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  1. What must patrolmen do immediately upon contact with subjects of a violent domestic dispute? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 11.18.8., JQS #28)
    Separate them
  2. What are the two indicators of child abuse and neglect? (Ref. AFMAN 31-201 V4, para. 4.4.2., CFETP 6.2.1.)
    Physical and Behavioral
  3. Crew orders containing a minimum of what can be used as EALs for transit aircraft? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-101, para. 16.8., JQS #20)
    • Name
    • Rank
    • Last
    • six numbers of the SSN
    • Organization
    • Clearance status
    • Inclusive dates of travel
  4. What are the punitive Articles of the UCMJ? (Ref. Manual for Courts-Martial, Part IV, JQS #55)
    Article 77 through Article 134
  5. What are search authorizations based upon? (Ref. AFMAN 31-201 V2, para. 1.2., CTEFP 2.4.)
    Probable cause
  6. What are the physical security deficiencies and compensatory measures for Creech (C) AFB? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-101, para. 17 - 18.4., JQS #22 Critical)
    • No physical barriers blocking off the restricted areas (C)
    • Numerous high speed avenues of approach to resources (C)
    • The flight line is flat, surrounded by buildings on the west, and upward sloping terrain on the east providing areas for undetected observation (C)
    • The close proximity of the perimeter fence on the north, south, west side (C) could allow immediate access to resources, with minimal reaction time from on duty forces (Creech is west specific)
    • Numerous military personnel from Allied Nations require unescorted entry into CAFB flight line.  These personnel do not possess Air Force Restricted Area Badges (AF Form 1199 series)
  7. Who are you required to give a DD Form 2701, Initial Information for Victims and Witnesses of a Crime to? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 4.7., JQS #49)
    All victims and witnesses regardless of the magnitude of the crime
  8. What phrase will not be used while communicating with Creech Tower? (Ref NAFBI 13-213, para. 2.8.3., JQS #10)
    clear
  9. I What is the speed limit on Flightline road? (Ref. NAFBI 13-213, Table 3.1., JQS #10)
    15 mph
  10. f a driver cannot produce proof of insurance and states their vehicle is not insured, what step will be taken? (Ref. AFI 31-204 Nellis AFB Supplement 1, para. 6.3.4., JQS #42)
    The vehicle will be removed from the installation by a civilian towing service
  11. What are the current duress words and sign/countersign? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-101, para. 9. and 10., JQS #14 & #15)
    Duress words  Primary:       Alternate:          Exercise:                  Sign/Countersign  Restricted Area: Primary:                    Alternate:                  Exclusion Area:  Primary:                    Alternate:
  12. If a driver cannot produce proof of insurance and states their vehicle is not insured, what step will be taken? (Ref. AFI 31-204 Nellis AFB Supplement 1, para. 6.3.4., JQS #42)
    The vehicle will be removed from the installation by a civilian towing service
  13. Define the following Force Protection Conditions: (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-101, para. 8.3. - 8.7., JQS #13)
    • FPCON NORMAL - Applies when a general threat of possible terrorist activity exists, but warrants only a routine security posture
    • FPCON ALPHA - Applies when there is an increased general threat of possible terrorist activity against personnel or facilities, the nature, and extent of which are unpredictable.
    •  FPCON BRAVO - Applies when an increased and more predictable threat of terrorist activity exists.
