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Who has the sole authority to allow officers into the secure area of the airport terminal?

Transportation security administration

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What are the steps to take if an officer must enter-the passenger boarding area on official business at the airport? 4 steps

1) Proceed to the lane where arriving passengers exit the secure area
2)Upon contacting the TSO, identify hi mself as an SAPD officer
3) Present credentials
4) Sign in on the appropriate register

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Officers must notify the aircraft operator of the flight on which he needs to have a weapon assessable at least how much in advance before departure?

One hour

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If an officer needs to travel with his weapon accessible on a commercial air plane and the dates of travel change, a new NLETS identifier will need to be issued. How long of a delay before a new NLETS identifier would need to be requested?

You need a new NLETs identifier if it exceeds 24 hours

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Officers who desire to transport a weapon on a commercial aircraft in their luggage must ensure that the small arms and ammunition does not exceed how many pounds?

11 pounds

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Officers who are assigned to transport a prisoner on a commercial air craft must advise the airline if the prisoner is a high risk or low risk prisoner. Describe what high-risk prisoner means.

High risk prisoner is an exceptional escape risk and charged with or convicted of a violent crime

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Officers who are assigned to transport a prisoner on a commercial air craft must advise the airline if the prisoner is a high risk or low risk prisoner. Describe what low-risk prisoner means.

A low-risk prisoner means they have not been designated as a high-risk prisoner

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Unless authorized by TSA, how many high risk prisoners may be transported on an aircraft

No more than one

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What does an SAPD officer need to be allowed to carry his weapon while on a commercial aircraft?

A letter of authority signed by the chief of police

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.03 CARRYING WEAPONS AS A PASSENGER ON A COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
A. SAPD officers are not allowed to carry any weapon on or about their person while on a commercial aircraft without a letter of authority signed by the Chief of Police. This is applicable regardless of the duty status or dress of the officer. The letter of authority must be presented to the _____with which the officer is traveling. This is a TSA regulatory requirement for the airlines.

air carrier

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.03 CARRYING WEAPONS AS A PASSENGER ON A COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
B. SAPD officers flying armed shall adhere to the following:
1. Must have successfully completed the structured training program “_______”

Law Enforcement Officers Flying Armed;

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.03 CARRYING WEAPONS AS A PASSENGER ON A COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
B. SAPD officers flying armed shall adhere to the following:
9. Present their SAPD credentials, a second form of Government-issued photo identification, the _____code, boarding pass, airline law enforcement officer documentation to the TSO;

NLETS alphanumeric

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.03 CARRYING WEAPONS AS A PASSENGER ON A COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
B. SAPD officers flying armed shall adhere to the following:
13. Officers are reminded that Federal Law prohibits law enforcement officers flying armed from consuming any
alcohol while on board the aircraft and ______prior to departure.

eight (8) hours

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.05 CARRYING WEAPONS AS A PASSENGER ESCORTING A PRISONER ON A COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
A. SAPD officers who are assigned to transport a prisoner on a commercial aircraft, when making the travel
arrangements will:
3. Notify the airlines at least_____in advance of the scheduled departure time that an armed
SAPD officer will be transporting a prisoner.

twenty-four (24) hours

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.05 CARRYING WEAPONS AS A PASSENGER ESCORTING A PRISONER ON A COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
A. SAPD officers who are assigned to transport a prisoner on a commercial aircraft, when making the travel arrangements will:
4. Obtain a letter of authority signed by the Chief of Police confirming the need to travel armed. The letter must:
a. Be addressed to the _____;
b. Name the _____ and ______;
c. State the city of ____ and ______.

a. Be addressed to the airline;
b. Name the SAPD officer and the identity of the prisoner;
c. State the city of departure and destination.