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What are some examples of emergency services that impede the regular operation of the facility?(name 7)

1) heater/air conditioner system turned off
2) toilets overflowing
3) Gates
4) security problems with building
5) fire alarm
6) electrical emergency/electrical outage and generator problems
7) elevator emergencies

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Where should you email your request for service of building maintenance emergencies?

SAPDFacilityMgmtWorkorderRequest@sanantonio.gov

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Should any worksite become unavailable who must identify the nature and extent of the event as soon as possible to determine the appropriate level of response?

The first officers encountering or responding to this type of situation

4

In case of a worksite unavailability who is responsible for assessing and reporting to the communications unit the approximate nature, size and location of the event?

The first officers arriving on the scene

5

In case of worksite unavailability who establishes liaison with the incident commander if the incident involves more than just police assets?

The first supervisory officer arriving

6

In case of worksite unavailability, who establishes a mobilization point within the established cold zone for on-scene assignments?

The first supervisory officer arriving

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Who will conduct the training for continuity of operations and loss of facilities which includes the components of the city of San Antonio emergency management – basic plan?

Critical incident response team

8

How often will officers receive training on the components of the emergency management – basic plan?

Annually

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Contingency operations: once a command post is established it remains operational until the situation has stabilized and order is restored. Who deactivates the command post?

Incident commander

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With events requiring a large number of personnel or those which continue for an extended period time, it may be necessary to establish a separate------ from the command post.

Staging area

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Contingency plan: who has the principal responsibility for determining the initial necessary course of action?

Incident commander

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Relocation materials:
All necessary materials and supplies not available at the temporary or alternate worksite will be requested and delivered. These items may include:(name 7)

Computers
Printers
Office supplies
Police equipment
Batteries
Forms
Other resources, as identified in the course of the event

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Reconstitution operations: what kind of shifts are implemented in phase 2 for the relief personnel which utilizes traffic section?

Eight hour shifts

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Upon conclusion of all activities related to a loss of facilities and/or interruption of police services how long do the commanders have to prepare an after action report which is submitted to the incident commander?

10 calendar days

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Who prepares an operational cost report upon the conclusion of activities related to a loss of facilities or interruption of police services?

The manager of the accounting and personnel office

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After action critiques and implementation of corrective measures for loss of facilities and/or interruption of police services are done at the direction of-----or-------

Chief of police or incident commander

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If a continuity of operations and loss of facilities incident escalates to such magnitude it cannot be resolved by department personnel the matter should be referred to------or------

Chief of police or his designee

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C. If an incident escalates to such a magnitude it can not be resolved by department personnel in accordance with this procedure, the matter should be referred to the ____ or _____, and handled in accordance with GM Procedure 806, Mobilization.

Chief of Police, or his designee

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.04 BUILDING MAINTENANCE EMERGENCIES
B. In case of building maintenance emergencies, the following steps will be taken:
1. Email your request for service to SAPDFacilityMgmtWorkorderRequest@sanantonio.gov
a. Include a phone number, contact person, and brief description of the problem; and
b. Include the ______/ name of the person requesting the service.

station supervisor

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.05 WORKSITE UNAVAILABILITY
A. Information
3. The first supervisory officer arriving assumes command of all police activity. This supervisor performs the following tasks:
g. If the incident involves more than police assets, coordinate any efforts with the _______; and
h. The _____arriving remains in control of the scene until he is relieved. Upon relief, he provides a _____for the incoming supervisor or Incident Commander and ensures the Communications Unit notifies all personnel a change in command is taking place.

g) Incident Commander
h) first supervisor
formal transfer of command briefing

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.05 READINESS AND PREPAREDNESS
A. Training will be conducted on the components of the City of San Antonio Emergency Management – Basic Plan by
members of Critical Incident Response Teams and any other affected personnel on an annual basis.
B. The annual training should include classroom instructions and table top exercises, when feasible.
C. The annual training on the City of San Antonio Emergency Management – Basic plan shall be documented by the ________, and a written ______ of the training will be forwarded to the ______.

Commander who conducted the training
critique
Chief of Police

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.06 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS
A. A ______is established for all events which require a major commitment of departmental resources for an extended period of time. A ________may be established by the Incident Commander for any event or occurrence regardless of the size of the operation.

command post
command post

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.06 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS
C. The location for a command post is selected by the Incident Commander. It should be in the vicinity of the occurrence with consideration of the following factors:
1. A _____ strategic to the incident;
2. A site readily ___ and ____to responding personnel;
3.______to accommodate personnel and their vehicles;
4. Availability of ____(i.e., telephone, electrical, water, restrooms, etc.); and
5. ____ and _____.

1) location
2) located and accessible
3) Sufficient space
4) public services
5) Security and defense

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.06 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS
H. In the event the City of San Antonio ______(EOC) is activated, it becomes the principal support center. The Command Post retains its command responsibility.

Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

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.11 ADVANCE RELOCATION TEAM
In cases where worksites become unavailable for an extended period of time (determined by the Incident
Commander), a _______shall be appointed to establish a _______at another SAPD location where similar functions and resources are located.

supervisory officer
temporary alternate worksite

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.12 RECONSTITUTION OPERATIONS
B. In the event of personnel being recalled through the implementation of a mobilization phase, relief of personnel is conducted as follows:
1. Phase 1: Relief of personnel begins with personnel assigned under the______phase implemented and continues only until _______personnel are assigned.
2. Phase 2: Eight (8) hour shifts utilizing Traffic Section personnel are implemented.
3. Phase 3: Normal operations are restored.

last mobilization
Traffic Section

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.14 AFTER ACTION REPORT AND CORRECTIVE MEASURES
A. Upon conclusion of all activities related to a loss of facilities and/or interruption of police services:
3. The Incident Commander prepares a final report detailing the Department's response to a loss of facilities and/or interruption of police services. This report is submitted, along with a copy of the _______, to the ______within ______;

Incident Action Plan
Office of the Chief
thirty (30) calendar days