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IS-100.LEB: Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS 100) for Law Enforcement


1. What type of command creates a single ICS structure with a built-in process for an effective and responsible multijurisdictional or multiagency approach?
 A. Multiple Command
 B. Area Command
 C. Mutual Command
 D. Unified Command


2. Which General Staff position manages costs related to the incident, and provides accounting, procurement, time recording, and cost analyses?
 A. Finance/Administration Section Chief
 B. Logistics Section Chief
 C. Planning Section Chief
 D. Operations Section Chief


3. You are a Group Supervisor working in a Branch within the Operations Section. Who is your immediate supervisor?
 A. Branch Executive Officer
 B. Branch Chief
 C. Branch Director
 D. Branch Leader


4. Which Section is responsible for providing communication planning and resources?
 A. Finance/Administration Section
 B. Operations Section
 C. Logistics Section
 D. Planning Section


5. You are working on editing and assembling the Incident Action Plan for the next operational period. Where are you working?
 A. Operations Section
 B. Logistics Section
 C. Planning Section
 D. Finance/Administration Section


6. You are working at establishing a computer network and communications support for incident personnel. Where are you working?
 A. Operations Section
 B. Planning Section
 C. Finance/Administration Section
 D. Logistics Section


7. The major activities of the Logistics Section include:
 A. Setting up and maintaining incident facilities.
 B. Preparing and documenting Incident Action Plans.
 C. Compensating for injury or damage to property.
 D. Developing plans for demobilization of resources.


8. When implemented properly, Unified Command:
 A. Requires the establishment of separate Operations Sections comprised of responders from each jurisdiction or agency.
 B. Involves the development of multiple Incident Action Plans under the direction of each Incident Commander.
 C. Is managed away from the incident scene at an Emergency Operations Center or other facility.
 D. Enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively.


9. Which of the following Sections is responsible for providing medical services to incident personnel?
 A. Finance/Administration Section
 B. Operations Section
 C. Planning Section
 D. Logistics Section


10. My Section supports the incident response by overseeing contracting for needed supplies and services that are not already available. Who am I?
 A. Operations Section Chief
 B. Planning Section Chief
 C. Logistics Section Chief
 D. Finance/Administration Section Chief


11. The Incident Command depends on me to make sure that all incident personnel have the supplies, equipment, and support they need. Who am I?
 A. Operations Section Chief
 B. Planning Section Chief
 C. Finance/Administration Section Chief
 D. Logistics Section Chief


12. Which Section is responsible for ensuring that incident personnel have needed transportation, supplies, and equipment?
 A. Finance/Administration Section
 B. Operations Section
 C. Logistics Section
 D. Planning Section


13. Incident Commanders within the Unified Command do all of the following, EXCEPT:
 A. Work together to establish resource ordering procedures.
 B. Concur on the selection of the General Staff Section Chiefs.
 C. Communicate to make joint decisions and speak as one voice.
 D. Form multiple command structures if disagreements arise.


14. Which individual or entity is responsible for conducting long-range and/or contingency planning?
 A. Incident Commander
 B. Planning Section
 C. Agency Executive
 D. Logistics Section


15. Within the Operations Section, a Director supervises each:
 A. Unit.
 B. Group.
 C. Branch.
 D. Division.


16. Which Section Chief is responsible for ensuring that assigned incident personnel are fed and have communications, medical support, and transportation as needed to meet the operational objectives?
 A. Finance/Administration Section Chief
 B. Logistics Section Chief
 C. Planning Section Chief
 D. Operations Section Chief


17. You are arranging for medical examinations for incident response personnel. Where are you working?
 A. Operations Section
 B. Logistics Section
 C. Finance/Administration Section
 D. Planning Section


18. Which Section Chief is responsible for recording personnel time, maintaining vendor contracts, administering compensation and claims, and conducting an overall cost analysis for the incident?
 A. Operations Section Chief
 B. Planning Section Chief
 C. Finance/Administration Section Chief
 D. Logistics Section Chief


19. The Finance/Administration Section may staff four Units:

Procurement Unit
Cost Unit
Compensation/Claims Unit
___________________________________________________

 A. Documentation Unit
 B. Medical Unit
 C. Time Unit
 D. Administration Unit


20. TRUE OR FALSE: Under a Unified Command, there are multiple Incident Commanders who work together to establish the incident objectives.
 A. True
 B. False


21. The major activities of the Finance/Administration Section include:
 A. Setting up food services for responders.
 B. Collecting and evaluating incident intelligence.
 C. Maintaining documentation for reimbursements.
 D. Developing plans for demobilization of resources.


22. What is the correct name of the ICS application used when there are multiple Incident Commanders, each representing a jurisdiction, agency, or department that has responsibility for some aspect of the incident?
 A. Mutual Command
 B. Unified Command
 C. Area Command
 D. Multiple Command


23. There is a need to organize Groups and Divisions to ensure appropriate levels of span of control. The Groups and Divisions can be organized into:
 A. Units.
 B. Companies.
 C. Branches.
 D. Regiments.


24. The Incident Commander depends on the Logistics Section Chief to:
 A. Direct tactical activities to achieve the incident objectives.
 B. Interface with representatives from assisting and coordinating agencies.
 C. Provide facilities, services, and material support for the incident.
 D. Develop the Incident Action Plan.


25. Which of the following Sections is responsible for providing communication planning and resources?
 A. Finance/Administration Section
 B. Logistics Section
 C. Planning Section
 D. Operations Section


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