APPREHENSION AND SEARCH TECHNIQUES
In the lesson you will learn how to execute an apprehension and conduct a
search and seizure.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
Execute an apprehension and conduct a search and seizure.
You will have this subcourse.
You must achieve a score of 70 percent on the final subcourse
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the
following publications: AR 190-22, AR 190-28, MCM 1969 (REV),
and TC 19-22.
1. General: Any apprehension is potentially dangerous.
The FBI reported in
their mid 1970's Uniform Crime Reports that 123 police officers across the
nation were killed while on duty. In addition, over 26,500 were assaulted and
10,770 of the assaults resulted in injuries. The majority of these deaths and
injuries occurred because the officers involved failed to properly search
and/or secure the subject after apprehending him. Statistics have shown that
if an officer is going to be killed, his chances are higher during the
It could save your life to know the correct apprehension
a. The hazards facing the agent making an apprehension are as follows:
(3) Lack of Training.