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NCJ Number: 134699 Find in a Library
Title: Illinois State Police Disaster Scene Identification Kits and District Contingency Planning
Corporate Author: Illinois State Police
United States of America
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 11
Sponsoring Agency: Illinois State Police
Springfield, IL 62794
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Document: PDF
Type: Policy/Procedure Handbook/Manual
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: These directive specify the procedure for the use of emergency identification kits at the scenes of disasters and provide guidelines for use by local jurisdictions in preparing plans for handling special events, civil disorder, and disasters in Illinois.
Abstract: The identification kits are intended to ensure the proper identification of persons at disaster scenes and include passes for residents, medical personnel, government officials, utility workers, rescue workers, and others as well as tags for bodies or dismembered parts. The guidelines for contingency planning cover the role of the Illinois State Police in providing assistance and ensuring the greatest effectiveness in the use of personnel and resources at special events, disasters, and disorders. The guidelines list the responsibilities of the district and area commanders, specific procedures, logistical considerations, reporting to the news media and the public, and other topics. Attached checklists
Main Term(s): Police emergency procedures
Index Term(s): Contingency planning; Disaster procedures; Illinois; Police emergency planning
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