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Officers shall carry only authorized weapons while on-duty or while off-duty. The only time firearms not approved by the Department may be carried is for the purpose of participating in _________.

a. Funeral
b. Sporting/leisure activities
c. Lost his city issued weapon
d. Testing his new weapon

b. Sporting/leisure activities

2

While on-duty, officers shall carry one primary handgun and if approved on SAPD Form #60-RCF, Request to Carry Firearm, may carry one secondary handgun. No more than _____ handguns may be carried by on-duty officers.

One
Two
Three
Four

Two

3

All officers, when in uniform, shall carry at least _____ approved intermediate weapon.

One (1)
Two (2)
Three (3)
Four (4)

One (1)

4

Officers must have their handguns, shoulder weapons and intermediate weapons registered with the _______.

Firearms Proficiency Control Officer (FPCO)
Office of the Chief Police
Unit/Shift Director
Training Academy staff

Firearms Proficiency Control Officer (FPCO)

5

Officers, both on-duty and off-duty, must carry handguns in an ____while carrying the handguns on their person (i.e. on the belt, waist, shoulder, ankle, etc.).

Approved Case
Approved Holster
Authorized Container
Approved Bag

Approved Holster

6

While in a police vehicle, a shoulder weapon is carried in the _____: 1. A shotgun will be transported with chamber empty, safety on; magazine tube loaded and stored in an approved shoulder weapon case inside the trunk of the police vehicle or in the vehicle mounted weapon rack.

Approved Case
Fully Loaded
Authorized Container
Vehicle Transport Mode

Vehicle Transport Mode

7

Covert / Undercover Assignments: Officers working in undercover assignments shall conform to the following; all except which one

a. Officers shall carry one primary handgun, either concealed on their person, or in such a manner which makes the handgun readily available and which is under the officer’s immediate control.

b. Additionally, the handgun shall be carried in conformance with Section .05

c. Officers carrying an approved handgun other than the S&W M&P40 shall have prior written authorization, though their chain of command, from the Office of the Chief of Police, or his designee

d. Shoulder weapons, whether issued by the Department or personally owned, will only be carried by an officer who has received written approval from his chain of command, including his Division Commander and the FPCO

e. The Chief of Police or his designee (supervisory officer) may authorize, in writing, officers working undercover assignments to carry an authorized weapon in a manner other than in an approved holster or approved case

f. If approved, two secondary handguns may also be carried.

g. The Unit/Shift Director or his designee (supervisory officer) may authorize officers working undercover assignments not to carry a firearm for a specific assignment which may place the officer in greater danger than being armed.

f. If approved, two secondary handguns may also be carried.

8

HANDGUNS: For a handgun to be considered for approval, it must be either: A double-action revolver with a caliber designation not less than .38 caliber, nor more than ______, that holds at least five (5) rounds of ammunition.

.39 caliber
.45 caliber
.223 caliber
.380 caliber

.45 caliber

9

HANDGUNS: For a handgun to be considered for approval, it must be either: A semi-automatic handgun with a caliber designation not less than _____, nor more than .45 caliber, with a minimum magazine capacity of five (5) rounds of ammunition.

.39 caliber
.45 caliber
.223 caliber
.380 caliber

.380 caliber

10

SHOULDER WEAPONS: For a shoulder weapon to be considered for approval it must be, or have, as part of its associated equipment: A 12 gauge pump shotgun with a barrel length of _____ with a matching manual of arms to the department-issued patrol shotgun. The weapon must have been produced and assembled by a reputable manufacturer.

18 to 20 inches
16 to 20 inches
20 to 22 inches
18 to 22 inches

18 to 20 inches

11

SHOULDER WEAPONS: For a shoulder weapon to be considered for approval it must be, or have, as part of its associated equipment: An AR-15 style rifle in 5.56 mm/.223 caliber only, with a barrel length of _____(with or without flash
suppressor), and manufactured by a reputable major manufacturer. This means the continuous barrel length (portion measured from the bolt face, with bolt closed, to the muzzle) must be a minimum of 16 inches. The barrel length excludes any device which is either permanently or temporarily affixed to the barrel.

18 to 20 inches
16 to 20 inches
20 to 22 inches
18 to 22 inches

16 to 20 inches

12

To qualify with handguns, officers must score a minimum of ____on the Department's established course of fire as administered and scored by the FPCO.

Sixty 60 percent (60%)
Seventy 70 percent (70%)
Eighty 80 percent (80%)
Ninety 90 percent (90%)

Seventy 70 percent (70%)

13

Officers are afforded _____ attempts on a given day at qualifying with the department-issued S&W M&P 40 handgun on the day and time of an officer’s scheduled departmental in-service qualification period, or at such other time as scheduled by the FPCO or his designee.

