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  1. 212-01 Roll Call Formations
    Who Assembles platoon in ranks in sitting or muster room,(Five (5) minutes after the start of tour of duty)?
    PATROL SUPERVISOR
  2. 212-01 Roll Call Formations
    How much traveltime is given for Sergeants, police officers and detectives to report in uniform to a location within the geographic boundaries of the precinct to which assigned at the beginning of their tour?,
    sufficient travel time within the tour
  3. 212-02 Meal Period
    When commencing meal period, who is it that must notify radio dispatcher at beginning of meal, of location where meal is to be taken. If meal is to be taken in a Department facility, notify the desk officer?
    UNIFORMED MEMBER OF THE SERVICE
  4. 212-02 Meal Period
    When commencing meal period, who is it that must inform radio dispatcher upon return to post and make ACTIVITY LOG entry?
    UNIFORMED MEMBER OF THE SERVICE ASSIGNED TO FOOT/TRAIN PATROL
  5. 212-02 Meal Period
    When commencing meal period, who is it that must notify radio dispatcher, by appropriate code signal, prior to commencing assigned meal period and upon return to patrol?
    UNIFORMED MEMBER OF THE SERVICE ASSIGNED TO RMP
  6. 212-02 Meal Period
    UNIFORMED MEMBER OF THE SERVICE PERFORMING DUTY IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES will request permission from immediate supervisor prior to taking meal, BUT if he is unavailable who do they notify?
    Notify bureau/borough operations desk/Field Operations Desk (FOD) of intended meal location. Document name of supervisor notified and meal location in appropriate Department record (ACTIVITY LOG, INVESTIGATOR’S DAILYACTIVITY REPORT, movement log, etc.)
  7. 212-02 Meal Period
    The commanding officer of a precinct may designate a portion of an adjoining precinct where members may obtain meals during _________?. Such designation shall be forwarded on Typed Letterhead to __________?
    -the hours a suitable eating facility is not available within the precinct of assignment

    -the appropriate borough commander
  8. 212-02 Meal Period
    UMOS 's assigned to outside details who are denied a one (1) hour meal period are entitled toa credit of one (1) hour compensatory time at straight time, this applies to UMOS's in the rank of?
    Police officers whose meal was denied due to exigent circumstances
  9. 212-02 Meal Period
    Who is responsible to ensure that police officers are assigned and granted one (1) hour meal periods absent exigent circumstances ?
    Commanding officers of outside details
  10. 212-02 Meal Period
    If exigent circumstances prevent the granting of meal periods, who is responsible to submit a written communication to the Office of Labor Relations detailing the actual exigent circumstances.
    commanding officers of outside details, the Police Commissioner will then make a final determination if exigent circumstances did exist
  11. 212-08 Activity Logs
    SUPERVISORY MEMBER
    Indicate supervision and inspection of member’s ACTIVITY LOG by inserting on the next open line what?
    the date, time, rank, signature and comment, if any
  12. 212-09 Unusual Occurrence Reports
    accroding to this procedure, when an unusual incident occurs, who informs Operations Unit and desk officer of details of investigation?
    COMMANDING OFFICER/DUTY CAPTAIN
  13. 212-09 Unusual Occurrence Reports
    where does a copy of the C.O./Duty Captians report go if occurrence involves the death of a person while in police custody or death or serious injury to a person in connection with a police activity or death or injury to a person as a result of a police firearms discharge?
    Copy to Deputy Commissioner, Strategic Initiatives
  14. 212-09 Unusual Occurrence Reports
    When do you NOT use The UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE REPORT form?
    • -firearms discharges by members of the service
    • - labor coalition incidents,
    • -“Prisoners Unusual Occurrence”
    • - or any other unusual incident determined not appropriate by the investigating precinct commander/duty captain
  15. 212-10 Interrupted Patrol Log
    According to this procedure, who frequently reviews the Interrupted Patrol Log to determine if stops in the command are necessary and if they are being expedited?
    Commanding officers
  16. Interim Order 21(10) - Revision to PG 212-11, "Stop and Frisk,"
    Specifically, what is the purpose of WHAT IS A STOP, QUESTION AND FRISK ENCOUNTER? tear off information card?
    To explain the legal authority for the stop and common reasons why individuals are stopped by the police.
