Card Set Information
RESPONSE TO RESISTANCE- REPORTING, EVALUATION AND INVESTIGATION
Class 1 - Intentional use of deadly force
Intentionally discharging a firearm, regardless of intent
Intentional use of baton, motor vehicle, fists or other weapon, which results in great bodily harm
Class 2 - Intentional use of non-deadly force
Who takes charge of the scene on a Class 1 use of force
Who notifies command staff on a Class 1 use of force?
The Shift/Duty Lieutenant
The supervisor’s responsibilities on a Class 1 use of force
ensure necessary medical aide is provided
assign a member to maintain crime scene log
detail use of force in report in forward to IA
attempt to detain any possible witnesses
Who shall be in overall command of the investigation.
The Homicide Squad Supervisor
Who shall a police officer surrender their weapon to in a deadly use of force
Crime Scene Unit
Homicide Squad Detective
When will an officer involved in a deadly use of force be questioned?
After "Miranda Warning" has been given and waived
Who will remove police officers from a deadly force scene
Homicide Squad Supervisor
TRUE OR FALSE
Is it necessary for a sergeant to respond to ALL class 2 use of force?
Only if the supervisor determines further investigation is necessary
The supervisor shall respond to the scene under the following situations:
If requested by the arresting Officer
Injury requiring medical clearance
Complaint of Injury, whether visible or non-visible
Jail Refusal of admittance due to injury
BSO Medical advises FLPD of prisoner’s complaint of injury
In lieu of medical clearance, can a NTA be issued?
Not unless a supervisor responds and approves the issuance of the NTA and initials top corner
How often will the internal affairs unit submit a response to resistance review