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choices to each.
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choice by CIRCLING the letter beside the correct choice directly on the page.
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the lesson solution sheet until you have finished. To do so will endanger your
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Away from public view.
Against the nearest wall or building.
In the nearest alley or deserted street.
At the scene of apprehension.
What should you do, as a male investigator, when you apprehend a female
member of the Armed Forces?
Use only as much force as required to effect the apprehension.
Refrain from using force, unless female assistance is given.
Use force only when a disinterested witness is present.
Use force, being careful to touch only her extremities.
Which of the following would you consider good procedure for the firing of
a warning shot?
Never fire a warning shot.
A warning shot will only be fired if there is no hazard to innocent
A warning shot will not be fired until you have first called "halt."
A warning shot should only be fired when the subject committed a
A warning shot should only be fired after all other attempts to halt
the subject have failed.
II, III, IV.
II, IV, V.
Whenever females are involved in a crime, what should you, as a male
Search her luggage, parcels, and empty her pockets.
Search her handbag, suitcase, and coat, if removed from her person.
Search her or her clothing only when another female is present.