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T5 Test Review

T5 TR - AccInv, Emerg Comm, Comm & Prob Solv, HAZMAT

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Graph on which 3+ scales are arranged so that a straight line drawn through values on any 2 will cross the 3rd at a corresponding value Nomograph (Acc Invest)
Police whistle used to attract drivers attention to stop 1 long blast of whistle (Acc Invest)
Police whistle used to attract drivers attention to start 2 short blasts of whistle (Acc Invest)
Police whistle used to give warning signal to drivers Short rapid blasts, normally 3 (Acc Invest)
Any communication requesting a response to an emergency Emergency Communication (Emerg Comm)
How do you describe a vehicle over radio communication? Using CYMBAL - Color, Year, Make, Body Style And License Plate (Emerg Comm)
Identify the essential aspects of Critical Thinking Dispositions, Criteria, Argument, Reasoning, Point of View, Procedures for Applying Criteria (Comm & Prob Solv)
Identify the errors in reasoning. The Person: 1. Fails to observe and use all the relevant facts. 2. Fails to approach prob in step-by-step manner, jumping to conclusions. 3. Fails to spell out relationships fully. 4. Sloppy & inaccurate in collecting info and carrying out mental activities.
Identify methods of good problem solvers Activeness in Prob solving, Avoid quessing, Breaking prob into parts, Concern for accuracy, Positive attitude (Comm & Prob Solv)
Model/process implemented by policing agency in partnership with community SARA Model - Scanning, Analysis, Response, Assessment (Comm & Prob Solv)
Scanning Identifying the problem (Comm & Prob Solv)
Analysis Learning the problem's causes, scope and effects (Comm & Prob Solv)
Response Acting to alleviate the problem (Comm & Prob Solv)
Assessment Determining whether response worked (Comm & Prob Solv)
_____ requires that officers use their critical thinking skills to look for underlying cases behind events or a series of incidents rather to focus on individual occurrences as isolated events Problem-Oriented Policing (Comm & Prob Solv)
Substance or material capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health, safety, or property when transported in commerce. Incls substances, wastes, marine pollutants, elevated temperature materials Hazardous Material (HAZMAT)
Group of hazardous materials that share dangerous characteristics, which there are 9 of. Hazard Class (HAZMAT)
Any material found in work that could bc danger to health or cause harm Toxic Materials (HAZMAT)
Hazardous biological material that presents risk/potent risk to health of humans/animals/environment Infectious Materials (HAZMAT)
Radiation composed of particles that individually can liberate an electron from atom or molecule, producing ions usually in in ion pairs. Ionizing Radiation (HAZMAT)
Routes of Exposure Ingest, Inject, Inhal, Absorb (HAZMAT)
Routes of Exposure - How Absorption occurs Skin, Eyes, Mucous membranes (HAZMAT)
Routes of Exposure - How Ingestion occurs Eating/drinking, Contact with mouth by contaminated inanimate object (HAZMAT)
Routes of Exposure - How Injection occurs Puncture (by needle), Cut/abrasion, Insect/Pest bite/sting (HAZMAT)
Sources of Ionizing Radiation Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Neutron, X-Ray (HAZMAT)
Critical thinkers are skeptical, open-minded, value fair-mindedness, respect evidence/reasoning, clarity/precision, look @ diff points of view, & will change posit when reason leads them to. This describes the ____ essential aspect of critical thinking. Dispositions (Comm & Prob Solv)
To think critically, must apply criteria. Need to have conditions that must be met for something to be judged as believable. Ea subject area has diff criteria, some standards apply to all subjects. This describes the ____ essential aspect of crit think. Criteria (Comm & Prob Solv)
A statement of proposition w supporting evidence. Critical think involves identify, evaluating, and constructing arguments. This describes the ____ essential aspect of critical thinking. Argument (Comm & Prob Solv)
The ability to infer a conclusion from 1+ premises. To do so req examining logical relationships among statements or data. This describes the ____ essential aspect of critical thinking. Reasoning (Comm & Prob Solv)
The way one views the world, which shapes one's construction of meaning. In a search for understanding, critical thinkers view phenomena from many different points. This describes the ____ essential aspect of critical thinking. Point of View (Comm & Prob Solv)
Other types of thinking use a gen procedure. Critical thinking makes use of many procedures. These procedures incl asking qs, making judgments, and ID assumptions. This describes the ____ essential aspect of critical thinking. Procedures for Applying Criteria (Comm & Prob Solv)
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