EXAM 3

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The common staff consists of , , and .

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The first responding officer is designed as the .

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During any crises situation, all first responders will base his decisions on , , and .

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The command staff title is

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The General Staff title is Chief. They have control over , , , , and .

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The cannot deploy federal resources until requested by the state authority.

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The actions of law enforcement officer within the immediate crises area. Isolate the threat, , Evaluate the situation, and .

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Two tactical perimeters are : and .

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DNA Buccal swab : swab the cheek for seconds.

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Leave the foam applicator in contact with the FTA card for seconds.

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Allow FTA card to dry for at least minutes.

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A has no unity or purpose, no leadership, not dependent on each other.

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A crowd has a common purpose, common interest, no leadership, responds emotionally to the same stimuli.

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A has leadership, is organized, has a prearranged plan, may or may not be orderly or violent.

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CN Tear gas has printing.

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CS irritant gas has printing.

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OC inflammatory gas has printing.

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HS Smoke Gas has printing.

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Officer survival rests on three foundational pillars conditioning, conditioning, and conditioning.

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The phase consists of having the proper mental attitude.

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The Pre-Stop Phase consists of giving the dispatcher your exact .

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During the Phase you are to first create a gap which is comprised of two essential elements, & cover.

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In the phase you are observing occupants, license plate, trunk lids and backup lights.

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" " method is the preferred method to use for tractor/large truck stops.

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Low beam headlights project - feet.

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High beam headlights project - feet.

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Night driving problems begin at based on the pupils dilate with darkness which results in efficiency.

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When driving in the dark, the of is the driver has a smaller field of vision available like driving in a lighted tunnel.

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Loss of visual cues, , vehicle , speed, dirty headlights & are all hazards of night driving.

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Three types of driving distractions , and cognitive efforts.

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is anything that causes the eyes to focus on something other than the roadway.

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is caused by at lest one of the hands to be removed from normal driving functions and performing another task.

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is taking your mind off driving.

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Law enforcement must be contemporaneous.

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The five essential elements of the law enforcement notes are , Complete, Concise, and .

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The initiative is a partnership with officers and agents across the US to reduce the number of line-of-duty deaths to annually.

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The five basic tenets of Below 100 are watch your , wear your , wear your , WIN, and recognize that kills.

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An officer is a fact finder.

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Narrative police reports need to be written in order.

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The three pharmacological classifications of drugs of abuse : , , and .

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slow down the Central Nervous System. Mimic and come from Opium Poppy.

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Non-narcotic substances that are considered depressants are : Barbiturates, and tranquilizers.

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Two types of Central Nervous System Stimulants are : and Amphetamine-type compounds.

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LSD, Peyote, Psilocin Mushrooms, and Marijuana are all examples of .

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is a small cactus with flowers containing alkaloid, mescaline. It is considered a hallucinogen.

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produces a rapid general anesthesia for medical purposes and is often used as a date rate drug.

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Smoking is often referred to as : chasing the dragon.

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Cocaine is a schedule substance.

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often treat ADD / ADHD

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PCP abusers are immune from .

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leads to dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

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On the nod, constricted pupils, and facial itching are all symptoms of .

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Sense of pleasure, hyper stimulation, dilated pupils, and rapid speech are all symptoms of .

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Auditory hallucinations, sensory crossover, paranoia, and lack of coordination are all symptoms of .

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The elements of Title 21 USC 841 are Manufacture, distribute or , and with intent to .

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Schedule 1,2,3,4, and 5 fall under elements of Title 21 USC .

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Actually having drugs on person is called possession.

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Exercising sufficient dominion or control over substances so as to possess it is called Possession.

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