  17. 212-12 Citywide Intelligence Reporting System
    terrorist activity can also be reported to the Intelligence Division, by members of the service and the public how?
    through the Counter Terrorism hotline 888-NYC-SAFE
  18. 212-12 Citywide Intelligence Reporting System
    Where does the UNIFORMED MEMBER OF THE SERVICE record Intelligence Division Log number and Intelligence Division member notified?
    in ACTIVITY LOG
  19. 212-12 Citywide Intelligence Reporting System
    Any member of the service (uniformed or civilian) with information concerning suspected terrorist activity will notify ?
    the desk officer of the command of occurrence and the Intelligence Division direct at 1-646-805-6400 or 1-888-NYC-SAFE
  20. 212-12 Citywide Intelligence Reporting System
    Members of the service who become aware of hidden compartments (traps) in specificvehicles, regardless of whether an arrest is effected, will comply with this procedure andreport this information as what?
    criminal intelligence
  21. 212-14 Traffic Intelligence Report
    Whenever a uniformed member of the service observes a traffic condition that is not immediately correctable and the need for further assistance is required, OR when an accident-prone location is identified by the Traffic Accident Management System (TAMS): the UMOS WILL?
    Prepare TRAFFIC INTELLIGENCE REPORT
  22. 212-14 Traffic Intelligence Report
    WHEN AN ACCIDENT-PRONE LOCATION HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED BY TAMS the Traffic Safety Officer will confer with?
    executive officer regarding conditions that can be corrected atthe precinct level through use of available resources
  23. 212-14 Traffic Intelligence Report
    Who ensures each Monday the WEEKLY STREET CONDITIONS SURVEY is reviewed and appropriate agencies/members notified?
    OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
  24. 212-15 Lojack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System
    Who ensures that the LOJACK MONTHLY REPORT (PD171-152) is forwarded to where? AND when?
    • -the Chief of Patrol, through channels
    • -by the third (3rd) day of each month
  25. 212-16 Evacuations of New York City Transit Trains
    EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

    DUTY CAPTAIN, who do you consult with to determine if either a reach train or rescue train will be used, or if passengers should be evacuated via benchwall or roadbed?
    Rapid Transit Operations Command Center
  26. 212-16 Evacuations of New York City Transit
    NON-EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

    DUTYCAPTAIN,
    who do you communicate with to ensure the assignment of sufficient personnel to effect the safe movement and discharge of passengers at the alternate terminus?
    Rapid Transit Operations Command Center and field personnel on scene
  27. 212-18 Searches for Armed.Dangerous Persons on New York City Transit
    Who determines whether power should be removed, based upon reported information, seriousness of condition, location, and time of day ?
    DISTRICT COMMANDING OFFICER/PRECINCT COMMANDING OFFICER OR DUTY CAPTAIN
  28. 212-18 Searches for Armed.Dangerous Persons on New York City Transit
    In verified situations wherearmed/dangerous person(s) are on New York City Transit tracks, the DISTRICT COMMANDING OFFICER/PRECINCT COMMANDING OFFICER OR DUTY CAPTAIN will have who respond?
    Have transit borough commander/duty inspector and patrol borough commander/duty chief notified to respond
  29. 212-26 Inspection of New York City Housing Authority Facilities
    Based on what information will a PSA commanding officer ensure that all on-site storage locations are temporarily designated as NYCHA facilities, and inspected in conformance with this procedure?
    Based on the LIST provided by Housing Authority managers to the PSA commanding officer listing the development addresses where materials and equipment will be stored, while the development is undergoing construction and/or improvement(s)
  30. Interim Order 6(11) - Revision to PG 212-32, "Off Duty Incidents Involving UMOS"
    When the Internal Affairs Bureau, Command Center, is notified that an off duty uniformed member of the service has suffered a non-fatal bullet wound from a firearms discharge and he/she did not discharge a firearm and the injured member is not the subject of any allegationof misconduct, the Internal Affairs Bureau will notify the Personnel Bureau to enter the event entitled ?
    “UMOS Victim of Bullet Wound”with a zero (0) point value on the concerned member’s Central Personnel Index (CPI).
  31. 212-29 Firearms Discharge by Uniformed Members of the Service
    PATROL BOROUGH SHOOTING TEAM - Consists of?