One (1)
Two (2)
Three (3)
Four (4)

Two (2)

14

In the event an officer fails to qualify after the fourth attempt, the Training Academy Commander contacts the Office of the Chief to place the officer on special assignment to the Training Academy. The officer will attend a ____firearm proficiency course at the Training Academy.

One (1 )hour
Two (2) hour
Sixteen (16) hour
Forty (40) hour

Sixteen (16) hour

15

Training Academy Commander responsibilities include all except:

a. Is the custodian of the departmental weapon ranges and establishes safety rules for these ranges and other weapon ranges utilized by the Department

b. Ensures training and qualification courses are established and documented for authorized weapons

c. Maintains the Armory and Supply Office and issues authorized supplies

d. Appoints the FPCO and his designees
e. Notifies the Office of the Chief of Police, the Internal Affairs Unit, and the officer's division commander when: an officer fails to qualify with their department-issued handgun; and officer’s qualification is about to expire or has expired due to a lapse of time.

c. Maintains the Armory and Supply Office and issues authorized supplies

16

Firearms Proficiency Control Officer responsibilities include all except:

a. Is in charge of the departmental weapon ranges during firearm exercises
b. Assures all persons on the weapon ranges adhere to the range safety rules
c. Inspects, approves, and documents all firearms, holsters, ammunition, and shoulder weapon cases officers are authorized to carry, both on and off-duty, for police use
d. Makes repairs, modifications, and changes parts on department-issued firearms
e. Maintains all firearms training, and records officers’ training and the information on officers’ weapons into the Police Firearms computer program;
f. Maintains the Armory and Supply Office and issues authorized supplies
g. Administers and scores the firearms qualification process for all officers
h. Notifies the Training Academy Commander in writing when; An officer fails to qualify with their department-issued handgun; and officer’s qualification is about to expire or has expired due to a lapse of time; and An officer has made unauthorized repairs, modifications, or has changed parts on an authorized weapon

f. Maintains the Armory and Supply Office and issues authorized supplies

17

Armorer responsibilities include all except:
a. Maintains the Armory and Supply Office and issues authorized supplies when needed
b. Is in charge of the departmental weapon ranges during firearm exercises
c. Makes repairs, modifications, and changes parts on department-issued firearms
d. When OC spray canisters, or an ECD or related equipment are returned to the Armory by officers, the Armorer replaces the equipment and completes the appropriate section of SAPD Form 62-RFI, Receipt for Issue/Replacement OC Spray and/or ECD. The Armorer forwards a copy of the form to the Internal Affairs Unit

b. Is in charge of the departmental weapon ranges during firearm exercises

18

Section Commanders/Unit Directors responsibilities include all except:
a. Ensure officers under their command or direction carry only authorized weapons as defined in this procedure
b. Is the custodian of the departmental weapon ranges and establishes safety rules for these ranges and other weapon ranges utilized by the Department
c. Maintain an inventory list of all shoulder weapons assigned to their personnel and unit

b. Is the custodian of the departmental weapon ranges and establishes safety rules for these ranges and other weapon ranges utilized by the Department

19

Supervisory Officers responsibilities include all except:

a. Ensure through periodic inspections that officers under their supervision carry only approved firearms, holsters, ammunition, and intermediate weapons as defined in this procedure, and all equipment is in proper working order

b. Verify information on any approved firearms checked in or out of the Ready Room by officers is properly entered into the weapon’s logbook

c. When the Armory is closed, verify information entered in the appropriate section of SAPD Form 62-RFI, Receipt For Issue/Replacement of OC Spray and/or ECD, by officers returning OC spray canisters or replacing an ECD or cartridges to the Ready Room and also verify information entered into the OC spray and/or ECD logbook when officers check out replacement equipment

d. Must have knowledge of all weapons carried by personnel under their supervision

e. Makes repairs, modifications, and changes parts on department-issued weapons

e. Makes repairs, modifications, and changes parts on department-issued weapons

20

Any officer discharging a firearm accidentally or intentionally, except on the target range or while lawfully hunting wild game, shall immediately notify an ______ and report the incident in writing, through his chain of command, to the Division Commander in accordance with Rule and Regulation 3.31, Subsection D.

Unit Director
Section Commander
On-duty Supervisor
Follow-up Supervisor

On-duty Supervisor

21

Any officer discharging an intermediate weapon accidentally or intentionally shall immediately notify an on-duty supervisor and report the incident in writing, through his chain of command, to his _______; all requirements of Subsection .06 (a-e) will apply.

Unit Director
Section Commander
Chief of Police
Division Commander

Division Commander

22

Any officer who uses oleoresin capsicum (OC) spray shall return the OC spray canister, even if partially used, to the Armory or Ready Room to obtain replacement equipment _________. Fired ECD cartridges are replaced ______.


Prior to the next business day

Prior to his next call

Prior to the end of his tour of duty

Prior to going to the Detention Center

Prior to the end of his tour of duty