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1

All employees are required to review their command-specific EOP
________

annually

2

In order to maintain readiness and test the effectiveness of emergency plans,
all field commands shall conduct or participate in at least _____ emergency
preparedness exercises _______.

two/annually

3

It is the responsibility of each command to ensure personnel meet _______training requirements in accordance with departmental directives as well as those dictated by the Commission on Peace Officers Standards andTraining.

NIMS/SEMS

4

Which system is the department's primary response tool for managing emergency incidents?

ICS

5

Commanders shall ensure their respective ______ include procedures to
determine the status of on and off-duty personnel and the welfare of their
immediate families.

EOPs

6

Federal Government.
Overall responsibility for most domestic
disasters and emergencies is assigned to which agency?

United States Department of
Homeland Security, which oversees the Federal Emergency Management
Agency.

7

State Government
The ________________provides
the basis for emergency preparedness programs for all levels of state
government.

California Emergency Services Act

8

Local Jurisdictions.
The _______________ provides the basis for emergency preparedness programs of cities and counties

State Emergency Services Act

9

What are the three types of proclamations of emergency in the State of California?

local emergency, state of emergency,
and state of war emergency.

10

Statewide Emergency Management.
The CHP and agencies such as the California Department of Transportation and the California National Guard ____ use resources in support of local jurisdictions but will normally function ___________ during an emergency.

may/independently

11

CHP personnel committed to the support of local jurisdictions _______remain
under the command and control of the CHP.

shall

12

The National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) requires the use of what system at the field response level for all incidents?

ICS

13

What is the National Incident Management System?

A system mandated by Homeland
Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5) that provides a consistent,
nationwide approach for federal, state, local, and tribal governments; the
private sector; and nongovernmental organizations to work together in
accordance with the National Response Plan (NRP)

14

What is the Standardized Emergency Management System?

Standardized Emergency
Management System is an emergency management system required by
California law (Government Code Section 8607) for managing a response to
multiple-agency or multiple-jurisdiction emergencies in California.

15

What is the nationally recognized and standardized on-scene emergency management system?

Incident Command System

16

What system shall be used as the response mechanism for all emergency incidents?

Incident Command System

17

It is the Department's intent that a __________ or _________ respond to and assume incident command responsibilities at all emergency incidents within the Department's primary investigative authority

supervisor/manager

18

The CHP on-scene __________shall ensure that assisting agencies are integrated properly and promptly into the ICS operation.

incident commander (IC)

19

In those instances where the CHP has a ___________, it is the responsibility of
the on-scene _________ to facilitate proper integration into the system being set up,

support role/supervisor

20

A supervisor/manager _____ respond to emergency incidents, including
crime scenes, not within the primary investigative authority of the Department,
that are adjacent to state property where the Department has investigative
authority (e.g., State Capitol), or areas adjacent to freeways and highways that
significantly impact traffic management within the Department's jurisdiction.

shall

21

California Highway Patrol uniformed personnel _____ assume incident
command at emergency incidents where the Department has primary investigative
authority.

shall, should or may

shall

22

T or F
Departmental personnel shall assume incident command responsibilities at
emergency incidents not within the Department's investigative authority?

True - when first on-scene and until relieved by a member of the appropriate agency having jurisdiction.

23

Incident command responsibility shall be assumed by the ____________on scene until relieved by appropriate departmental
supervisory/management personnel.

senior CHP uniformed officer

24

When available at the scene, the appropriate ICS-position vest _______ be
worn by departmental personnel at all multi-agency response emergency
incidents where a command post has been established and the CHP has
incident command responsibilities.

should, shall or may

should

25

What are the five basic ICS functions:

(1) Command or Command Staff
(2) Operations Section
(3) Planning/Intelligence Section.
(4) Logistics Section.
(5) Finance Section.

26

T or F
Division and Area commanders shall develop an Ops Plan for any anticipated command-specific event without approval from the Office of Assistant Commissioner, Field.

False - may

27

T or F
All commands shall develop and maintain a plan for 72-hour self-sufficient
operation.

True

28

T or F
All commands shall develop and maintain an EAP

True

29

properly credentialed representatives of the news media _______not be excluded.

should, shall or may

may

30

Officers of the CHP have the legal authority to enforce _________laws
when requested to assist federal authorities at the scene of a military
aircraft crash

federal