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AUC 306 - FIRECAP - CHILDREN'S ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

During the 9x6 tour, you are sitting in your office at E-287, FF Lee enters and informs you that he has a child downstairs in house watch that knocked on the front door. The child was being harassed by a gang outside on the street and came to the firehouse asking for help. What actions should you take?

- notify dispatch that company is out of service and that unit is operating at a verbal to assist a child

- request P.D. response

- additional particulars provided to dispatcher as warranted

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AUC 306 - FIRECAP - CHILDREN'S ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

E-287 is out procuring the meal, as the officer you are sitting in the rig monitoring the radio when a little kid comes up to the apparatus asking for help because a creepy man is following him and he fears for his safety. What actions should you take?

- notify dispatch that company is out of service and that unit is operating at a verbal alarm to assist a child

- request the response of P.D.

- provide dispatch with additional particulars as warranted

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AUC 306 - FIRECAP - CHILDREN'S ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

E-287 has put out a verbal for a child in need of assistance. P.D. has arrived on scene and e-287 transfers the child into police custody. The officer must take what actions when returned to QUATERS?

- forward a BF-25

- make appropriate journal eateries containing circumstances of incident, child's name and identity of police officer let in charge.

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AUC 306 - FIRECAP - CHILDREN'S ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

A child has approached E-287 for assistance and you as the officer has reason to believe that the child has suffered or will suffer abuse or maltreatment from parent/guardian. As the officer, what must you do?

File a mandated report (EMS will do this)

To facilitate this report:

- request P.D. Response

- F.D.N.Y EMS Supervisor

- ambulance

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AUC 306 - FIRECAP - CHILDREN'S ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

A child has come to E-287 asking for help, the parent/guardian of the child is trying to get the kid to come back inside thir car with him. You have reasons to believe that returning that child to their parent/guardian would present an imminent danger to the life or health of the child. What should you do?

- officer shall take child into protective custody

- transfer such custody to police department upon arrival

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AUC 306 ADD1 - ORDERING MATERIAL FOR SCHOOL & FIREHOUSE VISITS

A teacher from the school located across the street has called and spoken to you the officer to arrange for her 1st grade class to come visit the firehouse. As a good officer you want to have some fire cap and fire safety materials for the children to have when they come to visit. Who must you contact, how many days prior, what information must be included in the request and who should you expect to deliver such materials?

- notify the officer of public safety

- request must be made 7 days prior to event

- request must contain:
Unit, battalion, division
School name or number
Grade of class
Number of students
Community board number where school is located

- division messenger will deliver materials

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AUC 306 ADD2 - ABANDONED INFANT PROTECTION ACT

TRUE/FALSE

If a parent approaches a firehouse with an infant and want to leave custody of the infant with the firehouse, one of the first actions firemen do is to determine the age of the infant. Only infants less than 5 days old can be left at firehouses.

FALSE

**The Department has agreed to the use of our facilities as a safe haven for one reason only, to protect the lives of abandoned infants. Members are not expected or required to determine if the infant is less than five days old or has been abused before assuming custody. Our sole purpose is to provide a safe haven for an endangered infant.**

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AUC 306 ADD2 - ABANDONED INFANT PROTECTION ACT

A woman approaches L-136 during BISP and abandons her infant child with them. What should the officer do?

- contact borough communications office

- request the response of an ambulance, inform communications office that unit is in custody of abandoned infant

- unit is placed O.O.S - 10-99 unit the arrival of ambulance

**ems ambulance is responsible for filing report**

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AUC 306 ADD2 - ABANDONED INFANT PROTECTION ACT

What report must company officers make when made aware of unit's possession of an abandoned infant?

UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE REPORT

- date and time custody was assumed

- how notified

- race and sex of infant

- time custody was assumed by ambulance crew

- unit designation and shield number of ambulance member assuming custody

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AUC 306 ADD2 - ABANDONED INFANT PROTECTION ACT

While you are sitting upstairs in the office of E-287 you receive a call from dispatch informing you that someone has reported leaving an infant on the firehouse doorstep. What actions should you take?

- immediately order a diligent search of area adjacent to firehouse

If infant is found: contact the Borough Communications Office, request the response of an ambulance, and inform the dispatcher that the unit is in custody of an abandoned infant.

If search proves negative:
- dispatcher notified
- journal entry made
- unusual occurrence report forwarded including areas searched and results of search

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