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"______" means those activities for which permits are required, large numbers of persons may gather or attend, or unique security or traffic control efforts are required and such activity is known in advance.

Civil Disturbance

Spontaneous Events

Planned Events

Unusual Occurrences

Planned Events

2

"______" means any domestic emergency such as a demonstration, strike, riot, and/or public panic which has the potential of causing casualties or major damage to property.

Civil Disturbance

Planned Events

Spontaneous Events

Unusual Occurrences

Civil Disturbance

3

"_______" means events which may create a threat to public health, safety, or order and such activity occurs without sufficient notice to allow for comprehensive planning.

Civil Disturbance

Planned Events

Spontaneous Events

Unusual Occurrences

Spontaneous Events

4

"________" means emergency situations that are of such significant magnitude so as to compel the recall of personnel or support from other agencies in order to protect life and property, prevent escalation, and restore order.

Civil Disturbance

Planned Events

Spontaneous Events

Unusual Occurrences

Unusual Occurrences

5

Examples of Spontaneous Events include:

unusual occurrences

crowd disorders

labor disputes

First Amendment rights
activities

All of the above

All of the above

6

Examples of Planned Events include:

a. Parades
b. sporting events
c. dignitary protection
d. First Amendment rights activities
e. cultural and civic events
f. religious gatherings
g. labor disputes
h. community activities
i. All of the above
j. a, b, c & g

i. All of the above

7

Unusual occurrences include:

Natural disasters

Manmade disasters

Civil disturbances

Incidents which escalate beyond the scope of Critical
Incidents

All of the above

All of the above

8

The Department is committed to the protection of the constitutional rights of persons and groups to conduct peaceful and lawful demonstrations. However, in those situations which threaten the lives, property, rights, health, or safety of the citizens, or the general order of the City, the Department responds immediately to _______. The Department contends with these situations in an appropriate manner so as to minimize the potential threat.

a. Quell disturbances

b. Establish control

c. End threatening activity

d. Restore order

e. All of the above

f. B & D

f. B & D

9

The Deputy Chief assigned to the _______Division maintains the responsibility for identifying resource needs and planning the appropriate police response for scheduled events.

Patrol

Tactical Support

Investigations

Support Services

Tactical Support

10

This Deputy Chief is hereafter referred to as the _______for all planned events.

Unusual Occurrence

Critical Incident

Incident Commander

Commander in Chief

Incident Commander

11

The supervisory office-in-charge of the appropriate ________is responsible for initiating the appropriate police action in response to spontaneous events.

Section

Division

Patrol Division service area

Patrol shift

Patrol Division service area

12

This supervisory officer, until relieved by a higher ranking officer, is hereafter referred to as the ______.

Incident Commander

Critical Incident Commander

Person-in-Charge

HMFIC

Incident Commander

13

In response to planned or spontaneous events, the _______is responsible for meeting with the sponsors to discuss the required permits and applicable laws.

Critical Incident Commander

Incident Commander

Person-in-Charge

HMFIC

Incident Commander

14

In _____, the sponsors or leaders are readily identifiable, allowing for scheduled informal meetings.

Spontaneous events

Critical incidents

Planned events

Unusual occurrences

Planned events

15

In _______, contact with the formal or informal leaders is made. When practical, this is a personal contact, otherwise the crowd is addressed by use of a loudspeaker.

Spontaneous events

Critical incidents

Planned events

Unusual occurrences

Spontaneous events

16

In planned events, the required manpower is obtained by the utilization of the on-duty members of the ______, with additional volunteers solicited when necessary.

Special Operations Division

Technical Services Division

Traffic Section

Patrol Division

Traffic Section

17

In spontaneous events, the available on-duty resources of all _____ personnel is utilized, with additional manpower needs acquired through the implementation of a mobilization phase in accordance with GM Procedure 806, Mobilization.

Special Operations Division

Technical Services Division

Traffic Section

Patrol Division

Patrol Division

18

In events requiring large numbers of personnel or covering a large area, the area should be divided in the quadrants or sections with each quadrant or section under the direction of a ______officer.

a. Supervisory

b. Division Commander

c. Command Level

d. Service Area Commander

e. A or C

e. A or C

19

Crowds can generally be categorized into three (3) types:

a. Passive
b. Active
c. Volatile
d. Violent
e. A, B, & C
f. All of the above

e. A, B, & C

20

______crowds require crowd management techniques.

a. Passive
b. Active
c. Volatile
d. Violent
e. A & B
f. All of the above

e. A & B

21

______crowds requires crowd control strategies and/or dispersal tactics.

a. Passive
b. Active
c. Volatile
d. Violent
e. A & B
f. All of the above

c. Volatile

22

What are the types of passive crowds?

a. Tranquil
b. Apprehensive
c. Peaceful
d. Exuberant
e. All of the above
f. A,B, & D

f. A,B, & D

23

The members of a ____crowd are lawfully pursuing their interest with the safety of others in mind. As such, they require no police control.

Tranquil

Apprehensive

Peaceful

Exuberant

Tranquil

24

A sudden or unanticipated development may cause members of a crowd to become ___.

Tranquil

Apprehensive

Peaceful

Exuberant

Apprehensive

25

An _____crowd gathers for an enjoyable event. This crowd responds to cheerleading, flag waving, and music. It is an enthusiastic crowd and follows cues.

Tranquil

Apprehensive

Peaceful

Exuberant

Exuberant

26

What are the types of active crowds?

a. Confused
b. Apprehensive
c. Annoyed
d. Physically Active
e. Protesting
f. All of the above
g. A,C,D, & E

g. A,C,D, & E

27

_____ - Members of a tranquil crowd who don't have sufficient information and the perplexing situation causes confusion and anxiety.

Annoyed

Confused

Physically Active

Protesting

Confused

28

_____ - Members of passive crowds experiencing confusion and a feeling of being denied information relative to a current difficulty.

Annoyed

Confused

Physically Active

Protesting

Annoyed

29

_____ - Members of exuberant crowds who begin to throw objects for others to catch in the spirit of having fun.

Annoyed

Confused

Physically Active

Protesting

Physically Active

30

_____ - An antagonistic, often hostile, crowd seeking to bring about a change in a relationship or structure. If this crowd is frustrated in its immediate efforts to achieve change it may become volatile.

Annoyed

Confused

Physically Active

Protesting

Protesting