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OI 287.16 Escorting detained aliens classified dangerous by the Service.
FAA regulations require Service Officers who are escorting aliens on commercial air carriers to insure that: (1) The carrier has been notified at least one hour, or in an emergency as soon as practicable before departure (A) The identity of the escorted alien and the flight on which he will be carried: and (B) Whether the escorted alien is considered dangerous by the Service. (2) The escorting officers must assure the carrier that (A) The alien in custody does not have on or about his person or property,
any article that could be used as a dangerous weapon and would be accessible to him while aboard the aircraft; and (B) The escorting officer is equipped with adequate restraining devices to be used in the event the alien becomes unruly. (3) The detained alien must be in the custody of at least two officers if he is classified as dangerous by the Service.
The detained alien and the escorting officers shall be (1) Boarded before all other enplaning passengers and deplaned after all other deplaning passengers have left; and (2) Seated in the rearmost passenger seats that are neither located in any lounge area, nor located next to or directly across from any aircraft exit.
At least one escorting officer shall --(1) Sit between the escorted alien and the aisle; and (2) At all times accompany the detained alien keeping him under constant surveillance.
The airline may not --(1) Carry more than one alien classified dangerous by this Service with escorting officials on an aircraft carrying other passengers; or (2) Serve food or beverages or provide metal eating utensils to a detained alien unless authorized by the escorting officer.
No escorting officer(s) or detained alien may drink any alcoholic beverage while aboard an aircraft.