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  1. Ricin
  2. Planning and preparedness (for the event of a natural disaster) helps you concentrate on your
  3. CBRNE chemical threats include both
  4. Active shooter
  5. A WMD attack often focuses on
  6. Officers should have a plan in place for
  7. Botulinum toxin
  8. To prepare for a natural disaster, what supplies should be included in an officer's travel and safety kit?
  9. A(n) __________ is an area designated to keep contaminated and uncontaminated people separate to avoid the spread of contamination from a hazardous material.
  10. Common active shooter motivations include
  11. When responding to hazardous materials, patrol officers typically have only four responsibilities or goals, sometimes abbreviated as RIP-NOT. The "NOT" stands for __________.
  12. Approximately __________ percent of active shooters have historically been males and typically work alone.
  13. When identifying potential hazmat locations, __________ refers to a structure and its use. Some examples are manufacturing facilities, storage facilities, retail establishments, and residences.
  14. Public safety employees have a duty to
  15. When responding to hazardous materials, officers should
  16. Protective action distance
  17. __________ is defined as taking immediate shelter in a readily accessible location or remaining inside a structure to prevent exposure to a dangerous situation that exists outside of the structure.
  18. Standard of __________ is the level of competency expected or required during the performance of a service or a duty.
  19. How is the term "weapon of mass destruction" defined?
  20. It is a __________ to unlawfully manufacture, possess, sell, deliver, mail, send, display, use, threaten to use, attempt to use, conspire to use, or make readily accessible to others a "hoax weapon of mass destruction", which is defined as any device or object that by its design, construction, content, or characteristics appears to be, or is falsely represented to be, an actual weapon of mass destruction.
  21. Chemical suicide
  22. At a CBRNE scene, attempting to stop panicked people from leaving the site could place an officer in
  23. Law enforcement and other public safety organizations use
  24. When acting as part of the initial response to a large-scale incident, officers should be prepared to
  25. Shelter in place
  26. Quickly entering the scene and helping victims as soon as possible __________ work for WMD incidents.
  27. When responding to hazardous materials, patrol officers are typically trained to respond at the __________ level.
  28. Vehicle borne improvised explosive device
  29. Prior to the onset of a natural disaster, be sure that you have prepared a
  30. Anything that holds __________ or more classes of hazardous materials must display the "DANGEROUS" placard and may use it instead of the specific placard for each class of material.
  31. Dirty bomb
  32. __________ has helped officers throughout Florida and the nation handle situations such as large vehicle crashes, hurricanes, wildfires, and large political gatherings.
  33. When responding to hazardous materials at this level, responders take defensive action to protect nearby people, property, or the environment from the effects of the release. They are trained to respond in a defensive fashion without actually trying to stop the release.
  34. __________ of a natural disaster, police assignments include facilitating evacuations and providing traffic control and direction.
  35. Emergency Response Plan
  36. A(n) __________ is any substance or material that when released may cause harm, serious injury, death to humans or animals, or harm the environment.
  37. __________ of a natural disaster, the focus of law enforcement is on search and rescue, security of shelters and distribution centers, and protection of property.
  38. The "N" in CBRNE stands for __________.
  39. For ongoing situations in which ICS has already been established, such as hurricanes and wildfires, officers will receive particular
  40. Gases
  41. When responding to hazardous materials, patrol officers typically have only four responsibilities or goals, sometimes abbreviated as RIP-NOT. The "I" in this acronym stands for __________.
  42. When responding to hazardous materials, these individuals understand the hazards and risks of employees working in chemical protective clothing, know how to implement local, state, and federal emergency response plans, and understand the importance of decontamination procedures.
  43. The "C" in CBRNE stands for __________.
  44. The __________ requires all pesticides and some other chemical substances to display warning labels on the exterior of the container to provide awareness of the harmful contents.
  45. Improvised explosive device
  46. Active shooter incidents happen in the workplace nearly __________ as often as in schools but can occur anywhere.
  47. A(n) __________ shooter's objective is that of mass murder, rather than committing traditional criminal acts, such as robbery or hostage-taking.
  48. Emergency Response Guidebook
  49. Many terrorist plots have been interrupted or thwarted through
  50. Standard of care
