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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

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

Review and evaluate all tactical intelligence, data, and general information with the objective of identifying and prioritizing anticipated problems within the critical incident is which of the 5 steps?

Incident evaluation

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

What is required for the efficient return to normal operations?

A prioritized schedule of withdrawal

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

What is developed when an incident occurs spontaneously or does not allow for "preplanning?"

Incident Action Plan (IAP)

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

In all incidents, including riots, acts of terrorism, insurgency, or guerrilla tactics, the police goal remains to:

PROTECT LIVES & PROPERTY

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

A SWAT sergeant (or designated team leader) and ____ officers will be assigned to the PRT daily on each patrol watch .

SIX

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

The SRT is a full-time team composed of two sergeants, ______ officers, and one armorer.

TWELVE

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

The Sniper Team consists of two sergeants and___officers.

TEN

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

The PRT Assist allows Field Lieutenants or any Incident Commander to utilize on-duty PRT officers informally as a personnel resource. True or False?

TRUE

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

Can the PRT sergeant utilize officers assigned to the Special Equipment Vehicle (SEV) and armored vehicle during a PRT-Assist?

Will NOT unless necessary.

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

A Code-12 is a SWAT emergency; all responding SWAT officers will respond Code-3. True or False?

TRUE

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

Under most circumstances, who will be responsible for requesting a SWAT callout?

A field or investigative supervisor.

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

The supervisor does NOT need to be on scene to request a SWAT response. True or False?

TRUE - The supervisor may ascertain the need for a SWAT response from the details provided via radio or subsequent updates by on scene police personnel.

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

SWAT personnel shall be designated on all daily work schedules. This includes those officers on days off. True or False?

TRUE

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8.05 - SWAT UNIT (05/17/2013)

ENT will be called to the scene of all Code-11 or Code-12 incidents dealing with hostages or barricaded suspects. During all other SWAT responses, it's at who's discretion to call ENT?

Incident Commander

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

The Department's DOC will normally serve as the Area Command Post for incidents in which SDPD serves as the:

Incident Commander

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

What is the centralized point for Department coordination during multiple, complex, or lengthy operations.

Department Operations Center (DOC)

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

Where are DOC's located?

1. Primary - City Development Services Center
2. Alternate - any police area station.

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

Who may activate the DOC?

a. The Chief of Police;
b. The Duty Chief; or,
c. The Watch Commander.

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

Who is responsible for the mobilization and demobilization of the DOC?

Critical Incident Management Unit (CIMU)

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

All positions have pre-assigned staffing. However, initially, who may be assigned to a position to carry out the functions of that position until an assigned individual can arrive.

Any officer or supervisor

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

Who is responsible for updating DOC Manual that contains activation information, position duties checklists, and other information necessary for operations?

CIMU

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

What are the roles of the City's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) ?

a. Point of emergency management for the policy making level of local government
b. To provide inter-jurisdictional coordination
c. To provide inter-departmental coordination
d. To develop recovery plans, policies, and procedures
e. To serve as the central point of public information

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

Where is the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) located?

City's Development Services Center, 1222 First Avenue (Basement Level).

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

Who can activate the EOC?

a. Mayor (Director of Emergency Services)
b. Chief Operating Officer
c. Assistant Chief Operating Officer
d. Director for Infrastructure and Public Works
e. Police Chief
f. Fire-Rescue Chief

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

Under the California Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS), the EOC is to be activated whenever:

a. A "Local Emergency" is proclaimed; or,
b. A multi-jurisdictional incident occurs.

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

The EOC has two primary rooms:

1. Policy Room
2. Planning /Intelligence & Operations Room

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

Who's responsibilty to schedule the debriefing of DOC session, if deemed necessary?

CIMU Supervisor

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8.07 - PERSONNEL CALL-BACK (03/15/2013)

What is the time allowed for call-back?

ONE HOUR

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8.07 - PERSONNEL CALL-BACK (03/15/2013)

Personnel on training are NOT required to be called during a call-back. True or False?

