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USAMPS-CivilDisturbanceOps

USAMPS-CivilDisturbanceOps

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CIVIL DISTURBANCE OPERATIONSSubcourse Number MP 1005EDITION CUnited States Army Military Police SchoolFort McClellan, Alabama 36205-50306 Credit HoursEdition Date: April 2006SUBCOURSE OVERVIEWWe designed this subcourse to teach you how to use crowd control techniques and plan for and supervisecontrol forces during a civil disturbance.There are no prerequisites for this subcourse.This subcourse reflects the doctrine which was current at the time it was prepared. In your own work situation,always refer to the latest official publications.Unless otherwise stated, the masculine gender of singular pronouns is used to refer to both men and women.TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVEACTION:Plan for, supervise and employ crowd control forces and techniques for a civil disturbance.CONDITION:You will have this subcourse, paper and pencil.STANDARD:To demonstrate competency of this task, you must achieve a minimum score of 70 percent on thesubcourse examination.TABLE OF CONTENTSSectionPageSubcourse Overview.........................................................................................................................iLesson 1: Plan Operations to Control a Civil Disturbance..........................................................1-1Part A: Planning........................................................................................................1-1Part B: Troop Support/Training..............................................................................1-13Part C: Operational Techniques/Application of Force...........................................1-17Part D: Operational Tasks.......................................................................................1-28
 
Practice Exercise...................................................................................1-36Answer Key and Feedback...................................................................1-38Lesson 2: Crowd Control Techniques.........................................................................................2-1Part A: Crowd Control..............................................................................................2-1Part B: Neutralization of Special Threats...............................................................2-11Practice Exercise...................................................................................2-26 Lesson 3: Crowd Control Formations.........................................................................................3-1Part A: Types of Formations and Weapons..............................................................3-1Part B: Unit Organization.........................................................................................3-8Part C: Squad Formations.......................................................................................3-13Part D: Platoon Formations....................................................................................3-15Part E: Company Formations.................................................................................3-32Practice ExerciseLesson 4: Riot Control Agent Disperser......................................................................................4-1Practice Exercise........................................................................................................4-8 ExaminationAppendix: Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (M33A1)A-1LESSON 1PLAN OPERATIONS TO CONTROL A CIVIL DISTURBANCEOVERVIEWLESSON DESCRIPTION:This lesson is designed to describe the nature and causes of disaffection and social unrest; define the potentialfor social unrest in the United States; identify the types of confrontations; define crowd behavioral and psychological influences; identify patterns of disorder.
 
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:ACTION:Plan operations to control a civil disturbance.CONDITION:You will have this subcourse, paper and pencil.STANDARD:To demonstrate competency of this task you must achieve a minimum score of 70 percenton the subcourse examination.REFERENCES:The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following publications: FM 3-19.15; FM 10-10; FM 3-19.4.PART A – PLANNING1. Mission of Military Forces during Civil Disturbances. The mission of military forces during civildisturbances, both in CONUS and OCONUS, which cannot be overly emphasized, is to help local and stateauthorities to restore and maintain law and order. This mission may be accomplished by breaking upunauthorized gatherings and by patrolling the disturbance area to prevent the commission of lawless acts.During operations to restore order, military forces may present a show of force, establish roadblocks, break upcrowds, employ crowd control agents, patrol, serve as security forces or reserves, and perform other operationsas required. Successful fulfillment of the missions will depend to a large extent upon sufficient planning,training, police information, and coordinated actions of individuals and units.2. Planning and Preparation. To be most effective, planning should be coordinated with local civil authoritiesto provide a complete coverage of all matters pertaining to operations and ensure that areas requiring jointefforts are properly considered. The provost marshal performs a key role in civil disturbance planning due tothe mission of restoring law and order assigned a military force in confrontation management operations. Hisknowledge of police methods is particularly valuable to the commander and staff in their preparation to assist acommunity to restore law and maintain order. Considerations should be given to the provost marshal as amember of the advance party to further coordinate and represent the commander with civil police agencies.Planning is a continuing process involving personnel, correct information, logistics, and operationalconsiderations. It provides for action to be taken before, during, and after disturbances. A military unit preparing for confrontation management duty passes through two general phases: the planning and training phase, and the alert phase.a. The Planning and Training Phase. In planning for crowd control or civil disturbance operations, planners must decide what data, equipment and training will be needed in order to respond to thedemonstration and restore law and order. This phase includes all preparations that are made prior to theunit being alerted. Included in this phase are preparations of unit alert plans and standing operating procedures (SOP), survey of areas and routes, preparation of plans for probable areas of disturbances, preparation of equipment and crowd control devices to include both non lethal and lethal munitions,training in confrontation management operations, and rehearsals of plans. b. The Alert Phase. This phase may be a short time or may extend over a period of days. During this phase, the unit is fully prepared and ready to move. Vehicles are loaded with equipment and ready for movement. Soldiers are dressed in the prescribed uniforms. Weapons, ammunition, non-lethal munitions,crowd control agent munitions, and supplies are ready for issue. Soldiers must be briefed on the situationand mission to the extent possible in conformance with instructions from higher headquarters. Talks by

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