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OPENING:

• I know we use the Incident Command System to manage all emergency incidents in accordance with NIMS/SEMS.
• When managing an incident, I will make sure we are executing our Department’s Mission of Providing the Highest Level of Safety, Service, and Security and I will accomplish this by executing all 4 of our departmental goals; including:
• I will also make sure our employees have the tools, equipment, and training they need to do the job we are asking them to do, including:
o TOOL/EQUIPMENT: Having a well-maintained vehicle fleet and PPE gear
o TRAINING:
 Officer safety related training; the annual certification on the CHP 199, and other training opportunities including AOST and the Tactical Supervisors Course.
 Also want to make sure they are receiving their required shoots per HPM 70.8
o POLICY:
 I want to make sure they are reviewing our polies contained in HPM 70.6 on a quarterly basis.
 I also want to make sure they we are talking with our employees in briefings, ride alongs, and SRVOT’s about shooting incidents so they know their roles/responsibilities

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INITIAL RESPONSE:

• Upon hearing this broadcast, I’ll immediately respond along with my officers and sergeants and make sure we are requesting the resources we’ll need to mitigate this incident:
o Fire, Medical, Life Flight,
o K-9, Air Ops
o Allied Agencies

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INITIAL RESPONSE CONT:

• While responding, I will gather as much information as I can and ensure immediate notifications to:
o Chain of Command and keep them informed as often as possible.
o ENTAC
o TMC for a sig alert, and CalTrans for assistance with a long-term closure.
o I will also notify adjoining allied agency law enforcement and adjoining CHP Areas to assist with peripheral calls as this will likely tax our resources.

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iNITIAL RESPONSE CONT:

• Upon arrival, I will assume incident command responsibilities and ensure we are taking proactive steps to resolve this incident:
o Make sure shooting has stopped, suspects are disarmed and in custody, and if not in custody, ensure that we are taking apprehension efforts including, setting up a perimeter, broadcasting BOL’s and Blue Alerts, and utilizing K-9 and Air Operations, as well all other resources at our disposal to get these individuals in custody.
o Make sure we are addressing any other threats
o I’ll assign an Officer to any suspects we have in custody & I’ll assign an officer to any unsecured weapons.
o Obtain public safety Statement

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INITIAL RESPONSE CONT:

• I will assess the scene and determine the need for protective measures such: MR PESS*
o Medical aid is being performed or staged
o Rescue operations are being performed or planned if needed.
o Public Warning, are being made, especially when suspect is outstanding. (Air Ops PA broadcast, emergency broadcast system, media advisory)
o Evacuations: AND
o Shelter in Place: are being conducted if necessary
o Scene Security: To provide safety for on-scene personnel and protect potential criminal evidence; Utilize physical barriers and crime scene tape beyond any piece of evidence with designated ingress and egress locations.
o *If Officer is injured, assign another officer to accompany them to hospital and secure their gear

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INITIAL RESPONSE CONT:

• Take care of Officers involved in the shooting:
o Assign an Officer to each of them.
o Have uninjured employees transported to a safe and secure location; probably the area office where they have access to restroom, food/drinks, phone.
o I will not isolate them and will allow them to speak to other Officers and their family, just not about the incident.
 Will not allow their weapon to be removed without CIIT team’s knowledge.
 Will not allow them to change out of their uniform without the CITT teams knowledge
 Do not allow to be interviewed or interrogated without CIIT team knowledge.

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INCIDENT COMMAND POST

• I will establish a Unified Incident Command Post in a safe location AND ensure it is distinctly marked to make it readily identifiable. AD LiPSS
o Activate needed ICS positions: (COP LF) Command, Operations, Planning, Logistics/intelligence, Finance, AND
 This includes ensuring our Officers and resources are being taken care of with breaks, food, water, restrooms.
o Develop and disseminate an Incident Action Plan.

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INCIDENT COMMAND POST CONT:

• I will APPOINT: “LiPSS”
o Liaison: for communications with allied agencies
o PIO: to handle the media, including a staging area and handle all media inquiries at the direction of the Commander.
o Scribe: to record on-scene activity and personnel on scene. They will be positioned at the designated ingress and egress location.
o Sergeant or Safety Officer: [IF NECESSARY: Ex: Research personnel files to contract family members, transportation to hospital, and/or handle hospital duties. Or to develop a safety plan]

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INCIDENT COMMAND POST CONT:

• As the incident Commander, I will continually evaluate the incident to ensure we have proper personnel, equipment and resources to successfully mitigate the incident AND I will keep management updated on a frequent basis.
 CIIT
 MAIT
 ISU or Allied agency having criminal investigatory responsibility
 Coroner, Evidence Tow, clean-up crews, etc…
• I will remain as Incident Commander until properly relieved or the incident has concluded.

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AFTER ACTION REVIEW:

• Make sure my Sergeants, Officers, Dispatchers, and other resources have access to EAP, PEER SUPPORT, and CRITICAL INCIDENT DEBRIEFS.
o I know our officers involved in the shooting will be required to undergo a CRITICAL INCIDENT DEBRIEFING within 72 HOURS
• Conduct debriefing with ALL personnel where we can also address MOU’s concerns and any training needs.

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AFTER ACTION REVIEW CONT:

• Ensure all required documentation is complete, including:
• After Action Review is submitted
• CHP 268s & CHP 275
• CHP 121 packages
• Comm-net (Unusual Occurrence)
• *DOJ form if there is an in-custody death

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CLOSING

As a Lieutenant, I will manage these scenes in a manner that protects our employees, protects the public, reduces civil liability, protects the image of the Highway Patrol, and maximizes trust within our communities.