FALSE - Supervisors shall call them.

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8.07 - PERSONNEL CALL-BACK (03/15/2013)

Communications Division also has in place the option to use the _______ call back system to call department command staff ( Chiefs, Captains, and Lieutenants) if needed.

“Alert San Diego”

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8.07 - PERSONNEL CALL-BACK (03/15/2013)

What other system may be used to communicate messages to offduty personnel?

Sigalert bulletins

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8.07 - PERSONNEL CALL-BACK (03/15/2013)

Civilian personnel employed by SDPD are considered___________,as defined in the California Labor Code.

“disaster service workers”,

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8.07 - PERSONNEL CALL-BACK (03/15/2013)

In the event landline and cellular communication capabilities are severely impacted or diminished, ________ will be an available frequency for the communication needs of Chiefs, Captains and other command staff.

Northeastern Disp1

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8.08 - PERSONNEL @ CRITICAL INCIDENTS (12/05/2012)

The Investigative Personnel Control Center (IPCC) shall be located:

Room 213

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8.08 - PERSONNEL @ CRITICAL INCIDENTS (12/05/2012)

The IPCC shall be activated by:

Captain of Investigations II

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8.08 - PERSONNEL @ CRITICAL INCIDENTS (12/05/2012)

When there is a need for investigative personnel, who will coordinate with the IPCC to fulfill the request?

Department Operations Center (DOC)

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8.09 - MEDIA @ CRITICAL INCIDENTS

Disaster and accident scenes may be closed to the public pursuant to 409.5 PC; however, news media representatives are exempt from this restriction. True or False?

TRUE

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8.09 - MEDIA @ CRITICAL INCIDENTS (08/16/2013)

Treat the scene of TOC the same as a:

Crime Scene

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8.09 - MEDIA @ CRITICAL INCIDENTS (08/16/2013)

"Freelance" reporters or photographers possessing a valid SDPD media credential will be deemed as authorized news media representatives. T or F?

TRUE

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8.09 - MEDIA @ CRITICAL INCIDENTS (08/16/2013)

A media staging/briefing area should be as close as possible to the Command Post without interfering with operations. True or False?

TRUE

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8.10 - MUTUAL AID (02/29/2012)

Mutual Aid is mandatory under what conditions?

“State of War” or a “State of Emergency” proclaimed by the Governor.

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8.10 - MUTUAL AID (02/29/2012)

Failure to properly utilize the "Law Enforcement Mutual Aid" guidelines could potentially:

Have significant liability and fiscal impacts.

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8.10 - MUTUAL AID (02/29/2012)

To request Law Enforcement Mutual Aid (LEMA), three conditions must be in effect:

1. An emergency must exist or be imminent;
2. The Chief/Duty Chief has determined the emergency situation may become, or is already, beyond the control of the Department’s resources;
3. A mission MUST exist.

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8.10 - MUTUAL AID (02/29/2012)

Mutual Aid is not used for large "pre-planned" events . True or False?

TRUE, unless an unanticipated emergency exists or is imminent.

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8.10 - MUTUAL AID (02/29/2012)

Requests from other agencies to receive Mutual Aid from the San Diego Police Department must be routed through whom?

San Diego Sheriff’s Department

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8.10 - MUTUAL AID (02/29/2012)

In many cases, what may be the most expeditious
method of providing mutual aid personnel?

Mobile Field Force (MFF)

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8.11 - INCIDENT REPORT PROCEDURES (03/28/2014)

All incident reports will bear the classification of:

"CONFIDENTIAL - FOR POLICE DEPARTMENT USE ONLY."

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8.11 - INCIDENT REPORT PROCEDURES (03/28/2014)

A file of incident reports, by year, will be kept where? In a chronological order for how long?

Operational Support Administration Unit
Five years.

