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  1. 213 What is the distance between UMOS to maintain formation at unusual disorder?
    1 arms length
  2. 213 Who inspects the mobilized UMOS's?
  3. 213 Wh oinspects the mobilized Patrol Supervisor?
    Lt Plt Commander
  4. Who comes for level 1 , 2, 3, 4 mobilization?
    • 1: Task force Borough
    • 2: Task Force Citywide
    • 3: Pct/TD/PSA Borough
    • 4: Pct/TD/PSA Citywide
  5. 213-03/05 Where does Sergeant respond when they are mobilized?
    Station House
  6. 213-05 Who has rasios on in van when responding to a mobilization?
    Sgt and Van Operator
  7. 213-05 How many UMOS are to be assigned to rooftops, rear yards and alley's during a mobilization?
    No less then 2
  8. 213-05 Who ensures that mobilized UMOS are properly equiped?
    Sergeant mobilized
  9. 213-05 How many mobile field forces are Lt's in charge of?
    3-5 squads
  10. 213-05 For the apprehension plan, what is reasonable amount of space for an outer perimeter?
    4 Blocks
  11. 213-06 During large scale arrest processing what is the acceptable amount of arrests for a cop and number of A/O's per Sgt?
    • 5 collars per cop
    • 4 A/O's per Sgt
  12. 213-6 When does A/O and perp get photoes at a large scale arrest process?
    Before getting in wagon
  13. 213-06 Who affixes the mass arrest pedigree label to back of polaroid of perp and A/O?
    Arrest Supv
  14. 213-06 During large scale arrest processing who decides if an arrestee gets a DAT or summons?
    Incident CO
  15. 213-06 Who insures an A/O knows how to articulate thier collar?
    Incident Commander
  16. 213-10 When does the CO or ranking officer call off duty UMOS during a mobilization?
    • 1- Early morning hours
    • 2-Other times if maybe they didnt hear
    • 3- Poor response
  17. 213-10 Who does CO or designated supervisor notify of personnel available, # of squads etc?
  18. 213-10 Who notifies transit Bureau for traffic control along monbilization point?
    CO Ranking Officer
  19. 213-10 Who can dictate an "Aleternate" point for off duty mobilization?
    PC, 1st Dep, Chief of Dept
  20. 213-10 For off duty mobilization where do city residents go for alternate mobilization location?
    • Perminent Command
    • SI residents (perm command if work on SI if not 122)
  21. 213-10 Who does the CO or ranking officer notify if transportation is needed for people to mobilization point?
  22. 213-11 How are demonstration observers ID'd and where are they allowed to observe?
    • They wear green armbands
    • They are allowed free access through police lines except for safety reasons
  23. 213-10 Who should respond for off duty mobilization?
    • RDO and
    • scheduled for next tour
  24. 213-10 Who goes into a mobile field force during off duty mobilization?
    RDO and OCCB
  25. 213-10 Who deploys a) RDO off duty mobilized UMOS? b) Next platoon responders? c) already on duty?
    • RDO-Borough
    • Next plt-Permanent Command
    • Already on Duty- Bureau
  26. 213-10 For off duty mobilization where do you report if you live a) Upstate? b) LI North or c) LI South, if an alternate point is designated?
    • a) Upstate-50 pct Van Cortlandt Park
    • b) LI North- 110 pct Flushing Meadow
    • c) LI South-113 pct Baisly Park
  27. 213-11 If an MOS receives info regarding an event during a special event or crowd control situation whoe shoul dbe notified?
    • notify Incident Commander
    • (If time factor notify Operations Unit direct)
  28. 213-13 Who does DO notify if plan A, B, C is activated via finest?
    • 1) CO
    • and 2)Other units in same building
    • 3) Borough when activated (hourly)
  29. 213-13 What are plan A, B, C?
    • A Arctic -snow/ice
    • B Boat-Flood Hurricane
    • C-Cars-Traffic Congestion
  30. 213-15 how far off the corner of through streets on parade routes are spectators not allowed on?
    100 feet and 25 feet on parade route
  31. 213-15 Who is the incident commander if 2 or more commands are involved? 2 or more borough's?
    • 2 or more command's: Borough CO
    • 2 or more Borough's: Chief of Patrol
  32. 213-16 Where do you tow a handicap or special DOT vehicle during relocation for special event?
    relocate as close as you can
  33. 213-16 Who posts "vehicle relocation notices" and how long are they posted?
    Assigned Supv and they stay posted for 48 hrs
  34. 213-16 How long are vehicle relocation reports maintained at the desk on a clipboard?
    45 days
  35. Who surveys and ensures "No Parking" signs are up and when?
    P/S each subsequent tour
  36. 213-16 When should no parking signs be posted for a special event and by who?
    at least 2 days prior by assigned supervisor
  37. 213-02 At an emergency incident, who does P/S or Plt Cmdr, notify? and update?
