Flashcards in Robberies and Hold Ups Deck (11)
What robbery scene does a supervisor need to attend?
hold–up in progress
hold–up has occurred and the suspect has
left the scene
a robbery not defined as a hold–up
What robbery does the OIC need to be notified of and by who?
Hold-up in progress
By the responding officer via the Communications Operator
When does the divisional detective need to be notified and by who?
Hold-up has occurred and the suspect has left the scene
Robbery not defined as a hold up
Notified by the responding officer
Upon arrival at the scene of a hold–up alarm the responding officer shall notify:
The Communications operator
Where it is determined that a hold–up is in progress the responding officer shall notify the communications operator and request that they contact what three entities?
After verifying that a hold–up has occurred and the suspect has left the scene shall notify the communications operator by telephone and maintain an open line. Request the attendance of what three units? Then notify who?
Upon receiving information that a GPS tracking device has been activated shall notify the:
Where a hold–up note is located shall, in the absence of HUS officers
protect the note for expert examination
scan and attach the hold–up note to the original eReport
provide the eReport number to the HUS and the OIC
hand deliver the original hold–up note and provide the eReport number to FIS – Document Section
When on scene for a hold up who does the divisional detective need to ensure is notified to attend?
The divisional investigator shall be responsible for ensuring the HUS and FIS/SOCO are notified to attend and
take charge of the investigation until the arrival of the HUS.
Who does the OIC need to notified after learning of a confirmed hold-up?