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1

The Incident Commander’s responsibility is the _____.

overall management of the incident

2

_____is responsible for all Command and General Staff positions until he designates a qualified individual to fill a specific position.

Incident Commander

3

_____ on scene is the Incident Commander until he is relieved by a more qualified or credentialed

first individual

4

The _____ is responsible for managing tactical operations at the incident site to reduce immediate hazards, save lives and property, establish situation control, and restore normal conditions.

Operations Section

5

The Incident Commander responsibilities include Overall management of the incident, including: (9)

(a) Activate the ICS;
(b) Establish safety requirements;
(c) Establish the immediate priorities;
(d) Establish an appropriate ICS organization;
(e) Determine the Incident Objectives and strategy;
(f) Establish an incident command post;
(g) Mobilization of additional agency personnel and resources;
(h) Approve and authorize the implementation of an Incident Action Plan; and
(i) Notifying and updating members of the Sheriff’s administration.

6

The Incident Commander responsibilities include establish Command Staff positions, as needed, including:

(a) Safety Officer
(b) Liaison Officer
(c) Public Information Officer

7

_____ – ensure adequate safety measures are in place;

Safety Officer

8

_____ – coordinate with key people, officials, and outside agencies;

Liaison Officer

9

_____ – provide public information (approved by the Incident Commander); establish a Joint Information Center (if needed) to maintain media relations.

Public Information Officer

10

_____ - is responsible for managing tactical operations at the incident site to reduce immediate hazards, save lives and property, establish situation control, and restore normal conditions.

Operations Section

11

The Operations function will address the following, although not limited to: (7)

(1) Establishing perimeters;
(2) Conducting evacuations;
(3) Maintaining the incident scene security;
(4) Providing for detainee transportation, processing, and confinement;
(5) Directing and controlling traffic;
(6) Establishing a staging area for resources; and
(7) Conducting post-incident investigations.

12

_____ - is responsible for collecting, evaluating, disseminating, and using information about the incident, and the status of incident assigned resources.

Planning Section

13

_____ – Section is responsible for providing manpower, facilities, services, and materials in support of the incident response.

Logistics

14

_____ participates in developing and implementing the Incident Action Plan, determines anticipated equipment and manpower needs, and activates and supervises Branches and Units within this section

The Logistics Section Chief

15

______ – Section is responsible for all financial and cost analysis aspects of the incident and for supervising members of the this Section.

Finance/Administrationt

16

The Incident Command will establish the sixth functional area, _____, based on the requirement of the situation at hand.

Intelligence

17

Develop the form of the organization to match the _____ or _____ to be performed;

function or task

18

Staff only those functional elements that are required to ______;

perform the task

19

Deactivate organizational elements _____

no longer required;

20

Use the _____ to organize staff as the need arises;

separate sections

21

Recognize and anticipate the requirement that organizational elements will be activated and take the necessary steps to _____ as appropriate;

delegate authority

22

Establish ______ as needed, strategically located, to support field operations;

incident facilities

23

Establish the use of _____ for organizational functional elements, position titles, facilities, and resources when other city departments and/or assisting law enforcement agencies become involved;

common terminology

24

Rapidly evolve from providing oral direction to the development of a written _____;

Incident Action Plan

25

Watch Commanders will refer to the _____ for position specific guidance related to the ICS.

Florida Field Operations Guide