Power To Arrest Training Manual - Nov 2005 Edition

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POWER TO ARREST TRAINING MANUAL

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(Revised 11/05)

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PART E

INSPECTIONS

WHAT IS AN INSPECTION?

As a security guard, your employer may enlist your assistance in conducting inspections

of plant employees. This is not a search. Always make sure the employer has notified

the employees first. Such inspections are often conducted at the end of the work day by

looking into employees’ cars, lunch pails, purses, or tote bags to make sure unauthorized

items are not being take off the premises.

WHAT IS AN INSPECTION?

An inspection is always conducted with the employees’ cooperation.

For example, when you want to look inside a lunch pail, purse, or tote bag, ask the

employee to open it up for you to look inside. If you can’t see the contents because

something is in the way, ask the employee to remove the obstruction. If the employee

tries to hand the item to you, politely refuse. NEVER TOUCH THE EMPLOYEE OR

HANDLE THE EMPLOYEE'S PROPERTY.

WHAT IS AN INSPECTION?

Understand company policy. Generally, if an employee does not cooperate, you should

record:

�� Date, time, and location

�� Name

�� Physical description

�� Badge ID number

�� License number of any vehicles involved

�� Then make a full report, in writing, to the client and/or your employer

 

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Contents Page
Table of Contents

Instructor/Employer Introduction

Steps to Administering Power to Arrest

The Responsibilities of the Security Guard

Part A. Role and Responsibilities of the Security Guard

1. Areas of Responsibility

2. Prevention is the Key

3. Observe and Report

4. Get Help

Part B. Relations with the Local Police

Part C. Observation and Report Writing

Part D. Authority to Question and a Basis for Making Decisions

Part E. Inspections

Part F. Legal Responsibilities and Liabilities

Part G. Factors to Consider Before Making an Arrest

Part H. Arrestable Offenses

Part I. Private Person's Arrest

Part J. Making an Arrest

Part K. Searching the Suspect

Illustration of the Frisk

Part L. Merchant's Privilege Search

Part M. After the Arrest

Part N. Terrorism

Part O Ethics and Professional Conduct of a Security Guard

Part P. Answers to Study Questions

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