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1
Q

Inverted U-law consists of what two things?

A

Heart rate and performance

2
Q

T/F - During tunnel vision You loose at least 70% of vision in peripheral view

A

True

3
Q

What is the optimal heat rate performance?

A

115/45

4
Q

T/F - “Get out of the vehicle” is known as a Verbal Direction by Officer!

A

True

5
Q

What are the three components that underline PPCT?

A

Tactical, legal, medical

6
Q

T/F - The ATP-PC lasts only about 6-10 seconds?

A

True

7
Q

What is the most effective baton strike?

A

Forward fluid shock wave strike (palm up)

8
Q

What is the weakest baton strike?

A

Backhand strike

9
Q

T/F - Someone pulling away trying to escape from an escort is a defensive resistance?

A

True

10
Q

Someone going dead weight when being escorted is an example of what type of resistance?

A

Passive Resistance

11
Q

What an example of physiological intimidation?

A

Fight stance with an angry glare at Officer Larry

12
Q

T/F - Shoulder pin lock is a respiratory resistance

A

True

13
Q

Example of active aggression !

A

Throws a punch at Officer Larry during a field interview

14
Q

What are the three tactical considerations for handcuffing?

A

Approach to contact, control upon touch, SPEED OF APPLICATION

15
Q

Subject is prone stomach down, the hand the officer has should be _____ so they cannot roll over?

A

Below the knee

16
Q

While transporting suspect resists by bringing their arm to their chest: what technique should be used?

A

Side curl transport wrist lock (pressure applied to index finger)

17
Q

What’s an example of soft empty hand?

A

Joint lock

18
Q

Officer presence can be shown how?

A

Wearing a uniform or marked vehicle. Looking professional and being professional

19
Q

What are immediate weapons?

A

Baton, taser, pepper spray. Anything you are not born with

20
Q

What’s is hard empty handed?

A

Any Striking to someone

21
Q

A minimum safe zone an officer should maintain is called?

A

Reactionary gap (6ft depending on training)

22
Q

Answers to questions 52/53/54

A

Distracting release fails

Distractionary window

Disarm and stun

23
Q

What’s the justification for using an intermediate weapon?

A

Soft and hard hand will not work and not justified to kill them yet. = baton, taser, pepper spray

24
Q

What are the two motor parts of the arm?

A

Radial and medial

25
Q

T/F - We always search before handcuffing

A

False

26
Q

From transport: The subject resists and locks arm out.
What technique should be used to take down?

A

Straight arm bar take down

27
Q

From transport: The subject resists and brings arm to chest.

What technique should be used to take down?

A

Side curl to transport wrist lock

28
Q

What principle of compliance comes from the info orbital pressure point?

A

Pain compliance control principle

29
Q

Knee striking is what type of principle?

A

Motor disfunction

30
Q

T/F - Mandibular angle shall be pushed towards the nose?

A

True

31
Q

Is a suspect is close and becomes a threat what type of strike shall be shown?

A

Straight palm or punch to the sternum

32
Q

Creating pressure to the neck is what type of restraint?

A

Muscular restraint

33
Q

Knock brace principle: what level gains “conscious compliance”?

A

Level 2

34
Q

What’s the strongest baton strike you can use?

A

Forward fluid strike (palm up)

35
Q

What’s the weakest baton strike?

A

Backhand strike (palm down)

36
Q

What’s the Disarm procedure

A

Parry the weapon and move the target -> secure weapon -> disarm and stun -> distract is disarm fails -> try again

37
Q

What are the four things that help an officer during a fight for life

A

Prepare mentally, relative distance, distractionary window, absolute commitment in disarm, follow up control