1.
__________________ is simply defined as following someone or something by stringing together a continuous chain of their sign.
A.
Bracketing
B.
Sign cutting
C.
Tracking
D.
Track traps


2.
Tracks are usually easiest to see:
A.
when the sun is at a low angle as in early morning or late afternoon.
B.
in the middle of the day.
C.
when it is rainy and cold.
D.
when the sky is cloudy.


3.
__________________ tracking involves the tracker seeing each step while proceeding no further than the last visible track and using the stride to determine where next to look for sign.
A.
Sign cutting
B.
Step-by-step
C.
Sump
D.
Track trap


4.
Tracking does not require much equipment but does require:
A.
speed.
B.
sight, patience, perseverance, and determination.
C.
a K-9 team in order to be effective.
D.
both A and C


5.
__________________ is looking for sign in order to establish a starting point from which to track.
A.
Bracketing
B.
Jump tracking
C.
Track traps
D.
Sign cutting


6.
The step-by-step method of tracking uses:
A.
a K-9 team and grid searchers.
B.
a three-person team composed of a point person and two flankers.
C.
whoever is available in staging.
D.
none of the above.


7.
The area where the victim was last known to have been:
A.
has little or no bearing on a tracker finding sign.
B.
has the highest chance of containing tracks or other evidence useful to the tracker.
C.
can be used by the tracker to determine direction of travel.
D.
both B and C



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