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

Each facility will update their Code 100 plan:

ANNUALLY

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

A plan which outlines the procedures to follow in the event of a credible terrorist threat against a facility.

an Increased Security Plan

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

Who are responsible for the issuance of all visitor passes?

Front counter officers and Watch Commander's Office

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

Prior to being issued a visitor pass and gaining access to a police facility, ALL visitors and vendors subject to a criminal history background check. True or False

TRUE

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

What unit is available to assist with development of individual facility plans?

Critical Incident Management Unit (CIMU)

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

Facility Emergency plans include:

1. Evacuation Procedures;
2. Bomb Threats/Found Bombs;
3. Hazardous Material Accident/Release; and,
4. Hostage Situations

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

Increased Security Plans will be reviewed annually and approved by:

a. The SWAT Commanding Officer; and
b. The Commanding Officer of Opsl Support.

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

There are how may types of "Code 100" established?

a. Code 100 – Attack from Outside
b. Code 100 – Attack from Inside
c. Code 100 – Sniper

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

Each facility is responsible for annually reviewing and updating all Code 100 plans. Updated plans will be reviewed by:

a. The affected facility command;
b. The SWAT Unit; and,
c. The Critical Incident Management Unit.

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

During a Code-100 at an area command, where should all units respond to?

All units will move to within two blocks of the station under
attack

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

Code 100 at Eastern and Traffic Divisions, the supervisor in charge shall immediately notify whom?

Montgomery Field Airport Security

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS (OPCONs) may be initiated for terrorist threats and/or attacks, violent protests, riots, natural disasters, major accidents and other emergencies. True or False?

TRUE

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

Who is responsible for determining when an OPCON level should be implemented?

The Duty Chief

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

In an emergency, who can declare an OPCON level?

The Watch Commander

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

MARSEC is abbreviated for:

Maritime Security

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

LOW - MARSEC 1

[Low Risk of Terrorist Attacks]
GREEN - Normal operating conditions

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

GUARDED - MARSEC 1

[General Risk of Terrorist Attack, Violent Protests,
or other significant event.] - BLUE

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

ELEVATED - MARSEC 1

[Specific Risk of Terrorist Attack, Violent Protests,
or other significant event.] - YELLOW

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

HIGH - MARSEC 2

[High Risk of Terrorist Activity, Violent Protests,
or other significant event.] - ORANGE

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8.12 - STATION SECURITY (03/28/2014)

SEVERE - MARSEC 3

[Severe Risk of Terrorist Attack, Violent Protest, or
other significant event.] - RED

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8.13 - SWAT (05/30/2014)

SWAT Training Logistics Request form should be completed and submitted to the SWAT Armorer hoe long prior to the event date?

TWO WEEKS

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8.13 - SWAT (05/30/2014)

During operational deployment, who will have full responsibility for the SEV, as well as the equipment and supplies contained therein?

The SWAT mission leader

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8.13 - SWAT (05/30/2014)

Upon request, the SEV will be made available to all law enforcement agencies within this region. True or False?

TRUE - It will be transported by two SWAT officers and a SWAT supervisor to the requesting agency's location.

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8.14 - HOSTAGES & E.N.T. (11/27/2012)

Who determines whether ENT will be used in an
advisory or fully operational capacity.

Incident Commander

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8.14 - HOSTAGES & E.N.T. (11/27/2012)

When encounter a situation that involves a barricaded suspect, hostage taker, or suicidal individual, the procedures are recommended:

A. Contain the suspect
B. Isolate the scene
C. Establish a command post

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8.14 - HOSTAGES & E.N.T. (11/27/2012)

The preferred method of communication with a subject is by:

PHONE

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8.14 - HOSTAGES & E.N.T. (11/27/2012)
The decision to continue or discontinue Negotiations is the responsibility of the:

INCIDENT COMMANDER

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

Officer prepare a crime report (ARJIS-2), which will be forwarded to the MAST office with OR without a case number?

