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8.01 - CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT (04/25/2014)

The Department’s Critical Incident Management Unit (CIMU) is tasked with coordination of critical incident:

Planning, Training, Response, and Exercises.

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8.01 - CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT (04/25/2014)

Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) is utilized by whom?

By all Local, County,and State agencies to ensure a standardized response to incidents regardless of where they occur in the State.

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8.01 - CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT (04/25/2014)

What is a centralized point for police department coordination during multiple, complex, or lengthy operations called?

Department Operations Center (DOC)

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8.01 - CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT (04/25/2014)

A location for multi-department management personnel to monitor an incident, develop management level strategies, and to serve as a central information center is called:

Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

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8.01 - CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT (04/25/2014)

Who is in charge of formulating and executing the tactical plan to accomplish the mission of the incident commander?

SWAT Mission Leader

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

What provides a management structure and system for conducting on-site emergency operations?

Incident Command System (ICS)

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

ICS shall be utilized on all critical incidents. True or False?

TRUE

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

ICS is designed to allow its user(s) to adopt an integrated organizational structure of single or multiple incidents without being hindered by:

Jurisdictional boundaries

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

It is essential for any management system that common terminology be established for the following components:

Organizational functions, Resources, and Facilities.

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

"Organizational functions” refer to a standard set of five major predesignated functions:

1. Command
2. Operations
3. Planning and Intelligence
4. Logistics
5. Finance/Administration.

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

ICS develops in a __________fashion based on the nature, size, and anticipated duration of an incident.

Modular

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

Incident Action plan may be in either written or oral format, depending upon the situation. True or False?

TRUE

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

Generally, the span of control should range from _______________subordinates.

Three to Seven

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

What are the Pre-Designated Incident Facilities?

1. Staging Areas;
2. Incident Command Posts;
3. Temporary Evacuation Points; and,
4. Mass Care Centers.

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

What is absolutely essential to resource accountability?

Strict accountability

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8.02 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) (09/20/2013)

During multi-discipline incidents, ___________
should be used when communicating with outside agencies.

“Clear Text” (no codes)

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

Critical incidents often involve multiple disciplines (fire, police, medical, public works, etc.) and, in some cases, multiple jurisdictions. A single location of command should be established, and this is called...

Incident Command Post (ICP)

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

Where do the primary incident command functions (Command, Planning & Intelligence, Operations, Logistics, and Finance & Administration) perform?.

Incident Command Post (ICP)

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

Mobile vehicles – the SDPD has several types of vehicles:

Mobile 1, Mobile 2, Mobile 3, and Mobile 8.

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

What is Mobile 1?

A 40-foot Mobile Command Post Vehicle - contain specialized command, control, and communications
equipment to assist with this mission.

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

What is Mobile 2?

A 24-foot Mobile Command Post Vehicle - contain specialized command, control, and communications
equipment to assist with this mission.

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

What is Mobile 3?

A 44-foot Mobile Decontamination/Prisoner Processing Vehicle with two holding cells.

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

What is Mobile 8?

A Portable Restroom Trailer with four toilets

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

In the event of a catastrophic communications breakdown, which Mobile unit may be used as a back-up communication center?

Mobile 1

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

Incoming resources should be directed to where?

The Staging Area for check-in, briefing, and assignments.

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8.03 - INCIDENT COMMAND POST (04/11/2014)

Whenever possible, the Emergency Negotiations Team (ENT) Command Van shall be set up within ______ yards of a barricaded individual.

300

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8.04 - CONTINGENCY / INCIDENT ACTION PLAN (1/31/14)

Contingency and Incident Action Plans will vary in content and form depending on the_____ and of ______ of the incident.

1. Nature
2. Size

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8.04 - CONTINGENCY / INCIDENT ACTION PLAN (1/31/14)


A plan developed for planned events such as concerts, parades, known demonstrations, etc.

Contingency Plan

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8.04 - CONTINGENCY / INCIDENT ACTION PLAN (1/31/14)

A plan developed at the field and Department Operations Center (DOC) levels during incidents that occur with little or no warning.

Incident Action Plan

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8.04 - CONTINGENCY / INCIDENT ACTION PLAN (1/31/14)

What are the FIVE steps in preparing a pre-emergency Contingency Plan?

1. Tactical intelligence gathering
2. Staffing
3. Incident evaluation
4. Assessment of resources
5. Staff briefings