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means any article and/or document found by, seized by, surrendered to, or intended to be surrendered to a Service member.

Property

2

means a thing, including informational material, seized from a person and/or place, with or without a warrant, by a peace officer without that person’s consent.

Seized Property

3

What is the source for the definition of Abandoned Property, Found Property, Seized Property and Surrendered Property?

R.O. 2010.02.18-0263

4

Bicycles [including power–assisted or electric bicycles (eBikes)] or items that are too large to be stored within the DLMS lockers and cages shall be recorded on the DLMS and stored in the property office or in a secure location as designated by the

unit commander

5

Power–assisted or electric bicycles (eBikes) must be transported to a DLMS by

a Police Tow Truck

6

All fuel or oil contained in motorized equipment, gas can or other container must be drained prior to submitting it to the PEMU. To have the combustible material removed, members shall take any such item to

the nearest Service Fleet & Materials Management (FLT) garage

7

Electronic recordings seized for copyright infringements or production electronic recordings which contain pornographic material shall be processed through

the DLMS

8

Seized electronic recordings shall be processed through the:

video transport bins

9

When seizing a large quantity of property, members shall notify a supervisor from the applicable sub-unit of the PEMU. A supervisor from the PEMU General Warehouse may be contacted during the following business hours:

Monday through Friday 0630 to 2300 hours

10

When seizing a large quantity of property, members shall notify a supervisor from the applicable sub-unit of the PEMU. A supervisor from the PEMU Firearms Processing Section may be contacted during the following business hours:

Monday through Friday 0700 to 1600 hours

11

When seizing a large quantity of property, members shall notify a supervisor from the applicable sub-unit of the PEMU. A supervisor from the PEMU Drug Repository may be contacted during the following business hours:

Monday through Friday 0700 to 1530 hours

12

All found or seized monies shall be processed and retained at PEMU. At the conclusion of the judicial proceedings and/or investigation, the PEMU cashier will forward all monies related to drug investigation and/or proceeds of crime, which is ordered forfeited, to the:

Seized Property Management Directorate (SPMD)

13

Upon receipt of a DLMS Refusal Notice shall make the necessary corrections within __ of the date the refusal transaction was processed

seven (7) days

14

When arranging for the delivery of property through the DLMS for court or release shall give __ notice excluding weekends and statutory holidays, to ensure timely delivery

Forty-eight (48) hours

15

Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) means a facility operated by the City of Toronto (City) specifically established to conduct the overall management of an emergency. The Toronto Police Service (Service) is one of many agencies represented. The Toronto EOC is located at

703 Don Mills Road, 6th Floor.

16

means that all movement in and out of the school is restricted and external doors locked. However, movement within the school is not restricted as the external danger near the school poses no immediate threat to the students or staff unless they leave the building.

Hold and Secure

17

means the police officer who has taken charge of the incident and who is in charge at the Command Post and, in conjunction with other emergency services commanders, is responsible for co–ordinating and managing police response at an incident.

Incident Commander

18

means an emergency incident which exceeds a division’s normal operational resources and requires additional support, or multiple agency co–ordination at the site and some degree of external support. ___ may continue for an extended period of time and require a site Command Post and/or the Police Command Centre (PCC).

Level 2-Major Incident

19

means an incident that may affect a significant portion of the population, may continue for a long period of time and may require an extensive recovery period. Response to a disaster may require the activation of the PCC, the EOC, political direction and support, and the official declaration of a disaster in accordance with Municipal Code 59 and the EMCPA.

Level 3 - Disaster Incident

20

means that all movement in and out of the school and within the school is restricted as the danger is inside the school or is on school property and poses an immediate threat to the students or staff.

Lockdown

21

The Police Command Centre (PCC) is located at

703 Don Mills Road, 7th Floor.

22

Who makes up of the Senior Management Team?

Chief of Police, Command Officers, Staff Superintendents and Directors, and any other member as determined by the Chief of Police.
(Source: Service Governance Definitions)

23

requires that people enter and remain in a building with the doors and windows closed due to an external environmental threat. Fans, including heating and air conditioning units, should be turned off to prevent air from outside entering the building. Normal operations may continue within the building.

Shelter in Place

24

The Service has enhanced its emergency planning ability by the creation of the

Emergency Preparedness Committee (EPC)

25

Who has adopted the IMS as the recommended emergency preparedness system for Ontario police services.