WITHOUT

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

If evidence of any other crime is discovered at the scene of an arson fire, a patrol officer will include that in the arson crime report. True or False?

FALSE - submit a separate crime report (ARJIS-2).

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

If MAST responds to the scene of an arson, who will be responsible for preparing an arson case report (ARJIS-2)?

The assigned MAST Investigator

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

For a bomb threat involving radioactive materials, biological agents, chemical agents, or nuclear explosive devices, Communications Division must notify who immediately?

The FBI

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

There is no need to turn off MCTs, 800 MHz radios, cellular phones, hand held computers with Internet access, and two-way pagers en route to, or searching for, a suspected device. T or F?

TRUE - Research has determined the need for rapid, clear communication is essential.

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

Upon arrival at a bomb call, officer should immediately move all persons away from the device and establish a perimeter:

A minimum 300-foot perimeter. If at all possible and practical, efforts should be made to increase perimeters to as far as 900 feet.

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

If evidence of any other crime is discovered at the scene of an arson fire, a patrol officer will be responsible for submitting a separate crime report. True or False?

TRUE - A patrol supervisor shall approve this report
and a copy shall be faxed or mailed to the MAST office.

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

Who shall have the responsibility for investigation of a found hoax explosive device?

MAST

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

Bomb threat at school, unless a suspicious item is found, a decision to evacuate the school rests with whom?

The school principal.

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

In a bomb threat-only at a school case, who will handle the investigation?

The area command Juvenile Services Team with the assistance from City Schools Police.

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Hazardous materials/waste may be found in one of three forms:

Gaseous, Solid, or Liquid.

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Weapons of Mass Destruction weapons/materials can be categorized in the following five groups using the acronym “B-NICE”:

1. Biological
2. Nuclear
3. Incendiary
4. Chemical
5. Explosive

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Initial safe distance for Hazardous material incident:

700 feet

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

If there is a possibility of a container exploding, the MINIMUM safe distance is:

2,000 feet

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Know your limitations as a police officer. Most officers are Level __ protected.

"D"

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

When toxic chemicals are involved, your best protection is:

1. Time – do not rush in;
2. Distance - keep a safe distance; and,
3. Shielding - put something between you and the incident

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Indicators for BIOLOGICAL attack:

1. Unusual # of Sick or dying people or animals.
2. Unscheduled or unusual sprayed material.
4. Abandoned spray or dispersion device.
7. Unusual swarms of insects.
10. Written or verbal threats.

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Indicators for NUCLEAR attack:

1. Placards or labeling.
2. Specialized packaging.
3. Written or verbal threats.

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Indicators for CHEMICAL attack:

1. Dead or sick people or animals.
2. Lack of insect life.
3. Unusual liquid droplets.
4. Discolored or dead plant life.
5. Unexplained odors.
6. Low lying clouds/plumes.
7. Unusual metal debris
8. Written or verbal threats.

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Indicators for INCENDIARY attack:

1. Written or verbal threats.
2. Smell of accelerant (e.g., gas, etc).
3. Unidentified/unexpected packages.
4. Bottles, cans or other containers....

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Indicators for EXPLOSIVE attack:

1. Abandoned containers.
2. Obvious devices.
3. Abandoned vehicles.
4. Strong chemical odors.
5. Unusual devices.
6. Trip wires/booby traps.
7. Suspicious mailing containers.
8. Written or verbal threats.

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

All exposed police personnel shall complete the Medical Status Report (RM-1634) and deliver it to the Watch Commander, who will keep it for how long?

72 hours

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

The Watch Commander will ensure all the Medical Status Report (RM-1634) be held for 72 hours, and do what with it after the 72 hour period?

SHRED IT

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

In the event of a hazardous material/waste incident involving a vehicle collision, WHO must approve the moving of the vehicle(s).

The Fire-Rescue Department Incident Commander

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

In the event of an incident that may involve an attempt to steal nuclear materials at General Atomics, a security officer or Alarms Unlimited dispatcher will call SDPD and state what?

