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Who is the owner of Order 284 - All Hazards Plan?

Assistant Chief of Special Events

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The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (JSO) has adopted the _____ and _____ as the method of response to organize both short-term and long-term field-level operations for an “All Hazards” approach to a broad spectrum of emergencies ranging from small to complex incidents, both natural and manmade.

National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Incident Command System (ICS)

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______ – Directives issued by the President of the United States on matters pertaining to Homeland Security.

Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD)/Presidential Policy Directive (PPD)

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The NRF is designed to reflect the policy established in the _____ and _____ to create a single comprehensive approach to domestic incident management.

Homeland Security Act of 2002, and HSPD 5

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The _____ was designed to enhance the ability of the United States to manage domestic incidents including terrorist attacks, major disasters, and other emergencies by establishing a single comprehensive approach to domestic incident management.

HSPD 5

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_____ is a component of NIMS and is a standard incident management organization with five functional areas

ICS

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The five functional areas of ICS

command, operations, planning, logistics, and finance/administration

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Lieutenants and Administration – in addition to (1a-d and 2), shall complete, _______ prior to or after promotion.

ICS 400 Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff – Complex Incidents

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_____ establishes the organizational and procedural framework, as authorized by Chapter 252, Florida State Statute (F.S.S.) to ensure that the City of Jacksonville (COJ)/Duval County is prepared to deal with “all hazards.”

CEMP

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The CEMP emphasizes action within the four phases of the Emergency Management cycle:

Preparedness, Response, Recovery and Mitigation.

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The _____ defines the functional roles and responsibilities of each government entity that partners in the City of Jacksonville/Duval County’s disaster organization and their relationship to each other.

CEMP

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The CEMP is organized into four essential elements: _____, _____ and _____

The Basic Plan and three annexes that address Hazard Specific Plans (HSPs), Interagency Coordinating Procedures (ICP’s), and Standardized Operating Guidelines (SOG’s).

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_____ – are based on the COJ/Duval County’s vulnerability to specific hazards discussed in the situation section of the CEMP’s Basic Plan.

Hazard Specific Plan (HSP)

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_____ – detail by name the lead, participating and coordinating entities and their roles and responsibilities in the four phases of an emergency or disaster.

Interagency Coordinating Procedure (ICP)

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Each ICP outlines _____ or _____ that are generic to all agencies regardless of the hazard.

specific tasks or “functional” procedures

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_____ - are procedures or guidelines that are agency specific and utilized by that agency to accomplish the functions, missions or activities outlined by corresponding HSPs or ICPs.

Standardized Operating Guidelines (SOG)

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Emergency Preparedness Coordinator (EPC) – _____.

The Commanding Officer of the Field Training Office/Emergency Preparedness Unit

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ICS is applicable across disciplines and is normally structured to facilitate activities in five major functional areas:

Command; Operations; Planning; Logistics; and Finance and Administration.

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ICS is a proven management tool representing “_____” and has become the standard for all hazard emergency operations management, ensuring unity of command and providing a framework for more efficient and effective response and recovery coordination.

best practices

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_____ and _____ action is required to minimize loss of life, reduce property damage, and permit involved authorities to fulfill their responsibilities.

Immediate and decisive

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While disasters, critical incidents, and/or terrorist/weapons of mass destruction (WMD) incidents are complex by nature, every incident is different and therefore, _______ is the key.

coordination

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The ICS permits a clear point of control with various elements of support, which can be _____ or _____ with ease to escalating or diminishing situations.

expanded and/or contracted

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_____ is the principal planner and advisor to the Sheriff on critical incidents involving the JSO.

The Chief of Homeland Security

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_____ was developed so responders from different jurisdictions and disciplines can work together better to respond to natural disasters and emergencies, including acts of terrorism.

NIMS

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NIMS benefits include: (5)

a unified approach to incident management
standard ICS
emphasis on preparedness
mutual aid
resource management.

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To provide this framework for interoperability and compatibility, the NIMS is based on an appropriate balance of _____ and _____.

flexibility and standardization

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The NIMS provides a ____, ____ and ____ national framework within which government and private entities at all levels can work together to manage domestic incidents, regardless of their cause, size, location, or complexity.

consistent, flexible, and adjustable

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phases of incident management: (5)

prevention, preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation.

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The NIMS provides a set of standardized organizational structures such as the ____, ____ and ____

ICS, multiagency coordination systems, and public information systems.

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A _____incident/event is the most complex requiring national resources to safely and effectively manage and operate.

Type 1

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This type of incident/event will be run by the Emergency Operations Center following the guidelines established in the COJ’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan.

Type 1 and Type 2

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A _____ incident/event extends beyond the capabilities for local control and is expected to go into multiple operational periods.

Type 2

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This incident/event may require the response of resources out of the area, including regional and/or national resources to manage effectively the operations, command, and general staffing.

Type 2

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A _____ incident/event extends beyond the capabilities of the initial response and the incident may extend into multiple operational periods.

Type 3

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This incident/event would typically involve the call up of additional departmental or COJ resources.

Type 3

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At this level, the incident may be managed by one of the COJ’s _____ All Hazard Incident Management Teams or depending on the complexity of the situation; it may be run by the Emergency Operational Center.

Type 3
Type 3

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Type 3: Initial response activities will be documented on an _____.

Incident Briefing form (ICS Form 201)

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This form will be used in real-time to assist in activating the ICS.

Incident Briefing form (ICS Form 201)

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This form will serve as foundation for the development of a formal Incident Action Plan for the next operational period and for the transfer of command.

Incident Briefing form (ICS Form 201)

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Type 3: A written Incident Action Plan which will include, at a minimum: (3)

(a) Incident Objectives (ICS Form 202);
(b) Organization Assignment List (ICS Form 203); and
(c) Assignment List (ICS Form 204).

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Optional forms which may be included in the Incident Action Plan, depending on the complexity of the situation: (4)

(a) Incident Radio Communications Plan (ICS Form 205);
(b) Medical Plan (ICS Form 206);
(c) Organizational Chart (ICS Form 207); and
(d) Safety Message (ICS Form 208).

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Additional forms may be used for documentation, depending on the complexity of the situation: (3)

(a) Incident Status Summary (ICS Form 209);
(b) General Message (ICS Form 213); and
(c) Unit Log (ICS Form 214).

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A ____ incident/event is when several resources are required to mitigate the incident and the incident is usually limited to one operational period.

Type 4

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Type 4 incidents that require a Watch Commanders response will be documented using the_____

ICS 201 Form

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A _____ incident/event can be handled with one or two resources and does not extend into any additional operational periods.

Type 5

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When a supervisor has verified that an incident/event meets the definition of a Type 1 – 4 incident/event, they will notify the _____ via the Police Emergency Communications Supervisor to request available resources (e.g., mobile command vehicle, generators, fuel truck, tents, tarps, shovels, traffic cones, barricades, etc.);

Commanding Officer of the Emergency Preparedness Unit

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The _____ is a management system designed to enable effective and efficient domestic incident management by integrating a combination of facilities, equipment, personnel, procedures, and communications operating within a common organizational structure, designed to enable effective and efficient domestic incident management.

ICS

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A basic premise of ICS is that it is ____ and ____

widely applicable and modular.

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ICS is organized into ____ and _____

Command Staff and General Staff

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ICS Command Staff (3)

Safety, Liaison, and Public Information

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ICS General Staff (4)

Operations, Planning, Logistics, and Finance