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SECTION I. All Courses Including This Lesson Task(s) Taught(*) or Supported Reinforced Task(s) Academic Hours
Course Number Version Course Title
Basic Military Police One Station Unit Training (OSUT) Course
The academic hours required to teach this lesson are as follows:
Test Test Review Total Hours: Test Lesson Number
1 hr 20 mins / Conference / Discussion 0 hrs 0 hrs 1 hr 20 mins
Hours Lesson No.
(to include test review)
Prerequisite Lesson(s) Clearance Access Foreign Disclosure Restrictions
Security Level: Unclassified Requirements: There are no clearance or access requirements for the lesson. FD5. This product/publication has been reviewed by the product developers in coordination with the Fort Leonard Wood, MO foreign disclosure authority. This product is releasable to students from all requesting foreign countries without restrictions.
Number Title Date Additional Information
Carrying of Firearms and Use of Force for Law Enforcement and Security Duties. Soldier's Manual for MOS 95B, Military Police Skill Level 1.
12 Mar 1993
Appendix B, para C1 Chapter 3, pages 3348 and 3-349
14 Jan 2003
Student Study Assignments Instructor Requirements
One primary instructor Drill Sergeants will monitor classrooms and assist in the administration of the practical exercises and/or examinations.
2000 SF. Projection.Additional Support Personnel Requirements Name Stu Ratio Qty Man Hours Drill Sergeant (AI) (Enlisted) 2 0 hrs Equipment Required for Instruction Id Name Stu Ratio Instr Ratio Spt Qty Exp 6515-01-481-1706 Computer System 6730-00-224-9819 Screen. Charles COL 14th MP BDE CDR 01 Jan 1900 2 . instructors must thoroughly prepare by studying this lesson and identified reference material. BM-6RB S5 * Before Id indicates a TADSS Materials Required Yes Yes 2 2 No No Instructor Materials: References listed above CD-ROM with 31B10 191-0128 PowerPoint presentation 31B10 191-0128 Viewgraphs Student Materials: Classroom. Training Area. Proponent Lesson Plan Approvals Name Rank Position Date Tennison. and Range Requirements Ammunition Requirements Instructional Guidance GEN INST BLDG. 100 PN Id Name Exp Stu Ratio Instr Ratio Spt Qty None NOTE: Before presenting this lesson. Instructors are required to incorporate Contemporary Operating Environment (COE) variables and reinforce VALUES in this lesson to include scenarios and practical exercises.
you will encounter incidents that require the use of force. with at least one offender. you may be required to respond to a situation involving a violent subject.). 191-0128-VG#3 (Terminal Learning Objective. The subject could be armed with a weapon or be threatening the welfare of the general public. cont. Military Police who are confident in their knowledge of the levels of force will make logical and safe decisions. given a written situation that involves Military Police duties. In a classroom environment. and 191-0128-VG#5 (Administrative Information. 3 . you [the student] will: Action: Determine the minimum amount of force (Level of Force) necessary to reach an objective. 191-0128-VG#4 (Administrative Information). Knowing when to use force. cont. While performing your duties as a Military Police Soldier.SECTION II. see attached risk assessment worksheet Risk Assessment Level Environmental Considerations Instructional Lead-In NOTE: It is the responsibility of all Soldiers and DA civilians to protect the environment from damage. INTRODUCTION Method of Instruction: Conference / Discussion Instructor to Student Ratio is: 1:100 Time of Instruction: 5 mins Media: Large Group Instruction Motivator NOTE: Display viewgraphs 191-0128-VG#1 (Determine the Level of Force Required) While on patrol. Determine the minimum amount of force (Level of Force) necessary to reach an objective as demonstrated by subduing the offender with the minimum amount of force necessary according to orders. NOTE: Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#2 (Terminal Learning Objective). Conditions: Standards: Safety Requirements NOTE: Ensure all students have been given the safety brief and or have read the briefing for those arriving late due to appointments and sick call.) Terminal Learning Objective NOTE: Inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective requirements. Low . that cannot be resolved without the use of force. how to use force. At the completion of this lesson. and what level of force to use could mean the difference between a successful apprehension and one that may lead to injury or death to the Military Police person or the subject.Risk level low.
Military working dogs are very aggressive. Deadly force can be justified only under conditions of extreme necessity. (2) The effects of chemical spray will safely wear off in about 45 minutes. or gain control of the situation. (3) You must always justify any level of force used. Military Working Dogs. and they sometimes cannot distinguish between you and the perpetrator. USD/MONADNOCK techniques are used to control an individual. or cannot be reasonably employed. (2) Manipulate Interpersonal Communication Skills. as outlined in AR 190-14. NOTE: NOTE: Inform the students that the following levels of force are from lowest to highest.e. MP Club (1) Use the MP Club as an extension of the arm. Depending on the situation.) (1) After you use a chemical spray. the head. (Subject to host nation or local restrictions. Unarmed Self-Defense (USD/MONADNOCK). Before you use deadly force. cont. c. and neck. These techniques must be continually practiced to retain proficiency. d. Presentation of Deadly Force capability. Verbal persuasion. Method of Instruction: Instructor to Student Ratio: Time of Instruction: Media: Conference / Discussion 1:100 20 mins Large Group Instruction NOTE: Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#6 (Minimum Force) a. Chemical Spray.SECTION III. This “show of force” alone could cause an offender to reconsider his actions. should it become necessary to defend yourself against attack. e. you will then have to control the individual to prevent injury. Prior to the presentation of deadly force. f. NOTE: Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#9 (Review) 5 . the conditions for the use of deadly force should be met. Minimum Force. which is necessary to affect an apprehension. (2) The actual situation determines the minimum amount of force necessary. (2) Avoid striking critical areas. Determine the minimum amount of force. (3) The use of the MP Club must be justified. (1) The lowest level of force. Use as a last resort. Learning Step / Activity 1. you should make a presentation of deadly force. Deadly Force. (1) A firm command may be all that is needed. g. Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#7 (Levels of Force) b. (3) Chemical spray works on animals.) h. NOTE: Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#8 (Levels of Force. PRESENTATION 1. joints. i. K-9 may not be available. when all lesser means have failed.
