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What is the primary goal of the department in dealing with active shooter incident?

The protection of human lives

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An active shooter includes anyone who uses – – – to systematically or randomly inflict death or serious bodily injury

Any deadly weapon

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The response to active shooter incidents should be rapid and in keeping with the following goals 1)2) Secure the immediate area3) treat the injured/wounded4) Secure the crime scene

Stop the threat

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The response to active shooter incidents should be rapid and in keeping with the following goals 1)stop the threat2) 3) treat the injured/wounded4) Secure the crime scene

Secure the immediate area

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The response to active shooter incidents should be rapid and in keeping with the following goals 1)stop the threat2) Secure the immediate area3) 4) Secure the crime scene

Treat the injured/wounded

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The response to active shooter incidents should be rapid and in keeping with the following goals 1)stop the threat2) Secure the immediate area3) treat the injured/wounded4)

Secure the crime scene

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It is critical for first arriving officers to distinguish the difference between a hostage barricade crisis and an active shooter incident be prepared to follow the standard police response to a hostage barricade crisis which is the five C'sc control communicate call special operations create a plan

Contain

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It is critical for first arriving officers to distinguish the difference between a hostage barricade crisis and an active shooter incident be prepared to follow the standard police response to a hostage barricade crisis which is the five C'scontain ccommunicate call special operations create a plan

Control

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It is critical for first arriving officers to distinguish the difference between a hostage barricade crisis and an active shooter incident be prepared to follow the standard police response to a hostage barricade crisis which is the five C'scontain control ccall special operations create a plan

Communicate

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It is critical for first arriving officers to distinguish the difference between a hostage barricade crisis and an active shooter incident be prepared to follow the standard police response to a hostage barricade crisis which is the five C'scontain control communicate c create a plan

Call special operations

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It is critical for first arriving officers to distinguish the difference between a hostage barricade crisis and an active shooter incident be prepared to follow the standard police response to a hostage barricade crisis which is the five C'scontain control communicate call special operations c

Create a plan of action

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Involving active shooter incidence, if an incident originally classified as an active shooter incident changes into a hostage barricade crisis the incident should be reclassified as a – – –

Critical incident

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Upon arrival to an active shooter incident focus on the primary objective well sizing up the tactical situation by doing these four things:1)Identify – – –2)Identify the type of weapons being used3)Known information about the actor4)All other pertinent information readily available

Number of actors, descriptions, and last known location

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Upon arrival to an active shooter incident focus on the primary objective well sizing up the tactical situation by doing these four things:1)Identify Number of actors, descriptions, and last known location2)Identify the type of weapons being used3)Known information about the actor4)

All other pertinent information readily available

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Upon arrival to an active shooter incident focus on the primary objective well sizing up the tactical situation by doing these four things:1)Identify Number of actors, descriptions, and last known location2)3)Known information about the actor4) all other pertinent information readily available

Identify the type of weapon being used

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Upon arrival to an active shooter incident focus on the primary objective well sizing up the tactical situation by doing these four things:1)Identify Number of actors, descriptions, and last known location2)identify the type of weapon being used3)4) all other pertinent information readily available

Known information about the actor

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All tactics employed by initial responders to an active shooter incident should be guided by these six basic principles1) 2)stay together 3)provide 540° cover 4)work the angles 5)threshold evaluation 6)speed of movement (only move as fast as you think and shoot accurately)

Communicate

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All tactics employed by initial responders to an active shooter incident should be guided by these six basic principles1) communicate 2) 3)provide 540° cover 4)work the angles 5)threshold evaluation 6)speed of movement (only move as fast as you think and shoot accurately)

Stay together

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All tactics employed by initial responders to an active shooter incident should be guided by these six basic principles1) communicate 2)stay together 3) 4)work the angles 5)threshold evaluation 6)speed of movement (only move as fast as you think and shoot accurately)

Provide 540 degrees cover

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All tactics employed by initial responders to an active shooter incident should be guided by these six basic principles1) communicate 2)stay together 3)provide 540° cover 4)5)threshold evaluation 6)speed of movement (only move as fast as you think and shoot accurately)

Work the angles

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All tactics employed by initial responders to an active shooter incident should be guided by these six basic principles1) communicate 2)stay together 3)provide 540° cover 4)work the angles 5) 6)speed of movement (only move as fast as you think and shoot accurately)

Threshold evaluation

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All tactics employed by initial responders to an active shooter incident should be guided by these six basic principles1) communicate 2)stay together 3)provide 540° cover 4)work the angles 5)threshold evaluation 6)

Speed of movement only move as fast as you think and shoot accurately

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With active shooter incidents,The active shooter incident will only be to cleared safe by incident commander with advisement from the – – –

Special operations unit commander

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For the initial responding supervisor in dealing with the active shooter incidents if not needed for immediate engagement to stop the incident or while in route to the extent possible should request these things: Request:**All tactical medic officers to respondEMSSpecial operations unit resourcesAdditional resources (P I O, traffic, CSI, etc.)

All patrol rifle and shotgun officers to respond

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For the initial responding supervisor in dealing with the active shooter incidents if not needed for immediate engagement to stop the incident or while in route to the extent possible should request these things: Request:All patrol rifle and shotgun officers to respond**EMSSpecial operations unit resourcesAdditional resources (P I O, traffic, CSI, etc.)

All tactical medic officers to respond

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For the initial responding supervisor in dealing with the active shooter incidents if not needed for immediate engagement to stop the incident or while in route to the extent possible should request these things: Request:All patrol rifle and shotgun officers to respondAll tactical medic officers to respond**Special operations unit resourcesAdditional resources (P I O, traffic, CSI, etc.)

EMS

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For the initial responding supervisor in dealing with the active shooter incidents if not needed for immediate engagement to stop the incident or while in route to the extent possible should request these things: Request:All patrol rifle and shotgun officers to respondAll tactical medic officers to respondEMS**Additional resources (P I O, traffic, CSI, etc.)

Special operations unit resources

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For the initial responding supervisor in dealing with the active shooter incidents if not needed for immediate engagement to stop the incident or while in route to the extent possible should request these things: Request:All patrol rifle and shotgun officers to respondAll tactical medic officers to respondEMSSpecial operations unit resources**

Additional resources (PIO, traffic, CSI, etc.)

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If not needed for immediate engagement to stop the active shooter incident or while in route to the extent possible the initial responding supervisor should ensure:Ensure** Aid to the wounded and injured**

Command notification

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If not needed for immediate engagement to stop the active shooter incident or while in route to the extent possible the initial responding supervisor should ensure:Ensure** ** command notification

Aid to the wounded and injured

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If not needed for immediate engagement to stop the active shooter incident or while in route to the extent possible the initial responding supervisor should establish:Establish** ** command post** staging area

perimeters hot warm and cold zones

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If not needed for immediate engagement to stop the active shooter incident or while in route to the extent possible the initial responding supervisor should establish:Establish** perimeters hot warm and cold zones**** staging area

command post

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If not needed for immediate engagement to stop the active shooter incident or while in route to the extent possible the initial responding supervisor should establish:Establish** perimeters hot warm and cold zones** command post**

staging area

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If not needed for immediate engagement to stop the active shooter incident or while in route to the extent possible the initial responding supervisor should evacuate ----- and secure ------

Evacuate those sheltered when safe to do so secure the crime scene

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Who directs responding units to the location, maintaining radio liaison with the initial responders and supervisory officers in an active shooter incident?

Communications unit

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Officers involved in an active shooter incident it will remain on – – – channel and all other officers will be switched to other channels identified by the communication shift supervisor for the duration of the event

Primary