"Condition White at GA Technology."

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

In the event an incident occurred at the General Atomics, where will field supervisor will set up the ICP?

At the intersection of John Jay Hopkins Drive at John Hopkins Court

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

If no contact can be made with General Atomics, the Incident Commander should assume what?

An attack on the facility has occurred and initiate a SWAT callout (Code-11).

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

There are how many components to the United States Department of Energy (DOE)transportation system?

1. Armed couriers,
2. Special vehicles, and
3. Communications.

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Who has the primary responsibility for clean-up and removal of hazardous material?

The Fire-Rescue Department's Hazardous Incident Response Team (HIRT)

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

Officers should not accept hazardous materials/waste from citizens. True or False?

TRUE

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES

A written report to the California Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics MUST be submitted after any aircraft accident in which property damage is sustained in excess of:

$400

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

An aircraft approaching the airfield or on the ground that is experiencing difficulty (minor or major). An emergency has been declared.

Alert II

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

An aircraft accident has occurred, or an accident is imminent on or near the airport. This includes aircraft fires.

Alert III

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

An aircraft or building is a target of a bomb threat.

Alert IV

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

Police Communications will notify the Critical Incident Management Unit when what type of Alert is received?

Alert II or III

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

The media will not be notified of any bomb report incident. True or False?

TRUE - however, information of newsworthy value will be available if/when requested by accredited media representatives.

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

When providing security at a crash site, the perimeter around the crash site should be at least:

400-foot

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

Who has exclusive responsibility for decisions involving law enforcement action with regard
to a hijacking when the aircraft is “in flight?”

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

Who has the exclusive responsibility when the aircraft is NOT “in flight?”

FBI

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

When is an aircraft considered “in flight?"

The moment all external doors are closed following passenger embarkation.

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

On request of the Harbor Police Watch Commander, how many SDPD officers will be dispatched for crowd control at the east and west rotundas of the passenger terminal ?

FOUR

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

The evacuation and isolation of a military aircraft crash site should be at least:

1,500 feet to avoid exposure to fire, explosion, and other hazards or the destruction of evidence.

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

Military personnel will assume control and responsibility for the immediate area surrounding the aircraft wreckage and all military aircraft debris, whether or not injuries or deaths have occurred. True or False?

TRUE

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8.18 - RIVER RESCUE (02/29/2012)

Does River Rescue include "property" threatened, surrounded, or entrapped by stationary or moving water?

YES

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8.18 - RIVER RESCUE (02/29/2012)

River rescues can be especially dangerous. Water velocity, undercurrent, debris, and other physical factors can couple with the rescuer's swimming ability, fatigue, and ________ to place the inexperienced rescuer in a life-threatening situation.

Determination

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8.18 - RIVER RESCUE (02/29/2012)

During any river rescue incident, who will assume overall command of the scene?

The senior San Diego Fire-Rescue Department member

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8.18 - RIVER RESCUE (02/29/2012)

Who will be responsible for overseeing the in-water rescue and for determining the procedures necessary to accomplish the rescue?

The senior River Rescue Team member

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8.19 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (03/28/2014)

Who is responsible for ensuring the City is in compliance with County, State, and Federal statutes regulating site storage of hazardous materials and wastes?

The Environmental Services Department

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8.19 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (03/28/2014)

All police facilities that store quantities of hazardous materials greater than, or equal to ________must have a Business Plan on file.

55 gallons, 500 pounds, 200 cubic feet of a compressed gas,

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8.19 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (03/28/2014)

A chemical or product for which a manufacturer or
producer is required by law to prepare a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is a Hazardous Material OR Hazardous Substance?

Hazardous Substance

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8.19 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (03/28/2014)

Any material that, because of its quantity, concentration,
physical, or chemical characteristics, poses a significant present or potential hazard to human health, safety, or to the environment, if released into the workplace or the environment is called...

Hazardous Material

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8.19 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (03/28/2014)

Paperwork associated with the disposal of hazardous waste is required to be kept on site for how long?

A minimum of THREE years

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8.19 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (03/28/2014)

Per regulatory requirements, how often shall Facility Coordinators conduct an inspection of their hazardous materials and waste storage areas?

WEEKLY

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

It is a misdemeanor for persons to willfully remain in the “closed” area after being told to evacuate or leave. True or False?

TRUE

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

Evacuation orders should be described as Mandatory OR Voluntary to promote public cooperation?

MANDATORY

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

Law enforcement MAY use force to remove any person who remains within the affected area when directed to evacuate. True or False?

FALSE - will NOT use force.

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

Evacuation Shelter - a location designated by the American Red Cross (ARC) for the short or long-term care of evacuees is typically where?

SCHOOL

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

Temporary Evacuation Point - a safe location to which evacuees are sent is usually where?

a parking lot, park, or building

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

If an evacuation is required, the Incident Commander should advise whether the evacuation is _________ or __________.

Mandatory or Voluntary

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

What are some of the Public Notification Methods for evacuation?

1. Door-to-Door
2. Public Address (PA) Systems
3. Telephones
4. Mass Notification System
5. Emergency Alert System (EAS)
6. SigAlerts

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

SDPD will normally provide continuous on-site security at Evacuation Shelters. True or False?

FALSE - police assistance will be on a “called-for” basis.

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8.20- EVACUATIONS (07/18/2014)

What does Penal Code section 463 say?

A person is guilty of looting during an emergency if he commits a 459, 487, or 488 during and within an affected area.

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8.21 - USE OF VOLUNTEERS @ DISASTERS (06/14/2013)

There are how many categories of volunteer resources available to assist Department members at critical incidents or disasters?

A. Internal
B. External - outside agencies
C. Spontaneous volunteers - citizens
D. Short-term volunteers

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8.21 - USE OF VOLUNTEERS @ DISASTERS (06/14/2013)

For security and liability concerns, the Department does not generally use which type of volunteers?

Short-term volunteers

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8.21 - USE OF VOLUNTEERS @ DISASTERS (06/14/2013)

The decision to utilize volunteers at the scene of a critical incident rests whom?

Incident Commander

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8.21 - USE OF VOLUNTEERS @ DISASTERS (06/14/2013)

In determining whether to use volunteers, the Incident Commander should consider the following:

1. The degree of danger
2. The skills of the volunteer(s)
3. The ability to supervise them

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8.21 - USE OF VOLUNTEERS @ DISASTERS (06/14/2013)

The decision by the Incident Commander to use "spontaneous volunteers" should be:

Last resort. If a decision is made to utilize spontaneous volunteers, the Incident Commander shall assign a supervisor to oversee them and their assignments.

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8.21 - USE OF VOLUNTEERS @ DISASTERS (06/14/2013)

What is used to record personal information on the volunteer and as the volunteer's “Identification Card?”

The second copy of the Field Interview form (ARJIS-1).

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8.21 - USE OF VOLUNTEERS @ DISASTERS (06/14/2013)

If volunteers are used at a critical incident or disaster, they will remain under the direction and control of the Incident Commander OR Volunteer Services Office?

Volunteer Services Office

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8.21 - USE OF VOLUNTEERS @ DISASTERS (06/14/2013)

If required, who will activate the Volunteer Control Center?

Assistant Chief in charge of Neighborhood Policing

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8.22 - MASS DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICINE (08/22/2014)

Measures designed to preserve health and prevent the spread of disease is called:

Prophylaxis

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8.22 - MASS DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICINE (08/22/2014)

What is the goal for the Cities Readiness Initiative program?

To improve and enhance the City’s readiness to receive, distribute, and dispense Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) assets within a 24-48 hour period.

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8.22 - MASS DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICINE (08/22/2014)

What would serve as the central point of coordination for the internal distribution of medicine for the police department?

