Taser Version 20 End User Test 1 OF 2
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1. The Nervous System consist of the following:
1 point
2. In considering the use of a CEW:
1 point
3.The preferred target areas (with the exception of sensitive CEW target areas) for CEW exposure:
1 point
4. As with any use of force, the longer the CEW exposure the greater the risk of potential cumulative physiologic, metabolic, and other effects.
1 point
5. The officer should avoid intentionally targeting the CEW on sensitive areas of the body such as the head, throat, breast, chest or area of the heart, genitals, or known pre-existing injury areas without legal justification.
1 point
6. Probe deployments are usually more desirable/effective than drive stuns.
1 point
7. The further a CEW exposure is away from the heart and the lower the delivered electrical charge the greater the safety margin for the CEW affecting the person’s heart.
1 point
8. The need for multiple 5-second cycles, or extended or prolonged CEW exposures, may be avoided or reduced by “controlling/cuffing under power” during the “window of opportunity”.
1 point
9. TASER CEWs are serious weapons and are to be treated as such at all times.
1 point
10. When deploying probes to the front of a person’s body, the CEW should generally be aimed:
1 point
11. The risk (or probability) of a CEW causing or contributing to a person’s cardiac arrest is:
1 point
12. Force decision must reasonably consider (as time and circumstances reasonable permit): Officers’ reasonable perception of subject’s actions or behaviors the officer is attempting to stop, thwart, or control and the foreseeable risks of injuries or harm to subject resulting from force to be use.
1 point
13. When considering the use of force, when reasonable:
1 point
14. Experts have identified the following key factors related to CEW cardiac risks:
1 point
15. The term (currently) used by TASER for describing the incapacitating effects of a CEW is
1 point
16. When using the CEW in Drive-Stun Mode:
1 point
17. During CEW voluntary exposures which of the following are required safety rules?
1 point
18. The handheld electronic weapons manufactured by TASER are referred to as:
1 point
19. The standard CEW cycle if the trigger is pulled and released is:
1 point
20. A daily 5-second CEW spark/functionality test is recommended to:
1 point
21. TASER does not establish, recommend or endorse;
1 point
22. Activated CEWs can ignite:
1 point
23. A CEW application on a person can cause physiologic or metabolic effects, including, but not limited to, changes in:
1 point
24. Examples of persons who are at an elevated risk of secondary effects from a CEW exposure include:
1 point
25. When considering the use of force, when reasonable:
1 point
26. When using a CEW avoid multiple, repeated, prolonged, extended, or continuous CEW exposures unless necessary to counter reasonably perceived threats(s) and it is justifiable.
1 point
27. If a person is not an immediate threat or flight risk:
1 point
28. TASER does NOT require a CEW exposure for instructor or user certification
1 point
29. Evidence Sync is a free program offered by TASER International that allows agencies to:
1 point
30. To avoid extended durations: Use the shortest duration of CEW exposure objectively reasonable to accomplish lawful objectives, and reassess the subject’s behavior before initiating or continuing the exposure.
1 point
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Thank you for taking the Taser End User Test. This is Test 1 of 2, you have been sent another test for different models of Tasers. Please take the test for the model of taser you currently are issued. A total of 50 questions total with both test must meet a passing grade of 90% to obtain certification for Taser. You will be emailed your certificate if a passing grade of 90% Minimum is awarded
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