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Flashcards in Chapter 5 Intergovernmental Relations Deck (11):
1

Local governments may turn to __________ when the needs resulting from an incident surpass the local and state agency's resources.

Federal resources

2

MABAS

Mutual aid box alarm system, Which is an agreement in which local, state, regional, and national response is requested through a decree for a large– scale emergency

3

__________ are the primary responders to emergencies within their jurisdictions

Local governments

4

Various local, county, and state– level organizations provide services to government through __________

Emergency relief centers

5

__________ was created to help coordinate volunteer activities and that will make our communities safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to any emergency situation

Citizen corps

6

An __________ team provides the synchronization, coordination, And integration of governmental and nongovernmental activities to achieve the goal

Intergovernmental

7

A fire department must interact with the community to gain insight into the community needs. This can be done by developing a __________ , which can be dovetailed into the departments public education program and he can improve community relations

Citizens advisory board

8

Are since the inception of the 911 system, many communities have redesigned their emergency operation plans to have more of an __________ approach.

All hazards

9

The most important factor in determining the long-term success of an emergency response to a major emergency is the performance of the local __________

Emergency management team

10

__________ is the level to which all emergency and nonemergency response agencies can share information and thereby act in a close– knit, interactive manner

Interoperability

11

A __________ is typically described as a principle or rule to guide decisions and achieve rational outcomes

Policy