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  1. Rules for the Use of Forcein Military Law Enforcement and Security Duties

  2. INTRODUCTION • Scope of Duties • Law Enforcement on Military Installations & Over U.S. Military Personnel • Security on Military Installations & for Defense Personnel and Property • Mindset • Combat: Enemy Declared Hostile • Law Enforcement/Security: Limited Force

  3. LEGAL FRAMEWORK • National Law • Secretary of Defense Directive • Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction • Military Service Regulation or Instruction

  4. GENERAL GUIDANCE ON ARMING PERSONNEL • Regular Law Enforcement/Security Personnel Shall BeArmed • occasional personnel may bearmed • Limited Authority to Authorize Arming • Disqualifying Criteria

  5. GUIDANCE ON ARMING PERSONNEL • Required Annual Training & Testing • Required Safety Locking Device at Home • No Alcohol or Prescription Drug Use

  6. GUIDANCE ON USE OF FORCE • Carry Out Duties Without Force If Possible • Only Use Minimum Force Necessary • Consider Force Options • verbal persuasion • unarmed defense techniques • chemical aerosol irritant • military police club

  7. GUIDANCE ON USE OF FORCE • Consider Force Options (continued) • military working dog • presentation of deadly force capability • deadly force • Warning Shots Prohibited • When Possible Verbally Warn • Remove Gun From Holster Only If Use Is Reasonably Expected

  8. GUIDANCE ON USE OF DEADLY FORCE • Shoot to Stop • Shoot Only With Due Regard For Innocent Bystanders • Use Deadly Force Only When: • lesser means won’t work • risk to innocent not significantly increased • reasonably necessary to accomplish 1 of 7 purposes

  9. DEADLY FORCE ONLY TO: • Protect Against Imminent Threat of Death or Serious Bodily Harm • Prevent Serious Offense Involving Death or Serious Bodily Harm • Prevent Theft or Sabotage of Asset Vital to National Security • Prevent Theft or Sabotage of Property Creating Imminent Threat

  10. DEADLY FORCE ONLY TO: • Prevent Sabotage of National Critical Infrastructure • Arrest Person Who Committed Offense Involving Imminent Threat • Prevent Escape of Prisoner Who Has Committed Serious Offense Involving Imminent Threat