Priority codes

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Pinchy01
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Priority codes
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2013-11-14 22:32:19
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  1. List the four criteria for a P1
    • 1. Actual threat to life/property, happening now
    • 2. Violence being used/threatened
    • 3. Serious offence and offender present or leaving the scene
    • 4. Serious vehicle crash
  2. Explain P1 criteria 1. Actual threat to life/property, happening now.
    • The threat will be stopped/removed by police attending
    • There is actual likely likelihood of harm or injury to a person
    • Property is likely to be damaged or taken
  3. Explain P1 criteria 2. Violence being used/threatened
    • Actual violence occurring
    • Threats that violence will occur
  4. Explain the P1 criteria 3. Serious offence and offender present or leaving the scene
    • A serious offence is is being committed at this time
    • A likelihood of apprehension of an offender
  5. Explain 1 criteria 4. Serious vehicle crash
    Person(s) trapped or injured
  6. give the P1 response times
    • Dispatcher = read the event within two mins
    • Police Officer = attendance within 0-10 mins
  7. Give the seven criteria for P2
    • 1. sudden death
    • 2. evidence may be lost
    • 3. Disorder
    • 4. distressed victim
    • 5. vehicle crash (not serious)
    • 6. offender present + held but not violent
    • 7. suspicious activity
  8. give the P2 response times
    • Dispatcher = read within 10 mins
    • Officers = attendance 0-30mins
  9. which code?
    Violence
    actually occuring or threats it will occur? P1
  10. serious offence?
    • Offender present? yes = P1
    • No = P2 (no likelihood of apprehension)
  11. Vehicle crash?
    • trapped or injured? P1
    • no injury P2
  12. victim unable to advise what is occuring?
    • P2 (distressed victim)
    • provide no actual threat happening now
  13. P3 criteria?
    Historic offences
  14. P3 response times?
    • Dispatcher = read within 8 hours
    • Officer = attend within 0-24hrs
  15. Give the three P3 explanations:
    • 1. suspect/offdr no longer present
    • 2. occurred over a period of time
    • 3. not urgent to attend
  16. Criteria for P4?
    • 1. dispatcher info (broadcast)
    • 2. report to station (complainant to make a formal report)
    • 3. advised events (referrals to external orgs/agiencies)
  17. P7?
    • police attendance required for follow-up only
    • code only used by CRL

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