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Index as: Master Index: III P Barricaded Subject Incidents Hostage Negotiation High Risk Arrest, Warrants "#S$P#% Re& Introduction Definition A barricaded subject incident is an incident in 'hich a (erson ar)ed 'ith a 'ea(on, ex( osi&e, or other dangerous de&ice sei*es contro o+ a ocation and re+uses to surrender to (o ice custod,A barricaded subject incident )a, or )a, not inc ude the taking o+ hostageIn a barricaded subject incident, the (ri)ar, objecti&e is the sa+e re ease o+ a hostages, i+ an, and the (eace+u surrender o+ the sus(ect.s/Ste(s in this (rocedure can be ado(ted +or use during sni(er incidents and during cri)es in (rogress in 'hich innocent b,standers are in danger- A so, ste(s in this (rocedure can be ado(ted +or use during a high0risk arrest or the high0risk ser&ice o+ a 'arrantHostage Policy In a barricaded subject incident, o++icers shou d )ake e&er, reasonab e e++ort and use e&er, &erba and tactica too at their dis(osa to secure the arrest o+ the sus(ect 'ithout har) to the hostages1ri)ina s 'ho take hostages are indi&idua s 'ho, i+ a o'ed to esca(e, 'i (ose a continuing danger to the hostages and to the co))unit,- Pro)ises +ro) such indi&idua s that hostages 'i be re eased unhar)ed 'hen their conditions are )et are genera , )eaning essBecause the !e(art)ent does not ha&e the abi it, to (rotect hostages outside (o ice (resence, the !e(art)ent 'i not00exce(t under exce(tiona circu)stances00enter into an, agree)ent 'ith an, hostage taker 'hich (ro&ides +or the re)o&a o+ hostages to a ne' ocationIn genera , a hostage taker 'i not be a o'ed to esca(e, 'ith or 'ithout hostages2he additiona guide ines isted be o' direct o++icers3 res(onse during a barricaded subject incident in&o &ing hostages:

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2he !e(art)ent does not grant i))unit, in order to neutra i*e a hostage situation 2he !e(art)ent does not exchange &o unteer citi*ens or (o ice o++icers +or hostages 2he !e(art)ent does not exchange, surrender, or su(( , 'ea(ons to a hostage taker1ontain)ent and negotiation are the best )ethods +or obtaining the sa+e re ease o+ hostagesA though the !e(art)ent is co))itted to the )ini)a use o+ +orce to reso &e a hostage incident, o++icers retain, at a ti)es, the right to de+end the)se &es and innocent (ersons- 4urther)ore, i+ or 'hen !e(art)ent (ersonne ha&e exhausted a non0+orce o(tions or i+ the i&es o+ hostages are in i))ediate danger, the !e(art)ent 'i reso &e the incident b, the a((ro(riate use o+ +orceCommand During a Barricaded u!"ect Incident !uring a barricaded subject incident, co))and o+ a (o ice (ersonne is assu)ed successi&e , b, )e)bers in the regu ar co))and structure o+ the area in 'hich the incident occurs5 i-e-, the !istrict Sergeant5 the Area 6ieutenant5 the Area 1o))ander5 the Bureau o+ 4ie d 7(erations !e(ut, 1hie+5 and the 1hie+ o+ Po ice2he ranking )e)ber at the scene o+ a barricaded subject incident 'i assu)e co))and o+ the incident unti the arri&a o+ a higher ranking o++icer2he incident co))ander 'i noti+, the 1o))unications !i&ision o+ his8her arri&a at the 1o))and Post and the +act that he8she has assu)ed co))and o+ the o(erationte#s Res(onding to a barricaded subject incident re9uires +our sets o+ ste(s: Res(onse to the 1a , 1ontain)ent and Stabi i*ation o+ the Scene, 1oordination o+ $ntr, and Arrest, and 1 osure o+ the 7(erationProcedure for Barricaded Subject Incident I$ Res#onse to t%e Call Pur(ose: Res(onse to the ca con+ir)s that a barricaded subject incident is in (rogress A barricaded subject incident usua , begins 'ith a ca to the 1o))unications !i&ision2o res(ond to the ca , (ersonne genera , (er+or) the +o o'ing ste(s: "- !is(atch recei&es a ca that a barricaded subject incident is in (rogress-