  51. When responding to hazardous materials, patrol officers typically have only four responsibilities or goals, sometimes abbreviated as RIP-NOT. The "P" in this acronym stands for __________.
  52. If you are the first on the scene of a CBRNE incident,
  53. The __________ (ICS) is a standardized, on-scene, all-hazards approach to incident management that integrates the operation of facilities, equipment, personnel, procedures, and communications under a common organizational structure.
  54. When responding to hazardous materials, part of the isolation process is instructing people to move to an area
  55. There are __________ common classes of hazardous materials as defined by the DOT.
  56. When responding to hazardous materials, __________ involves ensuring the safety of the officer and the public through personal protective equipment and the evacuation of nearby structures.
  57. Nuclear weapon
  58. When responding to hazardous materials, these responders take offensive action to control a spill or leak. They assume a more aggressive role than a first responder at the operations level in that they will approach the point of release in order to plug, patch or otherwise stop the release of a hazardous substance.
  59. To resolve an active shooter incident, current tactics focus on
  60. Officers must be able to __________ that an incident involves WMD or hazardous materials and, if possible, __________ the materials involved. Every effort to avoid exposure should be made.
  61. To recognize potential terrorist activity, proactively patrol potential target areas within your patrol zone for
  62. Your first responsibility in a CBRNE situation is to
  63. The "R" in CBRNE stands for __________.
  64. When responding to hazardous materials, these responders take no further action beyond notifying the authorities of the release.
  65. CBRNE is an acronym commonly used to
  66. At a CBRNE scene, strongly encourage witnesses to
  67. It is a __________ to unlawfully manufacture, possess, sell, deliver, send, mail, display, use, threaten to use, attempt to use, conspire to use, or make readily accessible to others a "weapon of mass destruction".
  68. The "E" in CBRNE stands for __________.
  69. When responding to hazardous materials, _________ is the ability to deny or restrict access to the involved area and remove uninjured and uncontaminated people from that area.
  70. Explosives
  71. Meth labs
  72. The U.S. __________ requires most vehicles to display placards that describe the class of the hazardous materials on board.
  73. When confronted with an active shooter incident, an officer may encounter a chaotic situation
  74. Historically, terrorists conduct pre-operational surveillance before executing a
  75. In order to make accurate decisions (at a hazmat incident), it is essential that the officer
  76. When responding to hazardous materials, the first responder informs the next level of responder as defined in the agency's Emergency Response Plan. This is the __________ level.
  77. Common catalysts or triggers for active shooters include what?
  78. When responding to hazardous materials, this responder acts as the site liaison with federal, state, local and other government authorities in regards to site activities.
  79. Secondary device
  80. Many active shooters express their intent to harm others through
  81. Victim collection point
  82. Officers should be familiar with
  83. If the type of occupancy is unknown or cannot be verified (at a hazardous incident), assume that
  84. When acting as part of the initial response to a large-scale incident, after obtaining necessary information from dispatch, what should officers immediately do?
  85. At a CBRNE scene, avoid physical contact with potentially contaminated people and direct those individuals to a(n) __________ where decontamination can occur.
  86. Smallpox
  87. CBRNE
  88. An agency __________ establishes safe and uniform guidelines for response to incidents involving hazardous materials or weapons of mass destruction. Its goals are to protect the public and secure the scene while safeguarding responders.
  89. Anthrax
  90. Florida's natural geography makes it prone to certain types of environmental disasters which law enforcement officers are called upon for assistance.
  91. The "B" in CBRNE stands for __________.
  92. Prior to the onset of a natural disaster, a general rule is to include basic supplies needed (in a travel and safety kit) for a __________ period.
  93. The absence of a hazardous materials placard, label, or other warning
  94. When responding to hazardous materials, patrol officers typically have only four responsibilities or goals, sometimes abbreviated as RIP-NOT. The "R" in this acronym stands for __________ and identification.
  95. Certain traits are common to active shooters.
  96. Hazardous material
  1. a recognize/identify
  2. b relay information to responding units.
  3. c A weapon that derives its destructive power from an uncontrolled nuclear reaction
  4. d ERP
  5. e A written plan that describes the actions that an organization would take in response to various major events
  6. f agency ERPs to respond properly to hazardous material situations.
  7. g Incident Command System
  8. h 95
  9. i hazmat
  10. j Biological
  11. k Establish the ICS.