    • on an ad hoc basis
    • -personnel assigned to the Borough Investigations Unit
    • -Detective Bureau,Emergency Service Unit
    • -community affairs officers
    • -precinct patrol supervisors
    • and precinct police officers
  32. 212-29 Firearms Discharge by Uniformed Members of the Service
    In all cases involving an injury as a result of a firearms discharge, a notification regarding the incident must be made to?
    the Internal Affairs Bureau, Command Center
  33. 212-29 Firearms Discharge by Uniformed Members of the Service
    Commanding/executive officer, precinct of occurrence/duty captain conducts investigation and signs required report, under the supervision of the duty inspector, whenever a uniformed member of the service discharges a firearm under circumstances where there:?
    • a. Is no injury to a person, and
    • b. No shooting team leaders on duty.
  34. 212-29 Firearms Discharge by Uniformed Members of the Service
    If firearm is discharged outside New York City, uniformed member of the service concerned will promptly report discharge to?
    local police authorities and the Operations Unit, either personally or by responsible messenger
  35. 212-29 Firearms Discharge by Uniformed Members of the Service
    Who does the DESK OFFICER notify in regards?
    • -Precinct commanding officer/executive officer
    • -Operations Unit
    • -and patrol borough command without waiting for details
    • -Internal Affairs Bureau, Command Center, immediately, if an injury is involved
  36. 212-29 Firearms Discharge by Uniformed Members of the Service
    INVESTIGATING OFFICER Respond to scene and conduct investigation, notify District Attorney’s Office when?
    in all shooting cases
  37. 212-29 Firearms Discharge by Uniformed Members of the Serv
    Who does the INVESTIGATING OFFICER direct to prepare the FIREARMS DISCHARGE/ASSAULT REPORT?
    How about if incapacitated?
    • -Direct uniformed member concerned to prepare FIREARMS DISCHARGE/ASSAULT REPORT
    • -Incapacitated- Direct patrol supervisor to prepare REPORT, if uniformedmember concerned is incapacitated
  38. 212-29 Firearms Discharge by Uniformed Members of the Service
    When does the COMMANDING/EXECUTIVE OFFICER, MEMBERCONCERNED conduct informal interview of uniformed member(s) concerned?
    after initial investigation is completed
  39. 212-30 UMOS Fired Upon, Subject of Assault, Harassment, Menancing
    What is the primary method used by the Department to gather intelligence information regarding incidents which are lifethreatening for police officers?
    FIREARMS DISCHARGE/ASSAULT REPORT
  40. 212-31 Threats Against Members of the Service
    If threatened member is off duty at time of threat, the threatened member will be directed to contact?
    the precinct detective squad concerned, as soon as possible, and the Intelligence Division,Operations Unit immediately (available twenty-four [24] hours a day at [718] 834-4301) for debriefing and assessment of threat precautions to be implemented, if necessary
  41. 212-31 Threats Against Members of the Service.
    The precinct commander/duty captain will determine which of the recommendations, if any, are to be implemented, and allocate patrol personnel and resources accordingly.In addition, in appropriate cases, the precinct commanding officer should consider doing what regarding the Residence Address of a Threatened UMOS?
    including the residence address of a threatened uniformed member of the service forinclusion on the Hazardous/Sensitive Location List, in accordance with A.G. 316-35,“Hazardous/Sensitive/ Hazardous Material Locations
  42. 212-31 Threats Against Members of the Service
    In cases where the threat neither originates nor is received within the City of New York,and the targeted uniformed member does not reside within the City who will be responsible for monitoring the case?
    the Intelligence Division, Threat Assessment Unit, will be responsible for monitoring the investigation conducted by the police agency with jurisdiction and for coordinating the Department’s assistance with the investigating agency.
  43. 212-33 Confrontation Situations
    According to this procedure, what is the first thing the COMMANDING OFFICER,PRECINCT OF OCCURRENCE/DEPARTMENT FACILITY will do regarding confrontation situations?
    Determine duty status of members involved
  44. 212-34 Probie, Eligible, Civilian Involved in a Police Incident
    When a probationary police officer, a civilian employee or a person eligible forappointment to the Department is involved in a police incident the COMMANDING OFFICER will have three copies of report prepared on TYPED LETTERHEAD and forward them where?
    • a. Commanding Officer, Medical Division, when a person is on a police eligible list.
    • b. Commanding Officer, Applicant Processing Division, if incident involves a police eligible.
    • c. Commanding Officer, Performance Analysis Section, for probationary police officers or civilian employees.

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