The common staff consists of , , and .
The first responding officer is designed as the .
During any crises situation, all first responders will base his decisions on , , and .
The command staff title is
The General Staff title is Chief. They have control over , , , , and .
The cannot deploy federal resources until requested by the state authority.
The actions of law enforcement officer within the immediate crises area. Isolate the threat, , Evaluate the situation, and .
Two tactical perimeters are : and .
DNA Buccal swab : swab the cheek for seconds.
Leave the foam applicator in contact with the FTA card for seconds.
Allow FTA card to dry for at least minutes.
A has no unity or purpose, no leadership, not dependent on each other.
A crowd has a common purpose, common interest, no leadership, responds emotionally to the same stimuli.
A has leadership, is organized, has a prearranged plan, may or may not be orderly or violent.
CN Tear gas has printing.
CS irritant gas has printing.
OC inflammatory gas has printing.
HS Smoke Gas has printing.
Officer survival rests on three foundational pillars conditioning, conditioning, and conditioning.
The phase consists of having the proper mental attitude.
The Pre-Stop Phase consists of giving the dispatcher your exact .
During the Phase you are to first create a gap which is comprised of two essential elements, & cover.
In the phase you are observing occupants, license plate, trunk lids and backup lights.
" " method is the preferred method to use for tractor/large truck stops.
Low beam headlights project - feet.
High beam headlights project - feet.
Night driving problems begin at based on the pupils dilate with darkness which results in efficiency.
When driving in the dark, the of is the driver has a smaller field of vision available like driving in a lighted tunnel.
Loss of visual cues, , vehicle , speed, dirty headlights & are all hazards of night driving.
Three types of driving distractions , and cognitive efforts.
is anything that causes the eyes to focus on something other than the roadway.
is caused by at lest one of the hands to be removed from normal driving functions and performing another task.
is taking your mind off driving.
Law enforcement must be contemporaneous.
The five essential elements of the law enforcement notes are , Complete, Concise, and .
The initiative is a partnership with officers and agents across the US to reduce the number of line-of-duty deaths to annually.
The five basic tenets of Below 100 are watch your , wear your , wear your , WIN, and recognize that kills.
An officer is a fact finder.
Narrative police reports need to be written in order.
The three pharmacological classifications of drugs of abuse : , , and .
slow down the Central Nervous System. Mimic and come from Opium Poppy.
Non-narcotic substances that are considered depressants are : Barbiturates, and tranquilizers.
Two types of Central Nervous System Stimulants are : and Amphetamine-type compounds.
LSD, Peyote, Psilocin Mushrooms, and Marijuana are all examples of .
is a small cactus with flowers containing alkaloid, mescaline. It is considered a hallucinogen.
produces a rapid general anesthesia for medical purposes and is often used as a date rate drug.
Smoking is often referred to as : chasing the dragon.
Cocaine is a schedule substance.
often treat ADD / ADHD
PCP abusers are immune from .
leads to dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
On the nod, constricted pupils, and facial itching are all symptoms of .
Sense of pleasure, hyper stimulation, dilated pupils, and rapid speech are all symptoms of .
Auditory hallucinations, sensory crossover, paranoia, and lack of coordination are all symptoms of .
The elements of Title 21 USC 841 are Manufacture, distribute or , and with intent to .
Schedule 1,2,3,4, and 5 fall under elements of Title 21 USC .
Actually having drugs on person is called possession.
Exercising sufficient dominion or control over substances so as to possess it is called Possession.