    •  FPCON CHARLIE - Applies when an incident occurs or intelligence is received indicating some form of terrorist action or targeting against personnel or facilities is likely. FPCON DELTA - Applies to the immediate area where a terrorist attack has occurred or when intelligence has been received that terrorist action against a specific location or person is imminent.  Normally this FPCON is declared as a local warning
  14. What will flight line patrols do upon assuming post?  (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-101, para. 3.18., JQS #3)
    • Conduct a visual check of all physical security aids within assigned area,
    • Conduct a visual check of all Entry Control Points (ECP) within assigned area,
    • Conduct a visual check of all restricted area boundaries and restricted area signs within assigned area
  15. What are the four reasons patrols can be authorized to engage in Pursuit Driving? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 10., JQS #27)
    • A life-threatening event
    • When a violent crime is in progress
    • In response to an actual threat to PL 1, 2, 3, or 4 resources
    • When you have reasonable grounds to believe the vehicle occupants have material in their possession that is extremely dangerous to others, such as Nuclear, Biological or Chemical (NBC) munitions or components
  16. Who are you required to give a DD Form 2701, Initial Information for Victims and Witnesses of a Crime to? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 4.7., JQS #49)
    All victims and witnesses regardless of the magnitude of the crime
  17. When is sign/countersign used? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-101, para. 9., JQS #14)
    To facilitate and expedite entry into restricted areas during emergencies
  18. What happens to a military dependent ID card after being processed for larceny? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 13.5.7.2.3., JQS #30)
    Confiscate the ID card
  19. What are the types of child abuse/neglect? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 11.13., JQS #28)
    Physical or mental injury of a non-accidental natureSexual abuse/exploitationNegligent treatment/maltreatment
  20. What do patrols check for during building checks? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 11.10.1., JQS #28)
    Signs of forced entry into doors or windows
  21. Which Article of the UCMJ would a member apprehended for assault, be charged with? (Ref. Manual for Courts-Martial, Part IV, JQS #55
    Article 128
  22. What are the only reasons for issue of a DD Form 1805 at Creech AFB? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 20.1.1. – 20.1.5., JQS #35)
    Emblems, Insignia, and Names – Official Badges, Identification Cards, other Insignia. This includes the unauthorized manufacture, sale or possession of an identification card. Embezzlement and Theft - Public Money, Property or Records. This includes Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), Morale Welfare and Recreation, and Non-Appropriated Funds property, and applies to shoplifting or larceny of merchandise. Escape and Rescue – Instigating or Assisting Escape. Instigating or assisting in the escape of a U.S. prisoner. Malicious Mischief – Government Property or Contracts. This includes willful injury or depredation against any property of the United States. Military and Navy – Entering Military, Naval, or Coast Guard Property. Includes reentering the installation after having been removed from or ordered not to reenter.
  23. An Airman working in the Air Traffic Control tower shows up to work intoxicated.  The Superintendent notifies BDOC who in-turn dispatches a patrol to apprehend the Airman.  Which Article of the UCMJ would the Airman likely be charged with? (Ref. Manual for Courts-Martial, Part IV, JQS #55)
    Article 112
  24. Permanent removal of an individual’s right to enter a military installation for a period of time is known as what? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 11.7. JQS #28)
    Barment
  25. Crew orders containing a minimum of what can be used as EALs for transit aircraft? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-101, para. 16.8., JQS #20)
    • Name
    • Rank
    • Last six numbers of the SSN
    • Organization
    • Clearance status
    • Inclusive dates of travel
  26. What must you do if, after rights advisement, the suspect still does not understand his or her rights? (Ref. AFI 31-206, para. 2.13.3., CFETP 2.3.3.)
    Reread the rights and attempt to explain what they mean. If that does not resolve the problem, seek advice from the SJA office.
  27. What emergency equipment is utilized when responding Code 2? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201 Table 9.1, JQS #26)
    Lights only
  28. COMP MEASURES (JQS #37 Critical)
    • Aggressive patrolling by patrols around the perimeter and built up areas
    • Increased vigilance by all SF and personnel working in area
    • Allied foreign nationals will provide an EAL for approval.
  29. What constitutes a major accident? (Ref. 99 SFS OI  31-201, para. 18., JQS #33)
    An accident that causes injury (of any severity), death, vehicle immobilization, or the vehicle is unsafe to operate
  30. The 15 minute observation period required prior to chemical breath testing, must start over if the subject does what? (Ref. 99 SFS OI 31-201, para. 11.19.6.2.4., JQS #28)
    • Hiccups
    • Belches
    • Vomits

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