The Department currently stores its initial “Push Package” of medication in a secure location at Police Headquarters. The Sally Port will be the distribution point.

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8.22 - MASS DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICINE (08/22/2014)

Where will the County Public Health Services disseminate medicines?

At one of the three public Point of Dispensing (POD’s) (Qualcomm, Sports Arena, or Chollas Lake Park).

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8.22 - MASS DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICINE (08/22/2014)

Who's responsibility is it to provide the DOC with a list of officers who have not received medicine?

Point of Dispensing (POD) Facilitator's

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8.22 - MASS DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICINE (08/22/2014)

If required, who will coordinate the security, pick-up, and delivery of medicines from the County POD to Police Headquarters?

The SWAT Commanding Officer

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8.22 - MASS DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICINE (08/22/2014)
In the event larger transport vehicles are required, MFF Officers will use what to transport the medicine?

MFF Officers will use rental U-Haul trucks or unmarked box trucks.

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

Pre-incident planning should incorporate what to ensure continuity of the response organization in the event that the incident should unexpectedly expand?

The Incident Command System (ICS)

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8.06 - DPT. OPERATIONS CENTER (DOC) and EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (08/22/2014)

What is the difference between the DOC and the EOC?

EOC - staff would make a policy decision
DOC - provide logistical support and oversee Department-wide operations.

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8.07 - PERSONNEL CALL-BACK (03/15/2013)

Communications Division also has in place the option to use the “Alert San Diego” callback system to call department command staff ( Chiefs, Captains, and Lieutenants) if needed. True or False?

TRUE - This system is often used during major critical incidents to contact large groups of citizens with critical information during an emergency.

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8.07 - PERSONNEL CALL-BACK (03/15/2013)

In the event that landline and cellular communication capabilities are severely impacted or diminished, which frequency will be an available frequency for the
communication needs of Chiefs, Captains and other command staff.

Northeastern Disp-1

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8.10 - MUTUAL AID (02/29/2012)

Which agency covers emergency medical costs incurred during the mutual aid?

The agency whose personnel are involved.

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8.10 - MUTUAL AID (02/29/2012)

Who makes the request for the use of the military for mutual aid?

The request is made via the Standardized Emergency Management System by either the Chief Operating Officer of the City or the Sheriff

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8.14 - HOSTAGES & E.N.T. (11/27/2012)

Emergency Negotiation Team (ENT) can also provide investigative intelligence and support during critical
incidents. True or False?

TRUE

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) is also part of MAST. True or False?

TRUE - MAST includes personnel from the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, the Police Department, and Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF).

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

Since MAST is a task force; who is the supervisor?

MAST supervisor could be a Fire Captain or the Police
Sergeant.

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

In an arson death case, or any fire-related death that occurs through the negligence of someone other than the victim, who will handle the investigation?

The Homicide Unit will assume responsibility for the investigation, with assistance from MAST. MAST will be called to the crime scene by a Homicide Unit supervisor.

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8.15 - ARSON & BOMB THREATS (08/08/2014)

Who will be notified via Fire-Rescue Department Communications whenever a major evacuation is or will be required?

The City's Emergency Management Coordinator

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8.16 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS & WMD (03/13/2012)

All hazardous material or waste (except explosives and radiological materials) needed as evidence in a criminal prosecution shall be impounded whom?

An approved disposal company. The Watch Commander maintains a list of approved companies.

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

In the Event of a Hijacking, where would the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) be activated?

In the Commuter Terminal

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8.17 - AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES (04/11/2014)

Harbor PD Unit 701 is the designated Incident Commander in charge of police units involved in the incident until relieved by higher authority. True or False?

TRUE - Unit 701 will coordinate with SDPD for perimeter
and crowd control, as needed.

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8.22 - MASS DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICINE (08/22/2014)

In the event the Police Headquarters Sally Port is not a feasible Point of Dispensing location, where will be the alternate site.

The Department Operations Center