2he dis(atcher )aintains te e(hone contact 'ith the ca er to gain as )uch in+or)ation as (ossib e- In (articu ar, the dis(atcher atte)(ts to deter)ine the t,(e o+ incident, the nu)ber o+ (eo( e in&o &ed, the identit, o+ (eo( e in&o &ed, the s(eci+ic threats and de)ands )ade, and in+or)ation on an, 'ea(ons that are in&o &edWhi e it is i)(erati&e that the dis(atcher obtain as )uch in+or)ation as (ossib e +ro) the ca er, it is e9ua , i)(ortant that the dis(atcher not ask eading 9uestions in a 'a, that cou d esca ate the situation:- 2he dis(atcher noti+ies the 1o))unications !i&ision su(er&isor o+ the ca ;- 2he 1o))unications !i&ision su(er&isor 'i direct an o++icer and a !istrict Sergeant to con+ir) the initia contact in+or)ation2he 1o))unications !i&ision su(er&isor noti+ies the Area 1o))ander that a barricaded subject incident )a, be in (rogress<- 2he +irst o++icer to arri&e at the scene con+ir)s b, an, (ractica )eans a&ai ab e that a barri0 caded subject incident is in (rogress2he o++icer sha take no ste(s to +orce the incident to a conc usion=- 2he +irst o++icer to arri&e at the scene 'i brie+ the !istrict Sergeant>- I+ the !istrict Sergeant deter)ines that a hostage incident is in (rogress, the !istrict Sergeant 'i su))on a co))and o++icerII$ Containment and ta!ili&ation of t%e cene Pur(ose: 1ontain)ent and stabi i*ation o+ the scene he (s to contro the incident and reduce the nu)ber o+ (rob e)s that can inter+ere 'ith negotiation and reso ution2o contain and stabi i*e the scene, (ersonne (er+or) the +o o'ing ste(s: "- 2he !istrict Sergeant ca s +or a su++icient nu)ber o+ o++icers to contain the sceneInitia contain)ent is a +unction o+ Patro !i&ision units:- 2he !istrict Sergeant 'i estab ish a 1o))and Post2he 1o))and Post is used to asse)b e essentia (ersonne 5 estab ish an inner and outer (eri)eter5 asse)b e e9ui()ent5 de egate tasks5 start a og5 asse)b e )a(s, charts, and + oor ( ans5 and re&ie' records and other (ertinent in+or)ation;- Prior to an, contact 'ith the sus(ect, the !istrict Sergeant estab ishes an inner (eri)eter-

