Using the scenario from Milestones One, Two, and Three, submit a full draft of your incident report. Make sure to include all the elements in the final project document. Be sure the report is complete, concise, clear, and correct, and that it describes the incident and outcomes through the use of information that answers the six essential questions. The instructor will provide feedback in the next module.
In Module Seven, you will complete your final project. This final submission is based on a different scenario and video. Keep in mind that in Module Seven you will only be able to view this video once and that you will have to complete the Field Notes and Incident Report based upon this viewing. Use what you have learned from the milestones to prepare for this final assessment.
Scenario One: You are the primary officer assigned to complete a report about this incident. Assemble a list of field notes based on your observations and on information that you consider to be necessary for the formulation of your report. Remember you will not be able to ask any questions, but keep in mind the information that you want to make note of.
Scenario Two: You are a secondary officer assigned to a call. You will use the same scenario from Milestone One for practice. The primary officer is completing the original report and has asked you to take witness statements and complete the supplemental report section of the incident report, which details the information you have learned.
Also, 100% free of plagiarism and completed on time!
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