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1

For a death investigation, who shall be responsible for the quality and thoroughness of the uniform response.

The first supervisory officer

2

For a death investigation, who shall be responsible for ensuring effective management of the scene, the thoroughness of the investigation, and that the appropriate notifications are made

The divisional investigator

3

When in receipt of a request to release a suicide note to the next of kin shall consult with __ on the appropriate course of action.

Records Management Services (RMS) – Information Access – Access and Privacy Section

4

Who shall ensure that sufficient members from their unit are trained in the posting of information to Pushpin?

The unit commander

4

As an officer in charge, upon making a decision to commence a Missing Person Level 2 search shall notify

The unit commander, if available
The Duty Inspector - Duty Desk

5

As an officer in charge, upon making a decision to commence a Missing Person Level 3 search shall notify

The unit commander
The Duty Inspector - Duty Desk

6

During a death in police custody, who is responsible for ensuring that the Coroner is attending?

Officer in Charge

7

During a death in police custody, who is responsible for requesting the attendance of the Coroner?

Supervisory Officer

8

In an preliminary homicide investigation, who is responsible for preserving the crime scene?

Second Police Officer

9

__ means an unexpected death that is instantaneous or occurs within minutes or hours from any cause other than violence.

Sudden Death

10

__ means the unexpected death of a person by suicide, homicide, accident or suspicious circumstances, and includes found human remains.

Unnatural Sudden Death

11

Who may be consulted in cases of sudden death by natural causes at the discretion of the investigating officer.

The Coroner

12

Every sudden unexpected death of a child or the death of a child under five (5) years of age must be actively investigated as

suspicious

13

In the circumstance of a homicide, suspected homicide, WHO shall attend the morgue and be physically present when a deceased is identified?

The investigator heading the investigation or a police officer designated by the investigator.

14

Admittance into the post mortem examination room is determined by the

Medical Director of the Facility

15

A Scenes of Crime Officer (SOCO) may only be assigned to examine crimes scenes at the discretion of

the Officer in Charge – FIS.

16

Upon discovering a sudden unexpected death, apparent suicide or accident where the only witness or person present at the time of death or the finding of the body is an intimate partner, past or present shall request the attendance of:

a supervisory officer and a divisional detective

17

Is the first supervisory officer required to attend the scene for an attempt suicide?

No, only if necessary

18

if the deceased is obviously destitute, should advise the next of kin they may apply to

Toronto Social Services or the Last Post Fund if the deceased is a former member of the Canadian Forces

20

Who shall confer with the attending Coroner and obtain a copy of the Coroner's warrant before leaving the scene

The divisional investigator / Detective - Division

20

When notified of a sudden unexpected death, apparent suicide or accident where the only witness or person present at the time of death or the finding of the body is an intimate partner, past or present, WHO is consulted if suspicious circumstances exist?

a member of the On–Call Homicide Team prior to leaving the scene

21

When notified of an unnatural sudden death, when firearms are or may be a factor, who shall notify Organized Crime Enforcement - Gun & Gang Task Force?

The divisional investigator / Detective - Division

22

The officer in charge, being notified of an unnatural sudden death of a foreign nation shall notify:

Intelligence Division – Strategic Assessment and Analysis Section

23

For a preliminary death investigation, WHO is responsible for ensuring an appropriate uniform response and, in the absence of the detective sergeant, an appropriate investigative response.

Officer in Charge

24

As a Detective -Division,If continued efforts to notify the next of kin are still unsuccessful shall advise the

detective sergeant

25

The last substantiated (by clues or evidence) position that the missing person was known to be.

Last Known Position

26

Parental abduction means the unlawful removal of a child by a parent, guardian, or any other person having lawful care or charge of a person under the age of

fourteen (14)

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a point where the missing person was actually seen by a witness.

Place Last Seen

28

Who may apply to a Justice of the Peace (Ontario Court of Justice, Family Division) for an apprehension warrant under the Chile and Family Services Act (CFSA)

Parent, guardian or approved agency that has custody of the child.

29

In a Level 1 missing person investigation, who shall be responsible for conducting the initial investigation, preserving evidence, completing all necessary reports and notifying a supervisory officer of all pertinent facts.

The first police officer

30

When commencing a Level 2 search, who shall attend the scene and establish a command post at a location other than the place last seen or the missing person’s home

Supervisory Officer

31

Who may authorize assistance from support units such as York or Durham Regional Police Air Support Units

Duty Inspector or other senior officer

32

Who is responsible for conducting a timely and thorough investigation of missing person occurrences.

The Divisional Investigator

33

When becoming involved in a Level 2 Missing Person investigation, who shall ensure all pertinent information, including the telephone number and contact information of the officer in charge is forwarded by TPS eFax to Emergency Medical Services (EMS) – Quality Service Review

Officer in Charge

34

Upon receiving an eReport for a missing person who is not a resident of Toronto shall ensure a copy of the report is immediately forwarded by facsimile to the

Unit Commander – INT – International Assistance.

35

Upon being advised of a missing person under sixteen (16) years of age, the officer in charge shall ensure that __ is contacted, as soon as possible

the school principal

36

During a death in police custody, who is responsible for notifying the Officer in Charge - Duty Desk?

Supervisory Officer

36

During a death in police custody, who is responsible for notifying the unit commander?

Officer in Charge

36

In Missing Person investigations, what level will be implemented when a person is reported missing and there are no extenuating circumstances. At this level, there are minimal concerns regarding the issue of foul play or the infirmity or limitations of the missing person.

Level 1

36

What shall be implemented in all cases involving AMBER Alert activation?

Major Case Management

37

As a supervisory officer when commencing a Level 2 search shall notify:

The officer in charge

42

Who will be responsible for pronouncing death in the absence of another qualified medical practitioner and will authorize the removal of the body?

The coroner

43

In 04-02 Death Investigations, a Child means any person under the age of

18 years

44

When investigating an unnatural sudden death, who shall be promptly notified if a properly completed consent form relating to organ donation is located?

the Coroner
EMS
and hospital personnel

45

As a supervisory officer, when notified of an unnatural sudden death shall ensure the attendance of:

- a divisional detective
- the Coroner
- a FIS investigator

46

As a Detective - Division, when the deceased cannot be readily identified shall request that the Coroner have a dentist complete an

OPC 105

47

Unless cancelled or extended, an AMBER Alert will have a duration of ___ following activation.

five (5) hours

48

As the officer in charge, when becoming involved in a Level 2 investigation (missing person) shall notify:

unit commander, if available
Duty Inspector - Duty Desk

49

means the national centre created and maintained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to compile data on missing persons and unidentified remains. The Service supports the centre and encourages officers to forward pertinent information to the RCMP to assist in matters of missing persons and unidentified remains.

National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains (NCMPUR)

50

When investigating a complaint of a missing person, who shall provide the complainant with the telephone number of the detective sergeant of the division where the missing person resides

Police Officer