2he inner (eri)eter is the i))ediate area o+ contain)ent +or a barricaded subject incident, and its si*e is dictated b, circu)stances- It )a, be as s)a as a sing e house or, in the case o+ a sni(er ar)ed 'ith a high0(o'ered ri+ e, as arge as se&era s9uare b ocks2he !istrict Sergeant directs the o++icers assigned to the inner (eri)eter not to atte)(t to a((rehend the hostage taker.s/, +ree the hostages, or act as sni(ers- 2he (ur(ose o+ the o++icers in the inner (eri)eter is to contain the incident, obser&e, and re(ort- Ho'e&er, the Sergeant3s directions are not intended to restrict o++icers3 acti&ities so that the, do not take the a((ro(riate )easures to a((rehend a sus(ect atte)(ting to esca(e- Nor is it intended that an, o++icer shou d hesitate to take action to (re&ent injur, to hi)se + or others2he !istrict Sergeant )ust )ake contingenc, ( ans and identi+, (ersonne to res(ond to esca(e atte)(ts or surrender b, the sus(ect be+ore the arri&a o+ s(ecia i*ed tea)s- 2he !istrict Sergeant )ust )ake a hostage rescue ( an in the e&ent the sus(ect starts ki ing the hostages be+ore the arri&a o+ s(ecia i*ed tea)s1o))unications +or the inner (eri)eter is genera , conducted using car radios and transcei&ers on a (atro ta k grou( under 1ode ;; conditions- 2o i)it radio tra++ic, o++icers shou d use secure te e(hones 'hene&er (ossib eIn the inner (eri)eter, the outside s(eakers on (o ice &ehic es shou d be ke(t o++, radios on cars and )otorc,c es turned o', and the dis( a, o+ 'ea(ons and the use o+ red ights and other attention0getting e)ergenc, e9ui()ent ke(t at a )ini)u)In estab ishing the inner (eri)eter, the !istrict Sergeant 'i ensure that the +o o'ing tasks are co)( eted: $&acuation o+ a citi*ens +ro) the inner (eri)eter- 1iti*ens shou d be debrie+ed and identi+ied$stab ish)ent o+ contro (oints to (re&ent unauthori*ed (ersons +ro) entering the inner (eri)eter- 2he Sergeant shou d ca +or and assign as )an, o++icers as necessar, to (re0 &ent tra++ic and (edestrian )o&e)ent 'ithin the inner (eri)eter-

<- 2he !istrict Sergeant de( o,s o++icers as the, arri&e in order to (re&ent the sus(ect +ro) esca(ing or )o&ing the hostages'fficers must remem!er not to e(#ose t%emsel)es unnecessarily- When )o&ing +ro) one ocation to another, o++icers )ust not (resent the)se &es as targets- 7++icers )ust not ex(ose the)se &es in an e++ort to get a better &ie' or to satis+, their curiosit,7nce a (eri)eter is set, o++icers )ust re)ain at their (osts unti (ro(er , re ie&ed-

=- 2he !istrict Sergeant )ust constant , )onitor the (ositions taken b, o++icers to ensure that the, are not in the sus(ect3s +ie d o+ +ire, that a ?cross+ire? situation does not exist, and that the )easures taken to (re&ent the esca(e o+ the sus(ect.s/ are the best (ossib e under the circu)stances>- 2he second sergeant to arri&e at the scene 'i estab ish an outer (eri)eterAs in the inner (eri)eter, the second sergeant directs the o++icers assigned to the outer (eri)eter not to atte)(t to a((rehend the hostage taker.s/, +ree the hostages, or act as sni(ers- 2he (ri)ar, dut, o+ o++icers on the outer (eri)eter is cro'd and tra++ic contro Ho'e&er, the Sergeant3s directions are not intended to restrict o++icers3 acti&ities so that the, do not take the a((ro(riate )easures to a((rehend a sus(ect atte)(ting to esca(e- Nor is it intended that an, o++icer shou d hesitate to take action to (re&ent injur, to hi)se + or othersIn estab ishing an outer (eri)eter, the second sergeant to arri&e at the scene 'i ensure that the +o o'ing tasks are co)( eted: Assign)ent o+ su++icient o++icers to estab ish an outer (eri)eter $stab ish)ent o+ contro (oints to (re&ent unauthori*ed (ersons +ro) entering the outer (eri)eter $stab ish)ent o+ tra++ic contro to (re&ent unauthori*ed &ehic es +ro) entering or ea&ing the outer (eri)eter 4aci itation o+ the )o&e)ent o+ authori*ed (ersonne and e9ui()ent through the outer (eri)eter $stab ish)ent o+ a te)(orar, (ress area outside the (eri)eter As in the inner (eri)eter, the outside s(eakers on (o ice &ehic es shou d be ke(t o++, radios on cars and )otorc,c es turned o', and the dis( a, o+ 'ea(ons and the use o+ red ights and other attention0getting e)ergenc, e9ui()ent ke(t at a )ini)u)%- @(on arri&a , the incident co))ander i))ediate , 'i estab ish +ire contro b, use o+ the +o o'ing ter)ino og,: A0; Pro&ision: Breen 6ight: Red 6ight: No +iring exce(t in i))ediate de+ense o+ i+e4ire i+ (resented 'ith a suitab e target .2his co))and is gi&en to a designated shooter-/No +iring exce(t b, designated shooter-

