Critical Incident Management Lesson Plan

A
213) According to Willie Goff’s doctrine: Critical Incident Management, the first and most important priority in most critical incidents is/are:
a) Timely containment
b) Executing the plan
c) Establishing rules of engagement
d) Announcing over the air that you are taking control of the incident
e) Making a decision
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN – PRINCIPLE #2, CONTAINMENT)
B
225) The following are “Major Principles” included in the Critical Incident Management Plan except:
a) Containment
b) Notify appropriate command
c) Make a plan
d) Critique
e) Execute the plan
f) Take charge
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
False
226) The Portland Police Bureau’s Critical Incident Management Plan suggests a supervisor should be a part of the communication team to ensure the right questions are being asked.
True or False
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
C
403) There are 5 major principles of the Critical Incident Management Plan. What are they?
a) Take Charge; Containment; Make Notifications; Supervise; After Action
b) Take Charge; Make a Plan; Communicate; Execute the Plan; Critique
c) Take Charge; Containment; Make a Plan; Execute the Plan; Critique
d) Take Charge; Stage; Delegate; Containment; After Action
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
True
413) Critical incident crime scenes consist of an inner perimeter, outer perimeter, and working area. True or False
(DIR ???.?? – POLICY)
B
439) The critical incident management plan consists of 5 major principles. Which of the following is NOT part of the first major principle, “Take Charge”?
a) Roll Call
b) Forming a communication team with a male and female officer who are CIT trained
c) Deciding a staging area vs a direct response
d) Maintaining unit integrity
e) Keeping a reaction car mobile
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
D
440) Safety priorities are the basis for all our tactics. The CIM plan prioritizes subjects on scene in the following ranking:
a) Hostages, Innocents, Suspects, Police
b) Police, Hostages, Innocents, Suspects
c) Innocents, Police, Hostages, Suspects
d) Hostages, Innocents, Police, Suspects
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
D
441) A critical incident is not over until what has occurred?
a) Someone has contacted the neighbors and “made up” with them, maintaining relationships
b) The PIO has been briefed
c) The After Action report is written
d) The Critique has been done
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
C
469) According to the Critical Incident Management Plan, which of the following are NOT the responsibility of the outer perimeter:
a) Control routes into and out of the area of operations
b) Allow passage of additional emergency equipment
c) ID everyone in the perimeter
d) Be ready to engage the threat if it breaches the inner perimeter
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
B
470) What resources, in the Critical Incident Management Plan, are named to help with displaced residents:
a) Parks bureau resources
b) Red Cross
c) YMCA
d) All of the above
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
D
471) What is the purpose of a “Reaction Car” in the Critical Incident Management Plan:
a) Primary responder
b) Cover unit to respond to threat quickly
c) To flush out the suspect
d) To reinforce positions
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)
?
472) According to the Critical Incident Management Plan, After a callout, what are suggested ways to keep track of where everyone is located:
a) Dispatch
b) Notebook
c) Identify a recorder
d) All of the above
(CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN)