130 Multiple choice questions
- scarf hold
- artificial contraction of the muscles which may cause extreme muscular tension and complete structural dysfunction.
- full mount
- nasal cavity can swell, causing significant discharge of mucus and sneezing.
- the person should never wipe or rub his eyes with his fingers.
- the subject is going to shoot him or her.
- rear mount
- front kick
- deadly force if applied to a specific target area of the body that is likely to result in great bodily harm or death.
- overhead stab or a forehand slash
- offensive ready stance with an impact weapon
- front fall
- gagging and even vomitting.
- interview stance with an impact weapon
- rear chokehold
- palm heel
- there are no other options available.
- shoulder roll
- holstered handgun
- center of the abdomen
- standing position
- hip escapes
- intermediate weapon
- effective target areas for a deadly force thumb strike.
- side fall
- lying on the back face up
- vascular neck restraint
- rear fall
- angle kick
- within arm's reach.
- scarf hold
- back kick
- leave that person unattended while the effects of the contaminant are evident.
- react to your threat.
- straddle stall
- impact weapon
side of neck
- death or great bodily harm, they are not fundamentally designed to do so.
- inside of thigh
top of calf
inside of forearm
top of forearm
outside of thigh
front of shoulder
- angle or circle away from the attacker.
- cayenne pepper
- capability of causing great bodily harm or even death.
- head butt
- weapons of opportunity
- loss of coordination.
loss of balance.
- head-to-head prone
- death or great bodily harm.
- the subject has recovered.
- involuntarily close
- arm bar
- leg sweep
- decontaminant solutions, such as baby shampoo, may decrease contamination effects.
side of jaw
bridge of nose
back of the head
- overhead stab or a backhand slash
- Simultaneously bring both hands up in front of your face to protect vital areas.
Move away from the subject at an angle or circle.
As the subject attacks, pivot backward to evade forward movements.
Push or slap at the subject's upper arm or shoulder to create distance.
Use loud, clear verbal commands throughout the application of the technique.
- forehand slash
- breathing to draw his attention from the burning sensation the contaminant causes.
- knee strike
- drawn baton
- help stop or disable your attacker if you cannot access a weapon.
- rear body hold over/under arms
- electronic sleeve
handheld stun gun
dart-firing stun gun (TASER)
- coughing and gasping.
- speed, intensity, and follow-through are paramount.
- cause the contaminant to adhere to the skin and prolong decontamination time
- front chokehold
- front football tackle
- potential weapon in a time of need.
- strike or rake the attacker's eyes.
- straight/underhand thrust
- seated stall
- baton remains a standard tool for some criminal justice agencies.
- palm heel
- three-point pin
- the mindset and commitment to disarm the subject regardless of personal injury or initial failure
the proximity of the officer to the subject
the officer's belief that the subject is going to shoot him or her
the presence of other potential victims in the immediate area
the consideration of other reasonable options
- shin scrape
- Intermediate weapons
- remove contaminants from his skin which will reduce the chemical agent's effects.
- side kick
- hip roll
- side control
- ground defense position
- foot stomp
- muzzle pointed in a different direction than toward you.
- hammer fist
- telegraph to the subject that you plan to counterattack.