C- 2he incident co))ander sha re&ie' the dis(osition )ade b, the sergeants in the inner and outer (eri)eters and initiate an, additiona )easures he 8 she +ee s a((ro(riate-

2hese )easures shou d inc ude contingenc, ( ans to dea 'ith the +ai ure o+ negotiation, an atte)(ted esca(e, and conduct o+ the surrender (hase o+ the negotiations#- 2he incident co))ander deter)ines 'hat assistance is needed, i+ an,, +ro) outside agencies such as the 74!, 1HP, and8or an a)bu ance ser&ice"D- 2he incident co))ander designates a su(er&isor to act as iaison o++icer and designates a (ress re ations o++icer- I+ the incident is o+ ong duration, the co))and o++icer designates a ogistics o++icer""- 2he iaison o++icer 'i be stationed at the 1o))and Post and coordinate contact 'ith outside agencies- S(eci+ica ,, the iaison o++icer (er+or)s the +o o'ing tasks: Monitor the need +or s(ecia e9ui()ent and, as needed, re9uest s(ecia e9ui()ent +ro) 1it,, 1ount,, and 4edera Agencies As the, arri&e, brie+ su(er&isor, (ersonne o+ outside agencies on the incident status Maintain a count o+ res(onding o++icers, note their +unctions, and kee( track o+ their (ositions Aee( the 1o))unications !i&ision in+or)ed o+ the ocation o+ a (ersonne ":- 2he (ress re ations o++icer 'i co))unicate a in+or)ation a&ai ab e to the (ressI+ te e&ision and radio re(orters are on the scene, the (ress re ations o++icer 'i ensure that the, do not re(ort a Eb o' b, b o'F account, 'hich cou d co)(ro)ise the o(eration i+ o&erheard or &ie'ed b, the sus(ect.s/2he (ress re ations o++icer 'i designate a ( ace 'here re(orters can 'ork 'hich is out o+ the ine o+ +ire and 'hich does not inter+ere 'ith (o ice o(erations";- In e&ents o+ ong duration, a ogistics o++icer 'i assist the incident co))ander to (rocure essentia e9ui()ent and ogistica su((ort and to arrange +or the re0su(( , o+ o++icers to the area"<- 2he incident co))ander deter)ines i+ a restricted te e(hone ine bet'een the 1o))and Post and the 1o))unications !i&ision is needed and 'hether technica assistance shou d be obtained +ro) the te e(hone co)(an,"=- 2he incident co))ander decides 'hether to ca in sni(er tea)s, entr, tea)s, and8or hostage negotiation tea)s2ea) )e)bers )ust be su))oned as soon as the need +or their s(ecia i*ed ski s beco)es a((arent-