    Notify: DO, Operations, Borough, Communications

    Update: DO and Operations
  38. 213-12 Who can activate the apprehension plan and for what?
    • Capt can activate for
    • cop shot or multiple homicides and still fresh
  39. 213 How many Lt's does SI send to a mobilization?
    1 Lt
  40. 213-13 When does DO notify Ops direct during plan A, B, or C?
    When people are in need of temporary shelter and Emergency transportation
  41. 213-05 During the apprehension plan who does DO notify?
    • Borough
    • Operations
    • CO
    • and predetermined personnel as per command plan
  42. 213-12 Who do cops give info of License plates copied down after a canvass?
    Taru/DB command post
  43. 213 Mobilization Level 2 and above sends what?
    • EAT PAT DB
    • ESU supv and truck
    • Aviation
    • Taru
    • Patrol Wagon
    • Arrest process vehicle
    • THV
    • Decon truck
    • Barrier truck
    • NO AVIATION level 4
  44. 213-05 When do units including enforcement units ring the command post?
    • 30 minutes for enforcement units
    • hourly all other
  45. 213-03 For level 3 and 4 where are housing and transit UMOS deployed?
    • Level 3: secure own Bureau facilities
    • Level 4: Whereever needed
  46. 213-02 How are scuba divers requested?
    • Through radio for Emergency
    • Through SOD for routine dives
  47. 213 What are the personnel requirements for 1st plt mobilization?
    • 1 Sgt from 3 commands
    • 2 PO's from each command
    • (except SI)
  48. IO3s2002 Who compied a series of responsibilities for various Bureaus/Cmd's indicating actions to be taken under each security level into book form?
    The Dep Comm, Counterterrorism
  49. What positions must the P/S or Plt Cmd assign UMOS to at a mobilization?
    • OILP
    • Operations
    • Intell
    • Logistics
    • Personnel
  50. Where must CO/Duty Capt confer with before returning personnel at a mobilization to regular duty?
    Operations Unit Supervisor
  51. Who may superseed an Incident Commander at a mobilization?
    PC, 1st Dep, Chief of Dept or senior ranking operational Bureau Chief
  52. Where does Duty Capt at a rapid mobilization communicate the number of personnel and hte level of mobilization required?
    To Patrol Borough, Communications Section or Ops Unit
  53. Who must Duty Capt communicate with before authorizing further mobilization , if not at hte scene?
    1) PS /Plt Cmd, 2) Patrol Borough, 3)Operations Unit
  54. 213-05 What plan does the Incident Commander request to be delivered to command post?
    Pct/PSA/TD disorder plan
  55. 213-05 What does Incident Commander utilize if unable to personally inspect disorder area?
  56. 213-05 for what reason can Incident Commander request special or additional frequencies after conferring with Communication Section at a disorder?
    Special channels for Capt or above to communicate
  57. 213-05 Where are community leaders listed that can be used to dispel rumors and to disseminate accurate info at a disorder?
    App H of commands unusual disorder plan
  58. Who can Incident Commander utlize to ID future targets if applicable at a disorder scene?
    Community Affairs, Community policing and Det personnel
  59. 213-05 How much personnel is deployed as available enforcemen and reserve at a disorder scene?
    2/3 enforcement, 1/3 reserve
  60. 213-05 How many mobile field forces at a disorder will Capt command?
  61. 213-06 Where do Commanding Officers interested in using the former Manhattan Centrl Booking facility for large scale arrests notify?
    CO, Manhattan Court Section
  62. 213-06 Who notifies Do at arrest processing pct of the number of prisoners that are enroute to command for large scale arrest processing?
    Incident Commander
  63. 213-06 Where does Incident Commander notify via telephone message when a large scale arrest situation is anticipated?
    Borough Court Section
  64. 213-07 How many large wall type disorder maps should CO procure? From where?
    8, from Communications Division Cartography Unit
  65. 213-07 What are the 2 ways the disorder maps are marked?
    • 1) color (showing location and type)
    • and
    • 2) graphics
  66. 213-07 Where must disorder maps be forwarded to for lamination after CO marks it with sensitive and key locations?
    PA, Reproduction unit
  67. 213-08 Where must Pct/Unit Commander forward a disk with printed copy of unusual disorder plan to?
    Bureau Chief/Borough Comamnder or counterpart
  68. 213-08 Who does CO dispatch unusual disorder kit to scene of an unusual disorder?
  69. 213-09 How often does CO cause inspection of unusual disorder kit?
    Semi Annually
  70. 213-06 Upon completion of the inspection by the Dept of Labor reps where does CO forward a 49 to?
    Chief of Personnel attn: Occupational safety and health unit
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