Use of Force Sample Clauses

Use of Force. Use of force by Contractor employees shall be consistent with MDOC Policies, 3.1.8 Use of Force and Restraints, ACCD 3.1.800 Use of Force, MDOC 3.1.17 Searches and Contraband Control, and ACCD 3.1.
Use of Force. The CONTRACTOR’s use of force policy and training program for security staff shall be approved by the CDCR prior to offenders being transferred to the Facility and consistent with the CDCR Use of Force Policy as well as any other applicable use of force law applicable to the Facility or its operations. Following any use of force involving injuries, an incident report shall be prepared and the CDCR staff shall be notified pursuant to Section 4.21 “Notification of Incidents, Emergencies, and Escapes.”
Use of Force. BPD will ensure that all policies and training on use of force provide officers and supervisors with clear guidance on when force is appropriate in accordance with legal and constitutional policing. BPD will revise any policies and create new policies as necessary to meet constitutional standards. BPD will ensure its policies train and incentivize officers to use community policing and problem-solving techniques, including de-escalation, to decrease the need for officers to resort to force. BPD will continue to revise its policies and training to improve its force investigations and reviews of force incidents to ensure proper oversight for officers’ force and tactics leading to force, and to promote accountability. BPD will also ensure that its policies and training conform with legal and constitutional standards for law enforcement interactions with individuals with disabilities, individuals in behavioral health crisis, and juveniles. BPD will seek to partner with community organizations to explore practices to lower the number of incidents involving force, and the amount of force, used against persons with disabilities and in behavioral health crisis. BPD will expand its behavioral health crisis intervention program and seek to work with disability organizations and mental health care providers in the community to increase its ability to divert individuals from the criminal justice system to community resources. BPD will ensure that its policies and training conform with legal and constitutional standards for law enforcement interactions with youth and divert youth from the criminal justice system, where possible. BPD will ensure that its policies and training on transport practices conform with legal and constitutional standards to protect people in BPD custody from harm. It will implement increased auditing mechanisms to ensure that BPD policies and training on transport practices are being followed.
Use of Force. 199. Quality training is essential for creating and maintaining a non-discriminatory, effective public safety system. Police departments teach and reinforce their organizational culture to officers during training by communicating expectations. Quality trainings also enable officers to implement policies effectively. During training, officers have an opportunity to learn tactics and skills in scenario-based, tactical settings so they have some experience before they are expected to do something similar in the field for the first time. During training, trainers also can reinforce how officers should interact with community members. 200. MPD’s pre-service and in-service training must provide officers with knowledge of policies and laws regulating the use of force; equip officers with tactics and skills, including de-escalation techniques, to prevent or reduce the need to use force or, when force must be used, to use force that is objectively reasonable, necessary, and proportional under the totality of the circumstances; and require appropriate supervision and accountability.
Use of Force. Employees involved in the use of force shall be allowed to consult with a Guild representative prior to being required to give an oral or written statement about the use of force. Such right to consult with a representative or with counsel shall not delay the giving of the statement more than five (5) hours. The Employer shall require the Employee to attend critical incident debriefings as arranged by the Department if the Employee is involved directly in a use of force incident resulting in serious bodily injury or death, which the Employer believes may cause emotional distress to the Employee.
Use of Force. An employee, while acting within the course of his/her duties, may use such force as 23 is reasonable and necessary to maintain order; protect him/herself; prevent a student from harming 24 him/herself, other students, school employees, and other persons or property.
Use of Force. The designated cross-border maritime law enforcement officers shall use force only in strict accordance with the applicable laws and policies of the host country where the use of force occurs. In all cases only force that is reasonably necessary under the circumstances shall be used.
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