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The family assistance program is designed to provide support and assistance to the families of active duty officers who ----, receive serious bodily injuries, or suffer catastrophic illnesses.
The program also provide support and advice to family members upon the death of a retiree.

Die

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The family assistance program is designed to provide support and assistance to the families of active duty officers who die, ---------, or suffer catastrophic illnesses.
The program also provide support and advice to family members upon the death of a retiree.

Receive serious bodily injuries

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The family assistance program is designed to provide support and assistance to the families of active duty officers who die, receive serious bodily injuries, or ----------------
The program also provide support and advice to family members upon the death of a retiree.

Suffer Catastrophic illnesses

4

T or F
Family assistance officers are volunteers.

True

5

The services provided for the death of an active duty officer are as follows:
1)
2) transportation to hospital for family members
3) Notification of the SAPD chaplain
4) assistance in making funeral arrangements
5). Assistance in arranging immediate financial aid
6) assistance in preparing necessary paperwork to apply for all eligible benefits
7) counseling for family members and officers killed in the line of duty

Notification of next of kin if death occurs on duty

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The services provided for the death of an active duty officer are as follows:
1) Notification of next of kin if death occurs on duty
2)
3) Notification of the SAPD chaplain
4) assistance in making funeral arrangements
5). Assistance in arranging immediate financial aid
6) assistance in preparing necessary paperwork to apply for all eligible benefits
7) counseling for family members and officers killed in the line of duty

2) transportation to hospital for family members

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The services provided for the death of an active duty officer are as follows:
1) Notification of next of kin if death occurs on duty
2) transportation to hospital for family members
3)
4) assistance in making funeral arrangements
5). Assistance in arranging immediate financial aid
6) assistance in preparing necessary paperwork to apply for all eligible benefits
7) counseling for family members and officers killed in the line of duty

Notification of the SA PD chaplain

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The services provided for the death of an active duty officer are as follows:
1) Notification of next of kin if death occurs on duty
2) transportation to hospital for family members
3) Notification of the SAPD chaplain
4)
5). Assistance in arranging immediate financial aid
6) assistance in preparing necessary paperwork to apply for all eligible benefits
7) counseling for family members and officers killed in the line of duty

Assistance in making funeral arrangements

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The services provided for the death of an active duty officer are as follows:
1) Notification of next of kin if death occurs on duty
2) transportation to hospital for family members
3) Notification of the SAPD chaplain
4) assistance in making funeral arrangements
5).
6) assistance in preparing necessary paperwork to apply for all eligible benefits
7) counseling for family members and officers killed in the line of duty

Assistance in arranging immediate financial aid

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The services provided for the death of an active duty officer are as follows:
1) Notification of next of kin if death occurs on duty
2) transportation to hospital for family members
3) Notification of the SAPD chaplain
4) assistance in making funeral arrangements
5). Assistance in arranging immediate financial aid
6)
7) counseling for family members and officers killed in the line of duty

Assistance in preparing necessary paperwork to apply for all eligible benefits

11

The services provided for the death of an active duty officer are as follows:
1) Notification of next of kin if death occurs on duty
2) transportation to hospital for family members
3) Notification of the SAPD chaplain
4) assistance in making funeral arrangements
5). Assistance in arranging immediate financial aid
6) assistance in preparing necessary paperwork to apply for all eligible benefits
7)

Counseling for family members of officers killed in the line of duty

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Any member having a need to contact the family assistance officer should contact – – –

Office of the chief

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In the death of a retired officer the family assistance program allows for assistance with contacting – – – to request the services provided for retirees

Honor guard

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When an on-duty officer is killed who shall notify the family assistance program supervisor

Communications unit supervisor

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The family assistance program is designed to provide support and assistance to the families of active duty officers who die, receive serious bodily injuries, or suffer catastrophic illnesses.
The program also provide support and advice to family members upon the death of a – – –

Retiree