Flashcards in Detainee Operations Deck (39):
What are the four search team members?
What are the search teams supervisors responcibilies?
-Selects location for search
-Positions team members
-Ensuring search proceeds safely and effectively
Where does the guard position themselves?
Opposite side of the detainee from the searcher
What must the guard always maintain?
Clear line of site of the detainee.
What is the guards function?
Provides security for the searcher.
How does the interpreter speed the search process?
Allows for direct communication without having to demonstrate all your commands
What must the searcher remove before proceeding with a search?
Their own equipment so it cannot be used against them.
Who directs the interpreter and guard while a search is underway?
The searcher is the lead and directs.
Who prepares the accountability forms to tag the detainee and document all confiscated items?
What is the first step In a search?
Position detainee so you can visually search them.
What is the first step in positioning the detainee?
Direct detainee to stand and face you, arms above their head, elbows locked, fingers spread,, palms facing you.
What is the second step in positioning the detainee?
Direct the detainee to turn facing away from you and drop to their knees.
What is the third step in positioning the detainee?
Direct them to lie on their stomach, arms str eight outward from their sides, palms up and forehead on the ground.
What is the forth step in positioning the detainee?
Direct them to spread their legs, turn their feet outward and heels touching the ground.
What is the first step in restraining the detainee?
Approach the detainee from the opposite side of the guard.
What is the second step of restraining the detainee?
Squat and put the knee nearest the detainee on the detainees lower back.
What is the third step in restraining the detainee?
Direct the detainee to put the arm that is nearest you behind their back, Palm up.
What is the fourth step in restraining the detainee?
Maintain positive control of that arm.
What is the fifth and final step in restraining the detainee?
Grasp the other hand, pull it across the top of the hand under control, apply disposable restraints an tighten them.
What do you do if you
Find a weapon?
Loudly announce type of weapon found. Remain in firm contact with detainee as you remove the weapon.
Stand up with the weapon, placing it safely away from the detainee, making sure not to go between the detainee and the guard.
How do you go about searching the detainee?
Search from fingertips to shoulders.
Grasp loose clothing and squeeze.
Check hair, headgear, and small of the back.
Search the back from shoulder to waist on the nearest side of the searcher.
Search detainee from waist to knee, including crotch.
Direct detainee to raise their leg by bending their knee.
Grasp the detainees foot and seer h from his knee to foot.
What part if DD Form 2745 do you
Attach to the detainee?
What part of DD Form 2745 must you
Retain for unit records?
What part of DD Form 2745 do you attach to detainees weapons?
What forms must be filled out before turning over detainee to gaining authority?
DD form 2745
And DD Form 4137
What is the first step
In preparing to guard detainees?
Ensure your weapon is functional
And ready in accordance with sanding operating procedures.
What are the second step I guarding detainees?
-Be close enough to maintain positive control, but far enough to allow defensive reaction.
-Face detainees, observe everything in their line of sight and report all incidents.
-Understand mutually supporting sectors of fire,communications and battle drills.
-Observe and report detainees behavior.
What is the third step in guarding detainees?
Silence. If detainee continues to communicate with each other apply muffle.
Why is the fourth step in guarding detainees?
Segregate them from each other.
What is the fifth step in guarding detainees?
Way is the sixth step In guarding detainees ?
Respond to escape attempts
What is the first step in supervising detainee operations?
Disarm and secure detainees.
What is the second step in supervising detainee operations?
Organize/prepare for field processing
What is the third step in supervising detainee operations?
Direct search teams to process detainees.
What is the fourth step in supervising detainee operations?
Segregate detainees based on mission needs.
What is the fifth step in supervising detainee operations?
Ensure soldiers maintain silence among the detainees.
What is the sixth step in supervising detainee operations?
Ensure soldiers safeguard detainees.
What is the seventh step in supervising detainee operations?
Update your higher headquarters.