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  1. Signals
  2. Assessment
  3. Phonetic alpha code
  4. SARA
  5. Acute stress
  6. Fight or flight response
  7. Delayed stress
  8. Contact officer
  9. Perimeter
  10. Fatal funnels
  11. Cover
  12. Intelligence led policing
  13. Concealment
  14. Alphanumeric code
  15. BOLO
  16. Florida Crime Information Center
  17. Cover officer
  18. Ten or numeric code
  19. Radio protocol
  20. DDACTS
  21. Roll call
  22. Chronic stress
  23. Response
  24. Observation
  25. Perception
  26. Scanning
  27. Hypervigilance
  28. Suspicious activity
  29. Hit
  30. Cumulative stress
  31. Deep corners
  32. National Crime Information Center
  33. Querying
  34. Stress
  35. Analysis
  1. a The stress that results from numerous sources over time; also known as routine stress
  2. b A system that uses the number "10" to precede other numbers that represent specific activities
  3. c A type of stress that is short-lived and severe
  4. d Corners that cannot be visually cleared from a doorway; must be checked first upon entry
  5. e Any stress that lies buried for a period and then resurfaces
  6. f Data Driven Approach to Crime and Traffic Safety is the integration of location-based crime and traffic crash data that determines the most effective methods for deploying law enforcement and other resources
  7. g an officer works to determine the cause of the problem by collecting information from various sources.
  8. h The backup officer who is strictly responsible for officer safety concerns at a scene
  9. i Any activity that is abnormal for a specific time of day in a particular area
  10. j The area surrounding the site of an incident that may be cordoned off to prevent unauthorized personnel from leaving or entering the area
  11. k The customs and regulations for dealing with diplomatic formality, precedence, and etiquette when constructing and transmitting radio messages; it also includes the proper use of appropriate codes and signals
  12. l allows officers the opportunity to respond to the problem by working with people who live and work in the community, businesses, and public agencies.
  13. m A system of communication that uses the word "signal" to precede numbers
  14. n A database housed at the Florida Department of Law Enforcement that provides statewide information on people and property, driver's licenses and registration information, wanted and missing people, stolen guns, vehicles, and other property, and a person's status files and computerized criminal histories
  15. o An impression in a person's mind of an individual, people, or events based on experiences, biases, beliefs, assumptions, and observations; the process of organizing and attaching meaning to sensations, so that they can be interpreted
  16. p An acronym for Scanning, Analysis, Response, Assessment; a problem-solving model that provides a tool for officers to find proactive solutions to community issues
  17. q ILP is the integration of community policing and law enforcement intelligence
  18. r The body's preparation to either fight a threat or flee the situation
  19. s An exact match in a database search
  20. t Generally, problem solving produces one of five results: the problem is eliminated; the problem is substantially reduced; the harm created by the problem is reduced; a better method of handling the problem is found; or the problem is found to be outside the realm of law enforcement.
  21. u A national database maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation that contains information from records of stolen, abandoned, and recovered property, wanted and missing person files, and files of people on supervised release, protection orders, foreign fugitives, immigration violators, and known or suspected terrorists or gang members
  22. v Anything that creates a bullet-resistant barrier between an officer and a threat
  23. w A system that combines letters and numbers that may include officer call signs or auto tags
  24. x The primary officer on a call
  25. y An object or group of objects that creates a visual barrier between an officer and a threat but may not stop a projectile
  26. z A brief informational meeting that officers attend before starting a shift
  27. aa Be On the Look Out
  28. ab A type of stress that continues for a long period
  29. ac Officers should look for patterns in crimes, victims, or geographic locations. Scanning takes a broad, intensive view of a particular area or series of events to describe community problems accurately. Often, you can state these descriptions as answers to the following questions:
  30. ad A system of code that uses the letters of the English alphabet to identify letters in voice communication
  31. ae Gathering information for law enforcement purposes; also includes entering, running, vehicle check, records check, wants and warrants check, criminal justice database check, FCIC/NCIC Department of Safety and Motor Vehicle database check
  32. af Narrow spaces that restrict movement; these are typically doorways, hallways, and windows
  33. ag Accurately noting what is presented to the five senses by keeping in view, noticing, or giving attention to persons, things, or circumstances
  34. ah The physical or emotional reactions to an event or situation
  35. ai Is an enhanced state of awareness or "being on guard" that impedes one's ability to relax and disengage from a stressful situation