2he )akeu( and (ur(ose o+ each tea) is described be o'Sniper Team A sni(er tea) consists o+ t'o o++icers: a )arks)an and an obser&er- 2he )arks)an (ro&ides (recise, ong0range +ire(o'er 'hen re9uired b, the incident co))ander- 2he obser&er aids the )arks)an in target identi+ication and ac9uisition and (ro&ides &isua inte igence to the 1o))and PostMore than one sni(er tea) shou d be de( o,ed at a ti)e in order to (ro&ide necessar, )an(o'er and ade9uate re ie+ (eriods to a&oid +atigueMarks)en are e9ui((ed 'ith Re)ington Mode %DD B!6 -;DC ca iber ri+ es 'ith Red+ie d ; G # &ariab e (o'er sco(es, Ruger Mini 0 "<3s, and HA #"8#;-::;8%->: ri+ es- 7bser&ers are e9ui((ed 'ith % G =D binocu ars and other de&ices to aid in their obser&ation o+ incident ocationsSni(er tea) )e)bers sha kee( their (ersona , assigned e9ui()ent in the SWA2 &an un ess carr,ing it 'ith the) 'hi e on dut,Entry Team 2he sni(er and entr, tea) (rogra)s enab e the !e(art)ent to (ro&ide (rotecti&e ser&ice to high , &isib e )e)bers o+ societ, 'ho )a, be subject to threats or assau ts- 2he (ersonne assigned to the (rogra)s )a, a so assist the @nited States Secret Ser&ice, the 1a i+ornia High'a, Patro , or other agencies ca ed u(on to (ro&ide (rotecti&e ser&ices 'ithin the 1it, o+ 7ak and- With the a((ro&a o+ the 1hie+ o+ Po ice, tea) )e)bers )a, a so (ro&ide (rotecti&e ser&ices outside the 1it, 'hen re9uested to do so b, other agenciesAn entr, tea) (er+or)s entries to e++ect arrests or rescue hostagesBenera , s(eaking, an entr, tea) is used in the e&ent negotiations +ai in a hostage situation or che)ica agents are ine++ecti&e- In accordance 'ith !e(art)ent (o ic, on the use o+ esca ating e&e s o+ +orce, ess dra)atic tactics )ust ha&e been atte)(ted or ru ed ina(( icab e be+ore a +orced entr, is orderedIn a hostage situation, +or exa)( e, an entr, tea) 'ou d not be ordered to e++ect entr, un ess the incident co))ander entertained a reasonab e be ie+ that a hostage had been ki ed, +e onious , assau ted, or 'as about to be ki ed or recei&e serious bodi , injur,- Such an action b, a sus(ect nor)a , 'ou d (rec ude +urther negotiations and necessitate an i))ediate +orced entr,$ntr, tea)s are de( o,ed at the discretion o+ the incident co))ander-

An entr, tea) is co)(osed o+ ieutenant o+ (o ice, 'ho ser&es as the tactica co))ander5 a sergeant o+ (o ice, 'ho ser&es as tea) eader5 and a nu)ber o+ trained (o ice o++icers, 'ho ser&e as assau t I rescue (ersonne - 2he nu)ber o+ o++icers in an entr, tea) &aries, de(ending u(on the situation2he tactica co))ander is res(onsib e +or su(er&ising the tea) during a o(erations- I+ the incident co))ander gi&es the order to )ake an entr,, the tactica co))ander sha be in so e co))and o+ the actua entr,- 2he tactica co))ander a so (ro&ides tactica ad&ice to the incident co))ander7nce entr, is )ade, tea) )e)bers direct and8or co)( ete e&acuation, e)ergenc, rescue, and arrests 'ith the use o+ ess0than0 etha )unitions and che)ica agents, as necessar,Su++icient entr, tea) )e)bers sha be de( o,ed to (ro&ide +or ade9uate re ie+ and unex(ected contingencies$ntr, tea) )e)bers are e9ui((ed 'ith MP= sub0)achine guns, Bene i ": gauge shotguns, -::; ca iber ri+ es, an assort)ent o+ che)ica agents and ess0than0 etha )unitions, )irrors +or bui ding and area searches, bod, ar)or, distraction de&ices, and +orced entr, too s$ntr, tea) )e)bers sha kee( their (ersona , assigned e9ui()ent in the SWA2 &an un ess carr,ing it 'ith the) 'hi e on dut,Hostage Negotiation Team A hostage negotiation tea) consists o+ +our )e)bers: the (ri)ar, hostage negotiator, the backu( hostage negotiator, the tea) iaison )e)ber, and the tea) inte igence o++icerWhen (ossib e, the !e(art)ent )akes bi0 ingua negotiators a&ai ab e- Ha&ing bi0 ingua negotiators is i)(ortant +or sa+et, and +or (rotecting the 1it, in critica iabi it, issues2he duties o+ each negotiation tea) )e)ber are described be o'Primary Hostage Negotiator When a (ri)ar, hostage negotiator is ca ed to the scene, he8she re&ie's the circu)stances at the scene to deter)ine 'hether in his8her judge)ent negotiation 'i be e++ecti&e and8or +easib e in obtaining the re ease o+ the hostages and the (eace+u surrender o+ the sus(ect2he (ri)ar, negotiator does not begin to negotiate 'ith the sus(ect unti entr, tea) )e)bers are in (osition to (ro&ide co&er and to res(ond a((ro(riate , in exigent circu)stances2he (ri)ar, negotiator ne&er co))unicates +ace0to0+ace 'ith the sus(ect- 2he (ri)ar, negotiator c ears an, action 'hich )ight ha&e an i)(act on the tactica situation 'ith the incident co))ander-

