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Department issued rifles and shotguns are assigned to-----

The duty station the officer works

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Whenever an officer who was issued a rifle or shotgun is promoted or transfers from their duty station where will their city rifle or shotgun go for inventory check and inspection?

Department armory

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Fire arms are not loaded or unloaded in any police facility except for maintenance, repair, cleaning, inspection, or processing as evidence by the crime scene unit investigators, or under the supervision of?

Training academy range staff

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Access into the armory and supply office is restricted to Armory personnel and?

Training academy commander or designees

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Access into all areas of the ready room is restricted to personnel assigned to the armory and supply – office and?

Unit/shift directors and/or their designees

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While in a police vehicle, a shoulder weapon is carried in what mode?

Vehicle transport mode

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While in a police vehicle, how should a shotgun be transported?

With chamber empty, action closed, safety on; magazine tube loaded and stored in approved shoulder weapon case inside the trunk of the police vehicle.

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How many fully loaded magazines will be carried in a magazine pouch on the equipment belt of uniformed officers for the department issued primary handgun?

Two fully loaded magazine

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What rank will carry an improved holster either the city issued Smith and Wesson or an optional primary handgun while wearing a garrison belt?

Captain or above

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On duty officers wearing casual dress apparel may carry their primary weapon either on their person or?

In a container such as a purse, briefcase, Fannypack, carrying bag etc.

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On duty officers wearing business/relaxed apparel shall carry the department issued handgun and a sufficient amount of reserved ammunition to allow for?

Complete reloading of their primary handgun

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On duty officers working undercover assignments carrying an approved handgun other than the department issued one shall have prior written authorization through their chain of command from?

Office of the chief or his designee

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On duty officers working undercover assignment: shoulder weapons whether issued or personally owned, will only be carried by an officer who has received written approval from his chain of command, including his-------and the------?

Division commander and the FPCO

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Who may authorized officers working undercover assignment not to carry a firearm for a specific assignment which may place the officer in greater danger than being armed?

The unit/shift director or his designee (supervisory officer)

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Officers who choose to carry personally owned handguns shall submit the handgun for approval. If the FPCO does not approve it, where may a written appeal be submitted requesting a review of the denial?

Training academy commander

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What four models of handguns will be considered as options for approval for on duty officers to carry as a primary weapon?

Glock model 23/27,
S & WM & P 40 C, or
S&WM& P 40 shield

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Optional handguns as primary weapon: must have a factory unaltered trigger press weight of not less than----lbs?

5 pounds

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Optional handgun as primary weapon: both the slider and receiver must be what color?

Black

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Handguns for concealed/secondary or undercover Carry: for handguns to be considered it must be A double action revolver with a caliber designation not less than------- nor more than ------that holds at least --------rounds of ammunition

Not less than .38 caliber nor more than .45 caliber
five rounds

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For a shoulder weapon to be considered for approval it must have a what kind of sling?

1,2 or 3 point sling

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Shoulder weapons considered for approval: an AR – 15 style rifle in .223 caliber only with the barrel length of?

16 to 20 inches

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Shoulder weapons to be considered for approval: An A R – 15 style rifle must have a factory unaltered trigger press weight of not less than-----pounds?

Four

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Non-department issued ammunition must be inspected, approved, and registered by----- prior to an officer attempting to shoot any qualification courses or carry it on duty?

FPCO

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Hand gun mounted weapon lights: in order for it to be considered for approval it must provide LED illumination of at least -----lumens

120

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What must an officer do prior to carrying a handgun mounted weapon light?

Successfully complete an approved handgun mounted weaponlight course administered by the FPCO or his designee

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What is the model number of the Safariland holster that uniformed officers shall use to carry the S&W M&P 40?

6360 ALS duty holster

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Officers must have their handguns, shoulder weapons and intermediate weapons registered with-----

Firearms proficiency control officer
(FPCO)

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Can the hand gun mounted weapon light holster be used without the weapon light on the weapon?

No, the manufacturer will not guarantee the retention level if used with the weaponlight not mounted on the weapon

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Will the department provide officers with replacement handguns or shoulder weapons when personally – owned handguns or shoulder weapons are taking into custody for evidence or when repairs or modifications are conducted?

No

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Will officers who sustained loss, theft, or damage to their personally owned handguns, shoulder and weapons, holsters or shoulder weapon cases receive reimbursement for the cost of replacement or repair?

Yes in accordance with the current collective-bargaining agreement

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Who will request officers for the shoulder weapon program based on availability within a specific district or section?

A patrol division commander

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Who will authorize the carrying of shoulder weapons and ensure preparation, handling, and deployment guidelines are included into their SOP manual?

Division commanders

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Should revolvers be carried in the cocked position?

No

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When deploying less lethal munitions, The preferred targets are? ( name5)

Arms
Shoulders
Thighs
Knees
Shins

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To qualify with handguns, officers must score a minimum of ----% on the department established course of fire as administered and scored by the FPCO or his designee

70%

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How many attempts on a given day can an officer have to qualify with the department issued handgun during his scheduled in-service or other time as scheduled by FPCO?

