Conduct frisk search of persons

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Elements and Performance Criteria

1

Prepare for a frisk search

1.1

Legal powers to frisk search persons and associated workplace procedures are understood and applied

1.2

A frisk search is only conducted on persons of the same sex and with another appropriate person of the same sex present

1.3

The person to be searched is informed that frisk searches can be intrusive and may cover any part of the body, including but not limited to, the chest and groin

1.4

The permission of the person is obtained prior to conducting a frisk search, including the identification of a private area where the frisk search is to be conducted

1.5

Consent is recorded as per regulatory requirements and the organisation’s procedures

1.6

Organisational procedures are followed when a person refuses to be frisk searched

1.7

The person being searched is asked to remove any bulky over garments and any other items in their possession capable of being divested and these are separately checked by primary screening processes

2

Conduct a frisk search of a person

2.1

A frisk search of a person is carried out using the methods and techniques detailed in the organisation’s procedures and taking into account social or cultural differences

2.2

The frisk search is conducted by gently running open hands over the outer garments covering the relevant part of the person, to an extent sufficient to enable the screening officer to be satisfied that no prohibited items are located on the relevant part of the person

2.3

A hand-held metal detector is used to assist in identifying the area to be searched. This may include the sensitive areas of the person’s body

2.4

If the source of an alarm cannot be resolved due to it being in a sensitive area on the person, a more thorough and private search is conducted as per the organisation’s procedures including escorting the person to a private area (such as a search room) to identify and remove the source of the alarm

2.5

Correct work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) principles as per the organisation’s procedures are followed during the conduct of a frisk search of persons

2.6

Customer service principles as per the procedures and standards are applied throughout a frisk search of a person during the screening process

2.7

If cleared, the person is allowed to proceed to the sterile area

3

Apply special frisk search methods

3.1

Special screening methods and requirements are applied when conducting a frisk search of infants and children as per the organisation’s procedures

3.2

Special screening methods and requirements are applied when conducting a frisk search of disabled persons or other persons with special needs as per the organisation’s procedures

4

Respond to detection of weapons or prohibited items during the frisk search

4.1

In the event of discovery of weapons, and/or prohibited items during the frisk search, response occurs as per the organisation’s procedures

4.2

If detected, a prohibited item or weapon is handled and stored as per the organisation’s procedures

5

Maintain records of a frisk search

5.1

All records of the frisk search including written consents are maintained as per the organisation’s procedures