Backup Hostage Negotiator 2he backu( hostage negotiator3s (ri)ar, +unction is to aid the (ri)ar, negotiator in the direct conduct o+ negotiations- Backu( negotiators shou d ha&e the ex(erience and training to he ( the (ri)ar, negotiator e&a uate the hostage0taker3s res(onses and shou d be ab e to re( ace the (ri)ar, negotiator in the e&ent that he I she )ust 'ithdra' be+ore the incident is o&er2he backu( negotiator3s other duties inc ude kee(ing a 'ritten og o+ the negotiation and hand ing the ta(e recorders, te e(hones, and other e9ui()ent used b, the tea)Team Liaison Member 2he tea) iaison )e)ber +or'ards to the 1o))and Post a (ertinent co))unication bet'een the (ri)ar, negotiator and the sus(ect- 2he tea) iaison )e)ber a so +or'ards to the (ri)ar, negotiator a )essages +ro) the 1o))and PostTeam Intelligence Officer 2he tea) inte igence o++icer gathers in+or)ation about the hostage taker and the hostagesPertinent in+or)ation obtained at the 1o))and Post is (assed direct , to the tea) inte igence o++icer- 2he tea) inte igence o++icer inter&ie's esca(ed or re eased hostages, re ati&es, 'itnesses, and other (eo( e 'ith re e&ant in+or)ationIII$ Coordination of Entry and Arrests

Pur(ose: 1oordination o+ $ntr, and Arrests reso &es the barricaded subject incident2he incident co))ander 'i direct the reso ution o+ the incident- 2he e)( o,)ent o+ entr, tea) (ersonne and hostage negotiators does not re ie&e the incident co))ander o+ his I her authorit, or o+ res(onsibi it, +or conduct o+ the o(eration2he hostage negotiation tea), +or exa)( e, has no authorit, to )ake tactica decisions and )ust kee( the incident co))ander +u , in+or)ed o+ its actions2o coordinate entr, and arrests, (ersonne (er+or) the +o o'ing ste(s: "2he incident co))ander brie+s a s(ecia tea) )e)bers u(on their arri&a at the 1o))and Post2ea) )e)bers 'i be in+or)ed c ear , and direct , o+ the o(eration3s co))and structure and the +ire contro orders2ea) )e)bers 'i be su(( ied 'ith a a(( icab e inte igence data-

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At the direction o+ the incident co))ander, sni(er and entr, tea) )e)bers assu)e (ositions 'hich a o' +or tactica ad&antage- 2ea) )e)bers in+or) the 1o))and Post 'hen the, are in ( ace-

