BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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Table of Contents of the BSIS Power To Arrest Manual

Contents Page

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. REGISTRATION

A. Administration 

1. Check individual identification 

2. Check guard registration status 

3. Have state forms filled out 

4. Have training schools forms filled out 

5. Course admission and discussion

B. Laws and regulations for issuing a firearms qualification card 

Attachment I - Acceptable evidence of U.S.Citizenship or Permanent Residence

II.  MORAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS

A. Laws regarding possession and carrying of fireams

1. Penal Code sections 

2. Government Code sections 

3. Bureau Statutes and Regulations 

4. Instructor examples (Instructor Discussion) .

B. Laws and standards regarding use of deadly force 

1. Penal Code sections 

2. Government Code sections

3. Bureau Statutes and Regulations 

4. Instructor examples (Instructor Discussion) 

C. Avoidance of deadly force - The de-escalation of force 

1. Avoid, observe and report 

2. Cover and Concealment 

3. Escalation of Force 

4. Self Control 

5. Verbal Communication 

6. Physical Stance 

7. Physical Closeness 

8. Tone of Voice 

9. Physical Control Levels 

10. Physical Contact 

11. Using Pepper Spray 

12. Using a Baton 

13. Using a firearm 

14. Principles of De-escalation 

15. Case Studies 

D. Shooting incidents (Civil and criminal liability) 

1. Criminal liability

2. Civil liability

III. FIREARM NOMENCLATURE AND MAINTENANCE

A. The Revolver and semi automatic, ammunition, parts and nomenclature

1. Picture of revolver and semi-automatic with parts identified  

a. Picture of revolver with parts identified 

b. Picture of semi-automatic with parts identified 

2. Revolver and semi-automatic, parts and description 

a. Revolver 

b. Semi-automatic 

3. Picture of ammunition with parts identified 

4. Ammunition parts and description 

B. Firearms Safety,-General 

1. General safety rules 

2. Specific safety rules 

3. Safety at home and off duty 

4. Transporting the weapon to the range 

5. Carrying the weapon on duty 

6. Suggested eye and ear protective equipment 

7. Inspection, cleaning and maintenance 

a. General Information 

b. Inspection 

1. Revolver  

2. Semi-Automatic 

c. Cleaning 

d. Cleaning kit 

e. To clean the weapon 

f. Check list 

IV. WEAPON HANDLING AND SHOOTING FUNDAMENTALS

A. Weapon fundamentals, general differences between handguns 

Differences Between Handguns

1. Revolvers 

2. Semi-Automatics

B. Loading and Unloading 

1. Proper loading procedures .

2. Proper loading procedures (right handed) 

a. Revolver 

b. Semi-automatic 

3. Proper unloading procedures (right handed) 

a. Revolver 

b. Semi automatic  

4. Proper loading procedures (left handed) 

5. Proper Unloading procedures (left handed) 

6. Loading devices 

C. Proper Positions 

  1. Point Shoulder Position 

2. Standing, Barricade or Supported Position 

3. Kneeling Position 

4. Sitting Position 

5. Prone Position 

6. Cover and Concealment 

7. Bouncing Bullets (Instructor Discussion) 

D. Grip 

1. Two-Handed Grip 

2. One-Handed Grip 

E. The draw 

1. General Information 

2. The holster and the draw 

ILLUSTRATION D (The Draw) 

F. Shooting Fundamentals

1. Sight Alignment 

2. Trigger Squeeze (control) 

  A. Single action

  B.  Double Action

  C.  Count your shots

  D.  Anticipation

  E.  Dry Firing

3. Establishing the Dominant Eye

Correct sight alignment (Illustration E) 

4. Breathe control 

V. EXAMINATION

VI.  RANGE PREPARATION

A. Range Location 

B. Equipment needed 

C. Course of Fire (explanation) 

D. Targets, scoring explanation (NRA B-27A) 

E. Range commands 

F. Use of deadly force 

VII.  RANGE TRAINING

A. Instructions 

B. Drawing and Holstering Practice 

C. Dry Firing 

D. Loading and Reloading Procedure

VIII.  RANGE QUALIFICATION (Course of fire)

IX.  REQUALIFICATION

X.  EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

XI.  PEACE OFFICER QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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