    Determine the appropriate personal protective equipment.

    Identify the type of incident or threat.

    Set up a command post.

    Determine whether to shelter-in-place or evacuate (with evacuation routes and collection points).

    Determine the resources needed, including the assistance of other agencies.
  12. l nine
  13. m first-degree felony
  14. n social media posts.
  15. o may be socially isolated

    may have feelings of hate and anger

    may have a history of mental health problems
  16. p Also known as radiation dispersal device; a traditional bomb with radioactive materials loaded into the casing
  17. q awareness
  18. r assigned duties without being distracted or worried about the well-being of your family.
  19. s Chemical
  20. t isolation
  21. u WMD attack.
  22. v awareness role
  23. w remain in a safe area at the scene so that investigators can question them.
  24. x Prior to the onset
  25. y A substance or material that when released may cause harm, serious injury, or death to humans and animals, or harm the environment
  26. z An additional explosive device placed at the scene of an ongoing emergency response intended to cause casualties among responders
  27. aa two
  28. ab In the immediate aftermath
  29. ac VCP
  30. ad The distance that people should stay from a hazardous spill
  31. ae Nuclear
  32. af travel and safety kit.
  33. ag any device or object that is designed or intended to release radiation or radioactivity at a level dangerous to human or animal life

    any biological agent, toxin, vector, or delivery system

    any device or object that is designed or intended to cause death or serious bodily injury to any human or animal, or severe emotional or mental harm to any human, through the release, dissemination, or impact of toxic or poisonous chemicals, or their precursors

    any device or object involving a biological agent
  34. ah notification
  35. ai active
  36. aj NOTification
  37. ak A naturally occurring bacterium which when inhaled causes a very high mortality rate for its victims; when exposure occurs through the skin, victims have a high rate of survival
  38. al A highly toxic poison found in the seeds of the castor bean plant
  39. am will not
  40. an hazardous materials incident commander
  41. ao The act of taking immediate shelter in a readily accessible location or remaining inside a structure to prevent exposure to a dangerous situation that exists outside of the structure
  42. ap secure the scene in order to isolate exposed victims and the contaminated area.
  43. aq A contagious infectious disease transmitted by prolonged face to face contact with an infected person, direct contact with infected bodily fluids, and direct contact with infected objects
  44. ar industrial chemical hazards as well as weaponized chemical hazards.
  45. as heavily frequented locations.
  46. at Explosives
  47. au Environmental Protection Agency
  48. av Locations where methamphetamine is manufactured
  49. aw hurricanes
    wildfires
    tornadoes
    floods
  50. ax The level of competency expected or required during the performance of a service or a duty
  51. ay protect yourself.
  52. az ICS
  53. ba Recognition
  54. bb with secondary hazards such as improvised explosive devices

    fleeing crowds.

    large numbers of injured people.
  55. bc Shelter-in-place
  56. bd An acronym that stands for Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Explosives and that is used to identify types of hazards associated with an accidental release or intentional use of a weapon of mass destruction
  57. be Radiological
  58. bf hazardous materials specialist
  59. bg Isolation
  60. bh protection
  61. bi identify types of hazards that an officer may face either as part of an accidental release or intentional use of a weapon of mass destruction.
  62. bj food

    water

    medication if needed

    an extra uniform

    batteries

    a change of clothes
  63. bk assignments and attend regular briefings.
  64. bl immediately locating the shooter and neutralizing the threat before assisting the injured.
  65. bm operational role
  66. bn Protection
  67. bo act to a hazardous materials incident, but responders should not exceed the level of their training and equipment in responding to an incident.
  68. bp occupancy
  69. bq hazardous materials may be present.
  70. br A homemade bomb constructed and deployed in ways other than conventional military action and which can be made from commercially available materials
  71. bs An area designated to keep contaminated and uncontaminated persons separate to avoid the spread of contamination from a hazardous material
  72. bt expand the ICS as needed.
  73. bu major adverse changes to life circumstances

    changes in financial status or loss of or termination from a job


    loss of significant relationships


    changes in living arrangements


    being the victim of bullying or feelings of humiliation or rejection
  74. bv upwind, uphill, and upstream from the contaminated area to a secure position.
  75. bw Materials that are neither solid nor liquid at ordinary temperatures; flammable, non-flammable, poisonous, or corrosive materials in containers under pressure
  76. bx second-degree felony
  77. by Department of Transportation
  78. bz A method of committing suicide by mixing two or more easily acquired chemicals, commonly an acid and a base; also known as "detergent suicide"
  79. ca family members and animals regarding the event of a natural disaster.
  80. cb victim collection point
  81. cc personal danger
  82. cd An extremely toxic biological agent that can be introduced to the body through ingestion, inhalation, or absorption
  83. ce suspicious activities and investigate suspicious circumstances.
  84. cf does not mean that hazardous materials are not present.
  85. cg care
  86. ch hazardous materials technician
  87. ci domestic disputes.

    workplace retaliation.

    retaliation by acurrent or former student.
  88. cj identify the type of hazardous material involved, but the officer should not put him- or herself at risk in the process.
  89. ck A resource to guide a first responder's initial actions to a hazmat incident including the identification of hazardous materials, outline basic actions for first responders, recommend areas of protective action, and give responders an initial safety plan
  90. cl ICS to deal with many different types of large-scale incidents.
  91. cm 48-hour
  92. cn Materials or devices designed to release energy very rapidly
  93. co traffic stops and other proactive patrol techniques.
  94. cp twice
  95. cq One or more individuals participating in a random or systematic killing spree demonstrating their intent to harm others with a firearm
  96. cr A motor vehicle used as a bomb