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Crowd control and events management: Who maintains the responsibility for identifying resource needs and planning the appropriate police response for spontaneous events?
And is hereafter referred to as the incident commander until relieved by higher ranking officer

The supervisory officer in charge of the appropriate patrol division service area

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Crowd control and events management:
In response to planned or spontaneous events the incident commander is responsible for meeting with – – – to discuss the required permits applicable laws

Sponsors

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Crowd control and events management: in planned events the required manpower is obtained by the utilization of the on-duty members of the – – – with additional volunteers solicited when necessary

Traffic section

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Crowd control and events management: in spontaneous events the available on duty resources of all patrol division personnel is utilized with additional manpower needs acquired through the implementation of a – – –

Mobilization phase

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Crowd control and events management: in regards to defining and establishing the inner and outer perimeters: In events requiring large numbers of personnel or covering a large area the area should be divided into quadrants or sections with each quadrant or section under the direction of a – – – or------officer

Supervisory or command level officer

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Crowd control and events management: in regards to crowd management techniques, crowds can generally be categorized into three types :
1
2
3

Passive
active
volatile

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Crowd control and events management: crowd management techniques
Passive and active crowds require crowd management techniques. Volatile crowd requires – – – strategies and/or – – – tactics

Crowd control strategies
disbursal tactics

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Crowd control and events management: crowd management techniques
In a passive crowd that becomes apprehensive for example because of a bomb threat what is the recommended action?

Provide accurate information

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Crowd control and events management: crowd management techniques
For passive crowds that become exuberant for example at a concert or parade what is the recommended action?

Monitor

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Crowd control and events management: crowd management techniques
For an active crowd that becomes physically active by beginning to throw objects for others to catch in the spirit of having fun what is the recommended action?

Take immediate action to stop activity and prevent non-active participants from becoming annoyed

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Crowd control and events management: crowd management techniques
For active crowds who begin protesting in an antagonistic way and often become a hostile crowd seeking to bring about a change in a relationship or structure what is the recommended action?

Contact leaders and establish firm rules for crowd's behavior

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Crowd control and events management: crowd management techniques
For a volatile crowd that becomes malicious by pushing and shoving and others without concern. What is the recommended action?

Remove actors immediately or place under close surveillance

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies
What are the three techniques of crowd control strategies?
Selective arrest, dispersal orders, and – – –

Show of force

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies
A show of force to disburse a crowd is most effective when the officers are – – –.

Assembled outside the view of the crowd and make a surprise formidable appearance

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies
When crowd management and control measures fail to control or disperse the crowd, a proclamation and dispersal order shall be given. The incident commander shall designate a – – – to give the proclamation and order the crowd to disburse

Command level officer

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies----dispersal tactics
Manpower configurations- consists of how many and who?
a) squad – – –
b) platoon – – –
c) Company – – –

Squad – one Sergeant, 13 officers
Platoon – one lieutenant 4 squads
Company – one captain, three platoons

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Dispersal tactics
Examples of formations:
Which formation is employed as either an offense of or defensive formation and it is basically a line of officers across the street or open area with the flanks of the line anchored by obstacles such as buildings?

Squad line

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Dispersal tactics
Examples of formations:
An offensive formation used to divide a crowd into smaller segments

Squad wedge

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Dispersal tactics
Examples of formations:
Used to turn a crowd away from an obstacle, such as a building, or to direct it's movement. It may be used to move the crowd either left or right as an offense of formation.

Squad Echelon

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Dispersal tactics
T or F
Offensive formations should assault two or more directions at once to be effective.

True

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Dispersal tactics
When sniper activity is reported or observed 1)The area should be – – –
2) officers should not return fire unless – – –
3) The incident commander activates SWAT

1) isolated
2) absolutely necessary

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Dispersal tactics
Mobile saturation units consisting of – – – operating a single marked vehicle should be deployed in a sufficient number to allow the officers to enforce a curfew among other things

Four officers

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Dispersal tactics
In the event the crowd is armed with rocks, bottles etc. consideration should be given to the use of chemical agents followed by a tactical sweep. The officer assigned to release the agent should be positioned – – – of the officers assigned to assault the crowd.

Behind the formation

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
The commander of the special operations unit:
1). Maintains the -----and -------status of arrest groups
2) implements the multiple arrest procedures in their entirety when directed by the incident Commander
3) designates a field detention area near the site to allow for the preparation of prisoners for booking

Equipment and training

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
The commander of the special operations unit:
1). Maintains the equipment and training status of arrest groups
2) implements the --------- in their entirety when directed by the incident Commander
3) designates a field detention area near the site to allow for the preparation of prisoners for booking

Multiple arrest procedures

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
The commander of the special operations unit:
1). Maintains the equipment and training status of arrest groups
2) implements the multiple arrest procedures in their entirety when directed by the incident Commander
3) designates a ------- near the site to allow for the preparation of prisoners for booking

Field detention area

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
Arrest groups consist of the following personnel:
-------assigned as the group leader
two or more officer arrest teams
two or more officer support teams and
one or more officer transporting teams

Supervisory officer

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
Arrest groups consist of the following personnel:
Supervisory officer assigned as the group leader
--------
two or more officer support teams and
one or more officer transporting teams

Two or more officer arrest teams

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
Arrest groups consist of the following personnel:
Supervisory officer assigned as the group leader
two or more officer arrest teams
--------
one or more officer transporting teams

Two or more officer support teams

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
Arrest groups consist of the following personnel:
Supervisory officer assigned as the group leader
two or more officer arrest teams
two or more officer support teams and
----------

One or more officer transporting teams

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
Arrest the groups maintain the following equipment:
a) N
b) one or more p
c) B
d) C and

Numbered plastic handcuffs
One or more prisoner transport wagons
Booking slips
Cameras and related equipment

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
At the direction of the arrest group supervisor, the transporting officers proceed to the detention center. Upon arrival the transporting officers present a copy of the offense report to the – – – and magistrates the prisoner.

Magistrates office

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
At the direction of the arrest group supervisor, the transporting officers proceed to the detention center. Upon arrival the transporting officers make a copy of the – – –, – – –, and booking slip

Offense report, photograph

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Multiple arrest procedures
At the field detention area: the arrest team and the arrested person are – – –

Photographed

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Conclusion activities
Upon conclusion of all activities related to a spontaneous event all commanders prepare an after – action report which is submitted to the incident commander within -------

10 days

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Conclusion activities
Upon conclusion of all activities related to a spontaneous event, The incident commander prepares a final report detailing the department response to the event. This report is submitted along with a copy of the command post journal to the chief of police within – – –

30 days

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Crowd control and events management: crowd Control strategies– Conclusion activities
Upon conclusion of all activities related to a spontaneous event, Who prepares an operational cost report which is submitted to the office of the chief?

The fiscal planning manager

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Crowd control and events management: Who maintains the responsibility for identifying resource needs and planning the appropriate police response for scheduled events? And is hereafter referred to as the incident commander

The deputy chief assigned to the tactical support division