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1
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1. Critical incidents may include _____________.
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• tornados
• train derailments
• hostage situations
• all of the above (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
2
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2. Critical incidents become traumatic incidents when officers that have been involved in the critical incident experience some degree of _____________ decompensation or discomfort associated with the incident.
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• physical
• trauma (Your Answer)
• corporal
• none of the above (Correct Answer)
3
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3. __________ a hazard of a critical incident results when emergency responders often work long hours and have their own families to protect.
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• Communication disruptions
• Officer morale
• Personnel shortages (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• None of the above
4
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4. Officers may prepare for critical incidents by creating communication plans for their family.
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• True (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• False
5
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5. ___________ is often not a role of an officer during a critical incident.
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• Investigations (Correct Answer)
• Evacuations
• Search and rescue
• None of the above (Your Answer)
6
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6. Officers may experience _______________ distortion in personal perceptions while responding to a critical incident.
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• heightened visual clarity
• false memories
• automatic pilot
• all of the above (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
7
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7. Officers may have many responses following a critical incident, which may include _______________.
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• decreased sense of danger
• decreased family discord
• increased drug and/or alcohol use (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• all of the above
8
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8. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) is a systematic approach designed to carefully review the incident and debrief the involved personnel to maximize long-lasting psychological implications.
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• True
• False (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
9
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9. Officers may experience stress as a result of their involvement in a critical incident. ___________ is/are symptoms of excessive stress.
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• Decreased irritability and anxiety
• Uncharacteristic indecisiveness (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• Decreased feelings of insecurity with higher self esteem
• All of the above
10
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10. Following an officer’s involvement in a critical incident, the officer’s is often required to complete a particular protocol before an officer may return to duty.
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• True (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• False
11
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11. Following an officer’s involvement in a critical incident and to promote positive psychological and emotional health, the officer should ________.
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• support others
• keep a positive attitude
• participate in relationships outside of policing
• all of the above (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
12
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2. Critical incidents become traumatic incidents when officers that have been involved in the critical incident experience some degree of cognitive, emotional, and psychological decompensation or discomfort associated with the incident.
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• True (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• False
13
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3. ____________ is/are a hazard of a critical incident.
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• Citizen discontent
• Transportation disruptions (Correct Answer/ Your Answer)
• Personnel motivation
• All of the above
14
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5. ___________ is often a role of an officer during a critical incident.
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• Search and rescue
• Evacuations
• Law enforcement
• All of the above (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
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9. Officers may experience stress as a result of their involvement in a critical incident. ___________ is/are warning signs of excessive stress.
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• Sudden changes in behavior
• Inability to concentrate
• Grandiose or paranoid behavior
• All of the above (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
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10. Following an officer’s involvement in a critical incident, __________ may be required before an officer may return to duty.
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• trauma intervention program
• fitness for duty evaluation
• adherence to a “return to duty” protocol
• All of the above (Correct Answer/ Your Answer)
17
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1. Critical incidents may include _____________.
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• tornados (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• traffic collisions
• domestic disturbances
• all of the above
18
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7. Officers may have many responses following a critical incident, which may include _______________.
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• Intrusive thoughts
• Sleep difficulties
• Grief and mourning
• all of the above (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
19
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11. Following an officer’s involvement in a critical incident and to promote positive psychological and emotional health, the officer should maintain satisfying interests and hobbies that is not law enforcement related.
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• True (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• False
20
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1. Incidents become critical when the features of the incident lie within the normal range of everyday policing and human experience.
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• True
• False (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
21
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2. Critical incidents become traumatic incidents when officers that have been involved in the critical incident do not experience some degree of cognitive, emotional, and psychological decompensation or discomfort associated with the incident.
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• True
• False (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
22
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3. ____________ is/are a hazard of a critical incident.
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• Access restrictions
• Transportation disruptions
• Casualties
• All of the above (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
23
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6. Officers rarely experience memory distortions in personal perceptions while responding to a critical incident.
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• True
• False (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
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7. Officers may have many responses following a critical incident, which rarely include sleep difficulties.
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• True
• False (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
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8. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) is a systematic approach designed to carefully review the incident and debrief the involved personnel to minimize long-lasting psychological implications.
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• True (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• False
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11. Following an officer’s involvement in a critical incident and to promote positive psychological and emotional health, the officer should avoid asking for support during stressful times.
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• True
• False (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
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10. Following an officer’s involvement in a critical incident, the officer’s department is prohibited from requiring a “fitness for duty evaluation” before an officer may return to duty.
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• True
• False (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
28
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4. Officers may prepare for critical incidents by creating ___________kits.
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• children
• pets
• elder
• all of the above (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
29
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8. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) is a systematic approach designed to carefully review the incident and debrief the involved personnel to minimize long-lasting psychological implications. This approach includes _____ different steps.
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• three
• five
• seven (Correct Answer / Your Answer)
• all of the above