Two attempts

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Who will the FPCO immediately notify when an officer fails to qualify after two attempts with his department issued handgun?

Training academy commander

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In the event of an officer fails to qualify with a department issued handgun after the fourth attempt, the training academy commander contacts who to place the officer on special assignment to the training academy?

Office of the chief

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When an officer fails to qualify with the department issued handgun after the fourth attempt, how many hours of firearm remediation will he need to complete at the training academy?

16 hour course

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Upon completion of the fire arms remediation course, how many more attempts does the officer have to qualify for his minimum 70% score?

Two final attempts

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Where will the training academy commander post the dates and times for shoulder weapon training courses?

On the SAPD Internet
( SAM resources, training academy on-line registration )

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Who will schedule their officers for shoulder weapon training and provide the FPCO with the form "request to carry firearms"?

Division commanders

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Who will be notified by the FPCO when an officer fails to qualify for his shoulder weapon after two attempts?

Officers division commander

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With approval from who, the FPCO may reschedule a final qualification attempt for officers who have failed shoulder weapons qualification?

Officer's division commander

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Who will maintain and file original forms, "request to carry firearm" and register the information on the firearms computer program?

FPCO
Firearms proficiency control officer

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Who will conduct repairs, modifications, or change parts to department issued firearms?
Name three

Department armorer
Academy assigned FPCO
Certified range staff

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Who ensures training and qualification courses are established and documented for authorized weapons?

Training academy commander

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Who is in charge of all the departmental weapon ranges during fire arm exercises?

Fire arms proficiency control officer

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Who notifies the training academy commander in writing when it officer fails to qualify with their department issued handgun?

Fire arms proficiency control officer

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Who replaces the OC spray/gel canisters or ECD or related equipment and forwards a copy of the appropriate form to the internal affairs unit?

Armorer

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Who maintains an inventory list of all shoulder weapons assigned to their personnel and unit?

Section commanders/unit directors

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Who verifies information on any approved firearms checked in or out of the ready room by officers is properly entered into the weapons log book?

Supervisory officer

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Who shall report the loss or theft of the department issued or personally owned approved handgun immediately to the FPCO, department armorer, and a supervisory officer?

All officers

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Who ensures through periodic inspections that officers carry only approved fire arms, holsters, ammunition and intermediate weapons and that all equipment is in proper working order?

Supervisory officers

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Any officer discharging an intermediate weapon accidentally or intentionally shall immediately notify -------and report the incident in writing through his chain of command to his division commander?

On duty supervisor

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Any officer discharging an intermediate weapon accidentally or intentionally shall immediately notify on-duty supervisor and report the incident in writing through his chain of command to his --------?

Division commander

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.04 ARMORY AND SUPPLY OFFICE/READY ROOM
A. The Armory and Supply Office is located at the Training Academy and is supervised by the _____

Firearms Proficiency Control Officer (FPCO).

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.08 SPECIFICATIONS FOR APPROVED FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, AND HOLSTERS
A. The _____shall determine the types of firearms, ammunition, holsters, and shoulder weapon cases officers are approved to carry both on and off-duty, subject to the approval of the Chief of Police.

Training Academy Commander or his designee

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11 PREPARATION, HANDLING, AND DEPLOYMEMT OF HANDGUNS AND SHOULDER WEAPONS
A. Preparation, handling, and deployment instructions for all authorized weapons shall be incorporated into the firearms training courses established by the Training Academy Commander and/or the _____

Special Operations Unit staff.

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.13 FIREARMS QUALIFICATION AND REGISTRATION OF FIREARMS
C. Failure to Qualify with a Department Issued Handgun:
9. Officers who fail to qualify on their final attempts are retained on ______, with a recommendation for termination sent to the Chief of Police.

special assignment

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.13 FIREARMS QUALIFICATION AND REGISTRATION OF FIREARMS
D. Failure to Qualify with Personally-Owned Handguns
1. Officers who fail to qualify after the second attempt on a given day will not be approved to carry the handgun.
2. Additional attempts to qualify may be scheduled with the officer by the _____.

FPCO or his designee

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.13 FIREARMS QUALIFICATION AND REGISTRATION OF FIREARMS
E. SHOULDER WEAPONS: Qualifications to carry a Shoulder Weapon
6. Shoulder weapon qualification criteria for officers assigned to the SWAT Detail shall be determined by the ______ with approval from the FPCO and the ______.

Certified Firearms Instructor assigned to the Special Operations Unit,

Commander of the Tactical Support Division

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.14 MAINTENANCE, REPAIRS, AND MODIFICATIONS OF FIREARMS
D. In the event a personally-owned firearm becomes damaged or inoperative, the officer may opt to have a non-department armorer repair the firearm at his own expense. This repair must be reported to the ____ in writing. The _____ or his designee will inspect the firearm after the repair and prior to the officer carrying the firearm.

FPCO
FPCO