Appreciations Flashcards Preview

CIB Induction > Appreciations > Flashcards

Flashcards in Appreciations Deck (11):

What are the two forms of making an appreciation?

-Full formal appreciation.
-Shortened note appreciation.


An appreciation is a form of ...

Problem solving


What are the four basic steps (in order) for making an appreciation?

Courses open


What is an aim?

The aim is the whole objective of the exercise. Ie a goal.
Should start with the word "To..."
It should be brief and to the point, and must be only one objective


What is the commanders intent

That is what you have been tasked to do or what the situation may require of you.


What are Constraints?

A constraint is a limitation given to you by he 'commanders intent'
Ie - only have three staff


What is a factor?

A factor is a fact, influence or circumstance contributing to a result.

For each factor and each deduction ask yourself "so what" and "therefore".

Examples of factors include:
- ground
- weather
- timing
- budget
- number of persons to be policed
- human resources or their level of traning


What is 'courses open'?

Courses open are based on he deductions that come from he factors relevant to the situation.

You should evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each course and identify the best option.


What is a 'plan'?

The plan is the logical result of the best course.

Your plan must not introduce new matter that wasn't covered during the appreciation. It must be a clear, definite and practical.

The common form for police uses the gsmeac framework.


What are some benefits of making an appreciation?

-informs all police members what is expected of them
-increases chance of success
-manages risk
-outlines a sequence of events
-reduces uncertainty
-eliminates duplication.
Effective use of resources
Ensures nothing overlooked


Why should you record your decisions?

Demonstrates accountability and integrity of the investigation.
Helps the team to understand
Helpful for reviews down the track.