;- Su(er&isors re)ind (ersonne , as necessar,, to re+rain +ro) unnecessar, radio co))unica0 tions- 7(en radio channe s are (articu ar , necessar, a+ter the entr, tea) ea&es the 1o))and Post<- !e(art)ent (o ic, directs o++icers to use ti)e to their ad&antage- 7++icers shou d not +orce a barricaded subject incident to a conc usion- With (atience, o++icers can o+ten 3de0 esca ate? the incident and use the ser&ices o+ s(ecia , trained negotiating (ersonne to take the subject into custod,1ontain)ent and negotiation are the best )ethods +or obtaining the sa+e re ease o+ hostages=- S(ecia tea) eaders sha (ro&ide continuous in+or)ation to the incident co))ander on the (rogress o+ tactica and negotiating e++orts- 2ea) eaders 'i ad&ise the incident co))ander o+ current doctrine and (rocedures to he ( hi) I her de&e o( and e&a uate a&ai ab e courses o+ action>- I+ it a((ears that a traditiona guide ine or acce(ted course o+ action is +ai ing, the incident co))ander )ust e&a uate the guide ine and consider a ternati&es- 2he incident co))ander 'i e&a uate an, no&e course o+ action (ro(osed b, s(ecia tea) eaders or other (ersonne in ter)s o+ the +o o'ing considerations: 2he s(eci+ic course o+ action reco))ended +or the situation and its (ractica or theoretica basis2he ex(ected bene+it o+ an a ternati&e course o+ action2he risks antici(ated +ro) an a ternati&e course o+ action2he )ethod o++icers 'i use to deter)ine the success or +ai ure o+ an a ternati&e course o+ action2he ste(s o++icers 'i +o o' to return to the reco))ended techni9ue or guide ine i+ an a ternati&e course o+ action does not 'ork-

%- @sing in+or)ation recei&ed +ro) the (ri)ar, negotiator and other a&ai ab e sources to +or) an assess)ent o+ the sus(ect3s beha&ior, the incident co))ander 'i decide 'hether to sus(end negotiationsI+ it beco)es necessar, to end the negotiations, the incident co))ander 'i direct the entr, tea) to a((rehend the sus(ect and I or rescue the hostages-

I+ there is reasonab e cause to be ie&e the sus(ect is about to in+ ict death or great bodi , injur, on hostages, (o ice (ersonne , or other (ersons, the incident co))ander 'i direct that a((ro(riate action be taken i))ediate , to neutra i*e the threatNegotiators 'i continue their e++orts (rior to and in concert 'ith +orce o(tionsNegotiators 'i atte)(t to gather inte igence and to )ani(u ate, decei&e, and distract the subject during a tactica reso utionI*$ Closure of t%e '#eration 1 osure o+ the 7(eration co)( etes the barricaded sus(ect incident-

Pur(ose:

2o c ose the o(eration, (ersonne (er+or) the +o o'ing ste(s: ":;A (ersonne sha 'ait unti the incident co))ander dec ares the scene secure be+ore ea&ing concea ed (ositions2he incident co))ander and ke, tactica units 'i debrie+, account +or a (ersonne , and share in+or)ation 'hi e it is +resh!ebris and an, obstac es8e9ui()ent set u( during the incident sha be re)o&ed- 2he en&iron)ent shou d be returned to its origina condition-

A en um! Barrica e Suspect "it#out a $riminal Offense 7n occasion, o++icers )a, be assigned to an incident in&o &ing an indi&idua 'ho has not co))itted a cri)ina o++ense but 'ho has taken a barricaded (osition inside his8her residencePersonne 'i not initiate an, action against such an indi&idua (ro&iding the +o o'ing guide ines are )et: 2here is no (robab e cause +or arrest2here is no necessit, to take the indi&idua into te)(orar, custod, +or (s,chiatric e&a uation (ursuant to Section ="=D o+ the We +are and Institutions 1ode2he (erson does not (resent a danger to his or her +a)i ,, ac9uaintances, or the genera (ub ic-

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!e(art)ent o+ Motor Kehic es: 1ri)ina Identi+ication Bureau, 1-I-I-, etc-

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