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How many operational modes are there, and what are they?

4, Visible presence mode, Non aggressive contact mode, Assertive contact mode and Forcible contact mode.


Regardless of the operational mode, what are the baton non target areas unless deadly force is authorized?

Head, neck throat, sternum, groin and spine


There are two distinctive types of plans with respect to civil disorder or crowd control events, what are they?

Incident Action Plan (IAP) and Operational plan


Who may initiate a "tactical alert".

Any on duty supervisor or OIC.


When will the "incident command system" (ICS) be implemented at civil disturbances?

At all civil disturbances.


What is the smallest tactical unit and how many officers are in it?

A Team is the smallest and it contains 3 officers or 2 officers and a sergeant.


What is the next higest tactical unit above a team and how is it comprised?

Above a team is a Squad and it contains 3 teams. The squad is the basic element in a tactical unit.


What is the make up of a platoon?

A platoon is made up of 2, 3 or 4 squads.


What is the make up of a Company?

A company is comprised of 5 squads.


What is the make up of an arrest squad?

A squad leader (preferrably a Sgt.) and 8-10 officers.


When is the use of a wooden dowel authorized and who may use it?

Only during unlawful demonstrations of passive registers. It may only be used by persons that have been specifically trained in its use.


Area Commanders ______ ensure civil disturbance policy us reviewed _______.

Shall/Quarterly. (1-2)


An event involving a planned or spontaneous demonstration, which generally revolves around a cause or in protest to an event describes what?

Civil Disturbance. (3-C-1)


A violent incident, which is triggered by some other event. Includes riotous behavior, looting, assaults, etc., describes what?

Civil Disorder. (3-C-1)


How many squads makes up a platoon? Who is in control of the platoon?

3-4 squads. Lieutenant.


What is the helmet designation of a Captain, a Lieutenant, and a Sergeant?

Capt. 2 parallel verticle bars, Lt. 1 verticle bar, Sgt. 1 horizontal bar. (5-21)


Minors under the age of what are not normally arrested?

12 years old. (6-6)


Who is responsible for authorizing and are held responsible for deployment of chemical agents and or non-lethal weapons?

Incident commander or ranking on-scene manager/supervisor. (7-1)


What two forms of documentation may be used to report the use of chemical agents during a civil disturbance situation?

An After Action Report or a memoradum. (7-6)


A wooden dowel is a ____ _____ appearing tool.

Non-offensive. (6-E-4)


The dowel is intended to be used only where a ____ ______ would be appropriate.

Control hold. (6-E-2)


Who can authorize the use of a wooden dowel?

Only the CHP incident commander or designated manager/supervisor. (6-2)


Who may authorize the assignment of rifle and chemical agent officers during a civil disturbance incident?

Only the on-scene CHP incident commander. (5-19)


During a Civil Disturbance situation the commands are divided into how many parts?

Two, Command of preparation, and the Command of Execution. (5-6)


Who has the authority to order a tactical alert?

Only the on-duty supervisor or above, including OIC's. (3-H-1)


The notification to the designated Area to prepare and equip half of their on-duty personnel (all ranks) constitutes a _______ __________

Tactical Alert. (3-H-1)


The authority to disperse a crow from state property is derived from the ______ ______ ______ and the ______ ______ ______.

California Code of Regulations, California Government Code. (3-C-9)


The authority to disperse a crowd for locations where CHP has primary investigative authority (highway and roadways) is derived from the ______ ______ ______.

California Vehicle Code. (3-C-9)

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