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If a concealed weapon is found, officers should place cuffs on the suspect. Officers should keep their guns in their dominant hand, leaving their other hand free for other actions, including using their radios to call for help. If the suspect doesn't follow orders and makes a threatening movement, that's How to avoid getting shot by a police officer: 12 steps an officer must gettign a split-second decision whether to sht.
They must consider the suspect's size, polic, known history of violence or mental disability, availability of weapons and the suspect-officer ratio. Police are trained to shoot at "center mass," or a suspect's torso where many vital organs are located. Perception is key Even in cases where's there's video of a shooting — as in the Tamir Rice case — Thomas says an officer's perception still needs to be considered.
Police tend to more often shoot at suspects who keep their hands low and make quick movements, his research shows. Officers aren't trained to fire a certain amount of bullets, according to Aveni. Court cases over the years have ruled that police can continue shooting until the suspect is no longer a threat to public safety. His research shows that on average, an officer will fire two or more shots after they've received a visual cue that they should stop, based on the time it takes to "apply the brakes" of a neuromuscular response.
Loehmann, the officer who shot Tamir, showed signs of poor deadly force training in his brief time at the Independence Police Department. The Cleveland Division of Police failed to review Loehmann's personnel file before hiring him onto the force. Supervisors in Independence noted his "dismal" performance in handling guns.
Of the total hours the state requires for officer training, 60 hours are devoted to firearms qualifications. About a third of total training involves subjects related to deadly force, according to Dan Tierney, spokesman for DeWine's office. These include "shoot, don't shoot" exercises that simulate real-life armed suspect encounters. Aveni said the quality of training has a profound influence on an officer's judgment when faced with a suspect who might be armed.
Agencies that invest more time and money into scenario-based training have significantly fewer situations in which an unarmed person is shot, he said. What the law says Officers are taught that the consequences for their actions are often different than those for the public. Police are reminded that they can be tried criminally or civilly at both the state and federal levels, with a chance for the additional consequence of discipline from their police department.
They're trained that they must follow "objective reasonableness standards" when using deadly force, which includes a careful balancing of citizens' and officers' rights. Drinski, ruled that police are not required to use less lethal force like pepper spray or a Taser before resorting to deadly force a gun if there is a threat to someone's life. The law entrusts the decision of the level of force that is used to what the officer considers reasonable.
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