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"A dismounted movement technique where an officer holds covered position while observing the incident site as another officer moves forward towards cover."

Bounding/over watch

2

Is supervisory approval necessary in order to deploy into a crisis site if there is an active shooter?

No

3

Before initiating a single officer response, what should you do?

Notify HQ of your point of entry

4

Once entry is made, where should officers go?

Move directly to stimulus that could ID suspect's location.

5

Should officers bypass victims when searching for suspect?

Yes

6

What should officers clear first?

Hallways first
Then room to room

7

What is the five point discrimination process?

Whole person
Hands
Waistline
Immediate area
Demeanor

8

Officers should maintain _____ degree security at all time.

540 degree

9

Move only as fast as you can _____ information.

Process

10

What are the goals for the use of rapid response?

Prevent further loss of life by neutralizing human threat
Provide rapid medical attention

11

While moving through crisis area, officers should notify HQ or on scene supervisor the location of;?

Injured victims (green or red)
Downed officer and status
IED

12

If you find IED what should you announce?

"Bomb cover!"

13

Is it ok to mark IED with chem light?

Yes

14

If the IED is thrown at you, but will land within ____ feet, what should you do?

15 feet
Yell "bomb cover!"

15

Was does SIM mean?

Security
Immediate action plan
Medical

16

If suspect barricades, and all deadly activity has stopped, what do you do?

Take cover and contain suspect

17

What are the five C's?

Contain
Control
Communicate
Call SWAT
Create a plan for....

18

Should ICS be implemented?

Yes

19

Who will assume primary role on their arrival?

SWAT

20

Should officers move injured victims by hand over long distances?

No set up CCP

21

_____ is the maximum realistic number of officers moving due to a difficultly in coordination in larger numbers

5 officers

22

If no stimulus is heard, ____ options exist; move down hallways conducting quick interviews as you clear, or begin clearing room to room.

2 options

23

Who owns the Rapid Response To Active Threats Administrative Order?

Assistant Chief of Special Operations

24

____- an individual activity engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.

Active Shooter

25

____ - Officers formed as an organized team that is tasked with locating, confining and/or neutralizing the active shooter threat.

Contact Team

26

What team reports casualty locations, status (red vs green)and number of victims to Tactical?

Contact Team

27

Who is responsible for identifying and communicating causality collection points once the threat has been addressed?

Contact Team

28

The act of multiple Armed law enforcement elements establishing positive communication and identification as they join to become one operational element is called what?

Link-up Operations

29

An area in the perimeter where security measures are in place is called a _____ Zone.

Warm Zone

30

_______- A team of EMS and police that operate in the warm zone to triage patients, provide care, and coordinate causality evacuation.

Rescue Task Force

31

____ - the officer or supervisor responsible for the management, communications and coordination of all contact teams and rescue task forces inside the warm zone and hot zone during an active shooter event.

Tactical

32

Once a complete Contact Team has entered to engage the active threat, the next arriving officer or _______ will take tactical control and direct the movement of subsequent teams in the hot zone and warm zone.

Supervisor

33

The officer or supervisor who has arrived after a Contact Team has entered and is directing resources is referred to as a ______.

Tactical

34

If the IED device thrown at officers will land within _____ feet, utilize the call “BOMB GO” and move quickly past the device and prepare to engage the suspect.

15 feet

35

A Rescue Task Force is comprised of _____ police officers to provide security for _____ EMS personnel.

2-4 police officers
2 EMS

36

The ICS Commander should consider which of the five following options are appropriate for providing medical treatment:

1.establish CCP
2. Provide offices with transport devices and preposition vehicles within 1 building away
3. Deploy Rescue Task Forces
4. Tactical will request JFRD triage officer to working with Tactical

37

How often will this policy be reviewed by Assitant Chief of Special Operations?

Annual review

38

Tactical will request a ________ Officer from JFRD to work directly with him in addition to any JFRD Command Staff that may be part of Unified Command at CP.

Triage Officer

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