UT: Screwdriver v Gun, Homework Assignment

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Re: UT: Screwdriver v Gun, Homework Assignment

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Post by Paladin » Fri Aug 10, 2018 8:39 pm

Levels of Subject Behavior/Resistance:
a. Compliant
- A subject who is compliant/cooperative with an Authorized Officer’s/Agent’s control efforts.
b. Passive Resistance -
A subject who is not believed to represent an immediate threat or flight risk, and who is not offering physical resistance to an Authorized Officer’s/Agent’s control efforts, but is not cooperative.
c. Active Resistance -
A subject who offers physical or mechanical resistance to an Authorized Officer’s/Agent’s control efforts.
(1) Mechanical Resistance -
A type of active resistance, where a subject uses a mechanical or other object to resist an officer/agent’s control efforts. The subject’s efforts are not directed toward the officer/agent but rather appear intended to thwart an officer’s/agent’s control efforts by physically securing or holding to another object.
d. Assaultive Resistance (Physical Injury) -
A subject whose resistance causes, or has the potential to cause, physical injury to the officer/agent, others, or self. This includes a subject’s attempts (or apparent intent) to make physical contact in an attempt to control or assault the officer/agent.
e. Assaultive Resistance (Serious Physical Injury/Death) -
A subject whose resistance causes, or has the potential to cause, serious physical injury or death to the officer/agent, others, or self.
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Subject certainly wasn't compliant or passive...
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