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Which is the last step when supervising detainees and keep silence?
The correct answer is “Disarm and secure Detainees and keep silence.” The last step when supervising detainee operations is “Disarm and secure Detainees and keep silence.” Detainee is a term used to refer a person that is captured by an armed force.
What should be done to ensure the safety of detained detainees?
Ensure detainees are provided adequate food, potable water, clothing, shelter, and medical attention. Ensure detainees are not exposed to unnecessary danger and are protected (afforded the same protective measures as the capturing force) while awaiting evacuation.
How do you deal with a detention facility?
Deliver to the collection point all documents and other property captured with the detainees. Seriously wounded or ill detainees must be taken to the nearest medical-aid station for treatment and evacuation through medical channels. Segregate detainees based on perceived status and positions of authority.
What to do if you find a detained person?
Deliver to the collection point all documents and other property captured with the detainees. Seriously wounded or ill detainees must be taken to the nearest medical-aid station for treatment and evacuation through medical channels.
What to do when someone is in an immigration detention facility?
When someone is in an immigration detention facility, the most important thing to you may be to get the person out. Make sure this is the wise thing to do, however—immigration court proceedings will move much more quickly if the person is detained, and there could be good reasons for getting to see a judge sooner rather than later.
How long does it take to remove a detainees from detention?
A detainee can be removed within a few days or even hours, of the initial detention. Even if the government does not immediately remove the person, it sometimes transfers detainees between facilities, and sometimes even to other states, if the person appears to have no immediate family in the area, without giving advance warning.
How can I find out if someone I Know is in detention?
When you first find out that someone you know is in detention, you can potentially find out the person’s location using the ICE detainee locator website. It will help to have the person’s Alien Number (A#) on hand, if you know it.