1.
Instructions on how to handle evidence or clues should be given:
A.
by the team leader as clues are found.
B.
during the briefing.
C.
during the debriefing.
D.
during notification phase.


2.
Which of the following is NOT one of the five types of clues?
A.
physical
B.
events
C.
analytical
D.
situational


3.
Injured subjects should never be assessed or treated before law enforcement arrives on scene.
A.
True
B.
False


4.
Which of the following is NOT one of the three characteristics on which clue detection is based?
A.
the sensor
B.
the Incident Commander
C.
the search object
D.
the environment


5.
List five pieces of information from a subject profile that may help predict the behavior of the lost person.
__________   __________   __________   __________   __________

Answer:


6.
List three ways to document clues.
_______   _______   _______

Answer:


7.
Determining probability of detection helps us to:
A.
estimate how thoroughly a segment has been searched.
B.
prepare for the briefing.
C.
determine the point last seen.
D.
determine the last known point.



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