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Supervisors at the scene of an_______ must continually assess the situation to determine the proper allocation and utilization of manpower and resources. This evaluation should not focus primarily on the present requirements, but on future needs as well.

Critical Incident

Unusual Occurrence

High Risk Incident

Fallen Aircraft

Unusual Occurrence

2

The periodic redistribution of manpower to maintain order, establish control, and accomplish law enforcement objectives is essential in a ______ police environment.

urban

fast pace

decentralized

modern

decentralized

3

______means a high risk situation that imminently poses a continuing threat of death or serious bodily injury to any person by another and includes, but is not limited to, the following types of incidents: barricaded individual; bomb incident; high risk suicide situation; hostage incident; sniper incident; and terrorist action.

Civil Disturbance

Critical Incident

Unusual Occurrence

Manmade Disaster

Critical Incident

4

______ 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

Critical Incident

Unusual Occurrence

Manmade Disaster

Civil Disturbance

5

_______means a threat to public safety created by fire, conventional or nuclear explosion, and accidents involving hazardous materials, train mishaps, aviation crash, and/or utility outages or shortages.

Civil Disturbance

Critical Incident

Unusual Occurrence

Manmade Disaster

Manmade Disaster

6

______means the damaging effects of hurricanes, tornadoes, windstorms, thunderstorms, floods, earthquakes, or other natural phenomena.

Manmade Disaster

Critical Incident

Unusual Occurrence

Natural Disaster

Natural Disaster

7

________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. Includes, natural disasters; manmade disasters; civil disturbances; and incidents which escalate beyond the scope of Critical Incidents.

Manmade Disaster

Critical Incident

Unusual Occurrence

Natural Disaster

Unusual Occurrence

8

Phase I is implemented for an ________when the total manpower and resources assigned to the on-duty Patrol Division: cannot control the occurrence; cannot provide adequate coverage to other sections of the City; or cannot conclude the occurrence within a reasonable length of time.

Critical Incident

Unusual Occurrence

Manmade Disaster

Natural Disaster

Unusual Occurrence

9

Phase I recalls the necessary off-duty personnel, including their respective supervisory and command officers, assigned to the oncoming shifts, in the following order:

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for adjacent service areas

Off-duty Investigations Division personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shifts

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for the service area responsible for the occurrence

Off-duty Traffic Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift

Off-duty Traffic Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift

10

Phase I then recalls which off-duty personnel?

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for adjacent service areas

Off-duty Investigations Division personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shifts

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for the service area responsible for the occurrence

Off-duty Traffic Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for the service area responsible for the occurrence

11

The last of Phase I then recalls which off-duty personnel?

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for adjacent service areas

Off-duty Investigations Division personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shifts

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for the service area responsible for the occurrence

Off-duty Traffic Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift

Off-duty Investigations Division personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shifts

12

The third phase of Phase I then recalls which off-duty personnel?

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for adjacent service areas

Off-duty Investigations Division personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shifts

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for the service area responsible for the occurrence

Off-duty Traffic Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift

Off-duty Patrol Section personnel assigned to report to the oncoming shift for adjacent service areas

13

Implementation of Phase I is initiated by the ________who was notified and responded in accordance with GM Procedure 314, Command Notification.

Incident Commander

Unusual Occurrence
Commander

Unit Director

Command Officer

Command Officer

14

Notice of Phase I implementation is made to:

a. The Deputy Chief(s) assigned to Patrol Division

b. The Deputy Chief assigned to Technical Services Division

c. The Deputy Chief assigned to Investigation Division

d. The Chief of Police, or, in his
absence, the Acting Chief of
Police

e. A & D

e. A & D

15

Which Phase requires the recall of all Departmental personnel?

Phase I

Phase II

Phase III

At no time are all personnel
recalled

Phase II

16

In which phase may mutual aid from the Bexar County Sheriff's Department and Texas Department of Public Safety may be requested.

Phase I

Phase II

Phase III

At no time are all personnel recalled

Phase II

17

The ____________will authorize the implementation of Phase II based on recommendations from the Command Officer who responded to the initial incident.

EOC Commander

Unusual Occurrence
Commander

Critical Incident Commander

Chief of Police or, in his
absence, the Acting Chief of
Police

Chief of Police or, in his
absence, the Acting Chief of
Police

18

Notice of Phase II implementation is made to the_______

City Manager

Mayor

Emergency Management
Coordinator

All of the above

All of the above

19

The activation of the City of San Antonio Emergency Operations Center is determined and made by the ___________.


a. City Manager

b. Mayor

c. Emergency Management
Coordinator

d. Chief of Police or, in his
absence, the Acting Chief of
Police

e. A or B

f. D or C

e. A or B

20

In what phase is State or Federal assistance requested?

Phase I

Phase II

Phase III

Phase IV

Phase III

21

All requests for State or Federal disaster relief assistance, including the National Guard, must be made through the _________(by authority of the Mayor).

Emergency Management Coordinator

Office of the Chief of Police

City Manager

Governor of Texas

Emergency Management Coordinator

22

This request is made to the ________through the District Disaster Committee Chair (DPS Captain), Region 3B, and Texas Department of Public Safety.

Governor of Texas

Texas Division of Emergency
Management

Federal Emergency
Management Administration
(FEMA)

Mayor’s Office

Texas Division of Emergency
Management

23

All sworn members are to report in the ________, unless instructed otherwise.

rain gear

work clothes

regulation uniform

emergency uniform

regulation uniform

24

In Phase I, who determines the number of necessary personnel from the oncoming shifts to be recalled.

Unusual Occurrence
Commander

City Manager

Chief of Police or, in his
absence

Incident Commander

Incident Commander

25

In Phase I, who notifies the on-duty Communications Unit shift supervisor of the personnel designated to recall.


Unusual Occurrence Commander

City Manager

Chief of Police or, in his
absence, the Acting Chief of
Police

Incident Commander

Incident Commander

26

The ______directs and supervises the notification of all command personnel assigned to the oncoming units or shifts designated to be recalled.

Communications Unit shift supervisor

Incident Commander

Office of the Chief of Police

Deputy Chief assigned to the Patrol Division

Communications Unit shift supervisor

27

In which phase does all relief days, vacations, training activities, support activities, and other leave (except sick and injury leave) are automatically canceled.

a. Phase I

b. Phase II

c. Phase III

d. All of the above

e. B & C

e. B & C

28

The ______notifies the on-duty Communications Unit Shift Supervisor; and the Office of the Chief upon implementation of Phase II & III.

Incident Commander

Unusual Occurrence
Commander

EOC Commander

Critical Incident Commander

Incident Commander

29

The __________notifies the Office of the City Manager and Mayor upon implementation of Phase II & III.

Incident Commander

Unusual Occurrence
Commander

Office of the Chief

Critical Incident Commander

Office of the Chief

30

The ________ensures the recalled members receive specific assignments.

Unusual Occurrence Commander

City Manager

Chief of Police or, in his
absence, the Acting Chief of
Police

Incident Commander

Incident Commander