(2) Solicit student questions. or that a person knows or should know would create a substantial risk of causing. Deadly force can only be justified under conditions of extreme necessity. Conduct a check on learning and summarize the learning activity. (Nuclear weapons/command/control. observe the 6 .) Deadly force is authorized for the following conditions under AR 190-14: (1) Self-defense and defense of others – When deadly force reasonably appears to be necessary to protect law enforcement or security personnel who reasonably believe themselves or others to be in imminent danger of death or serious bodily harm. NOTE: 2. as outlined in AR 190-14. including murder. (6) Escape: When specifically authorized by the Secretary of the Army and is necessary to prevent the escape of a subject that poses a threat of serious bodily harm to security or others. as a last resort. Method of Instruction: Instructor to Student Ratio: Time of Instruction: Media: Conference / Discussion 1:100 40 mins Large Group Instruction NOTE: Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#10 (Deadly Force) a. ammo. explosives.i. or rape. Explain how to determine when deadly force is authorized. sensitive codes or special access programs. arson/bombing. NOTE: Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#14 (WARNING) d. (Missiles. Should use of a firearm in any case of circumstance described in this task be necessary.) NOTE: Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#12 (Authorized For. NOTE: NOTE: Discuss aggressive assaults when deadly force could be appropriate and when deadly force would not be appropriate. armed robbery. or serious bodily harm. Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#13 (Authorized For. cont. cont. Review. when all lesser means have failed or cannot be reasonably employed. NOTE: c. b. (3) Correct student misunderstandings. (2) Assets involving National Security – To prevent the actual theft or sabotage of assets vital to national security. rockets. threatened death. Learning Step / Activity 2.) (5) Arrest or apprehension: To apprehend or prevent the escape of a subject when probable cause exists to believe the subject has committed one of the offenses specified in #2 and #4 above. Deadly Force. (1) Briefly review the learning activity.) (3) Assets not involving National Security but inherently dangerous to others – To prevent sabotage or theft of property such as operable weapons or ammunition. Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#11 (Authorized For…. Force that a person uses causing. chemical agents. death or serious bodily harm.) (4) Serious offenses against persons: To prevent serious offenses against persons involving death.
(3) When a firearm is discharged.) NOTE: NOTE: Commanders of MACOMs may establish additional considerations in implementing procedures over the use of firearms. (4) Do not fire if shots are likely to harm innocent bystanders. a weapon should not be removed from the holster unless there is reasonable expectation that use of the weapon may be necessary (Do not draw your weapon unless you intend to use it. 7 .following precautions when possible to prevent death or serious bodily harm: (1) Give an order to halt before firing. you must use it! NOTE: f. (2) Solicit student questions. (2) Warning shots are prohibited. (3) Correct student misunderstandings. it will be fired with the intent of rendering the person(s) incapable of continuing the activity or course of behavior that promoted the individual to shoot. NOTE: Conduct a check on learning and summarize the learning activity. Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#16 (Review) Review. (1) Briefly review the learning activity. (5) In the case of holstered weapons. If verbal persuasion is an option. Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#15 (Verbal Persuasion) e.
Determine when to use force including the appropriate level. SUMMARY Method of Instruction: Conference / Discussion Instructor to Student Ratio is: 1:100 Time of Instruction: 5 mins Media: Large Group Instruction Check on Learning Determine if the students have learned the material presented by soliciting student questions and explanations. Ask the students questions and correct misunderstandings. and display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#19 (Review/Summarize). a. b. Determine when deadly force is authorized. (1) When deadly force is authorized. (2) How to determine the appropriate level for use. Cont). Review / Summarize Lesson 8 .SECTION IV. (1) The different levels of force. (2) Considerations for the use of deadly force. display viewgraph 191-0128 VG# 18 ( Terminal Learning Objective. NOTE: Display viewgraph 191-0128-VG#17 ( Terminal Learning Objective).
Schedule and provide feedback on the evaluation and any information to help answer students' questions about the test. Refer student to the Student Evaluation Plan.SECTION V. Feedback Requirements NOTE: Feedback is essential to effective learning. 9 . Provide remedial training as needed. Testing Requirements STUDENT EVALUATION NOTE: Describe how the student must demonstrate accomplishment of the TLO.
191-0128 Determine Levels of Force A1 0 .Viewgraph Masters VIEWGRAPHS FOR LESSON 1: 191-0128 version 2-05 Terminal Learning Objective vgt.Appendix A .
Appendix B .Test(s) and Test Solution(s) (N/A) B1 1 .
Appendix C .Practical Exercises and Solutions (N/A) C12 .
Student Handouts (N/A) D13 .Appendix D .
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