1. fixed line patrols: patrol personnel carry out regular round trip inspection and inspection within a certain period of time according to the specified route. That is, the patrols start from A point to B point, then go back to A point along the original road from B point to conduct regular patrol along the line and reverse line.
2. line patrols: also called indefinite line patrols, indicating that patrols are free to select patrol routes in their area of responsibility in accordance with the needs of their patrols, and patrol in a tortuous manner. This method of patrol is helpful to mobilize the enthusiasm and initiative of the patrols, and it is not easy to be understood and mastered, and it is also convenient for the parts of the patrols to be brought into the line of sight of the patrol personnel.
3. the combination of alignment and random line refers to the way in which patrols cross patrols and patrols on patrol according to specific circumstances. This method is well used, it is more conducive to the control of time and space, and can achieve the effect of omni-directional prevention.
The combination of 4. points and lines: the so-called "point" refers to the more important parts of the patrol area, or vulnerable to problems and weak links. "Line" refers to the patrolling extension line formed by connection of several points. The combination of point and line is not only to carry out the key inspection and vigilance in the small scope of the "point", but also to travel through the "line" and tour control, so as to do the key inspection and take into account the line.
5. "three point" patrolling teams: in the patrol, the patrols of the patrols are composed of three points, each of which is a patrol group consisting of two to three people with a distance of 10 to 15 meters. Such a patrol will increase the scope of the patrols, expand the coverage of patrols, reduce the runaway time and space of the patrols, and enhance the ability of the overall combat.