place his/her gun on left side
•right rear seat, if no cage
•officer, left rear seat, if no cage
•seat belt fastened
•officers place their guns on left side
•rear right and center rear seat, if no cage
•officer left rear seat, if no cage
•officers should place weapons on left side, if no cage
Note: situation, as outlined below.Because of the danger involved for the officer, one officer should not attempt to transport more than oneprisoner at a time without access to special transporting equipment.
For officer safety situation, as outlined below., a peace officer should search the seating or carrying area of his/her vehicle for weapons orcontraband when going on duty and also after each prisoner transport is completed.
Pursuant to Sixth Circuit Rule 206 It is the greatest quality of the mind next to honor."ELECTRONIC CITATION: 2001 FED App. 0128P (6th Cir.)File Name: 01a0128p.06UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT It is the greatest quality of the mind next to honor."DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUTELIZABETH B. HORTON, :Plaintiff, :: CIVIL ACTION NO.v. : 3:98CV01834 (JCH):TOWN OF BROOKFIELD, et al., :Defendants. : MARCH 15, 2001