The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP)

26

After the at–scene portion of the Emergency Response incident has been concluded, who shall complete the applicable eReports prior to the completion of the tour of duty?

First member

27

If appropriate, the Officer in Charge, when notified of an emergency incident shall advise the

unit commander

28

Upon conclusion of an emergency incident who shall complete an After Action Report?

Incident Commander

29

When responding to a Level 2 – Major Incident, the First Supervisory Officer shall notify:

the officer in charge and the Duty Desk

30

If the Incident Commander assessing the situation to be a Level 3 – Disaster Incident shall contact the Operations Supervisor to request the attendance of:

Duty Inspector

31

As a member, In the event of a medical emergency at a Service facility shall notify

a Supervisor

32

Where a person is critically injured or killed due to the use of sports equipment shall report the incident to

Health Canada – Consumer Product Safety

33

As a Supervisor, If a person is critically injured or killed in a Service facility shall immediately notify

the officer in charge.

34

As a Officer in Charge, if a person is critically injured or killed shall immediately notify

the Officer in Charge - Duty Desk

35

Who makes the decision to initiate a Lockdown, Hold and Secure or Shelter in Place?

The principal

36

When there is a report of a person carrying a concealed firearm or other concealed weapon on school property, and there is no indication that the person poses an immediate threat, members shall

not advise the school to initiate a Lockdown or Hold and Secure

37

Upon a police officer becoming aware of an incident that might necessitate a school Lockdown shall request the Communications Operator to notify

the officer in charge
the Duty Desk

38

During a Lockdown, Hold and Secure or Shelter in Place WHO shall provide information and updates on the situation when inquiries are made by a school principal or designate in the area of the threat

Officer in Charge

39

Who has the final determination if a witness is required for court?

The Crown

40

What must be completed if a warrant from an outside jurisdiction exists and that agency will return the individual being held in custody

a hold letter on Service letterhead

41

What form must be included in the crown envelope for disclosure to the crown within thirty-five (35) days of the charges being laid

TPS 492

42

Where a witness resides more than 100 kilometres from the boundaries of Toronto, who's approval is must be obtained prior to the subpoena being issued?

the Crown

43

When is primary disclosure due?

no later than fourteen (14) days from the date the charges are laid

44

When is secondary disclosure due?

no later than thirty-five (35) days from the date the charges are laid

45

Requests for any time frame extensions for disclosure shall be reviewed and approved by the

officer in charge and/or detective sergeant.

46

The Officer in Charge shall ensure the crown envelope is forwarded to the respective court, HOW many days prior to the accused scheduled court appearance (out of custody), or as required by the court.

at least five (5) days prior

47

How many days prior to the accused’s scheduled trial on all drug charges, or as required by the court, shall the Officer in Charge ensure the crown envelope is forwarded to Court Services, Old City Hall?

at least fourteen (14) days

48

means to voluntarily yield possession of any article, document, informational material and/or thing to a member, and the item (at that time) may or may not have apparent evidentiary value.

Surrendered Property

49

Motorized vehicles (e.g. mopeds, mini–bikes, motorized boats, snowmobiles, etc.) must be transported to:

a pound under contract with the Service.

50

A TPS 492 is not required as part of initial disclosure, however the fully completed TPS 492 must be included in the crown envelope for disclosure to the crown within __ of the charges being laid.

Thirty-five (35) days

51

Regarding an incident that might necessitate a school Lockdown, who shall identify a parent staging area?

police officer

52

Releases should have a first appearance court date of ___ from the date of release unless special circumstances exist, such as domestic cases

six (6) weeks

53

means a determined off–site location where responding personnel and appropriate equipment initially report to await details before entering the emergency site itself.

Staging

54

means a place near the scene of an emergency incident where members report for instructions and information. The command post should be located at a safe distance and near other emergency services command posts.

Command Post

55

To achieve this mandate, the EPC has established sub-committees reflective of the Incident Management System (IMS) - they are:

Public Information
Health and Safety
Investigative
Operations
Planning
Logistics
and Administration and Finance.

56

The IMS is based on a doctrine enacted by the ___ that recommends IMS as the emergency preparedness model in Ontario.

Ministry of Correctional Services and Community Safety

57

As an On-Call member of the Public Safety & Emergency Management, when notified of a Level - 3 Disaster Incident shall notify

the Inspector - PS&EM