Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
1119 Arson and Explosives Investigation
Terms in this set (24)
1.] A device which causes damage by fragmentation, heat, and blast wave.
2.] Heat produced often causes a fire
A device constructed with flammable materials designed to produce a burning effect.
a.) Knowingly damages a building or inhabitable structure by starting a fire or causing an explosion.
b.) It's not arson if the building is destroyed for a lawful reason with permission.
Knowingly damages property of another by starting a fire or causing an explosion.
Knowingly burning or exploding
a.) Recklessly damages or destroys a building or inhabitable structure of another by knowingly starting a fire or causing an explosion.
b.) Damage caused is unintentional, but conduct is reckless.
Reckless burning or exploding
a.) With criminal negligence causes damage to property of another by fire or explosion.
b.) Person should have been aware of the risk.
Negligent burning or exploding
Knowingly causes death or serious physical injury to ten or more people; or substantial damage to five or more buildings or inhabitable structures; or substantial damage to a vital public facility which seriously impairs its usefulness or operation; accomplished by explosion, fire, flood, collapse of building, release of poison, radioactive material, bacterial, virus, or other substance or force which is dangerous or difficult to confine.
Knowingly possesses, manufactures, transports, repairs, or sells an explosive weapon, machine gun, gas gun, or exploding bullet or projectile.
Possession, manufacture, transport, repair, or sale of certain weapons prohibited
any explosive, incendiary, or poison gas bomb or similar device designed or adapted for the purpose of inflicting death, serious physical injury, or substantial property damage; or any device designed or adapted for delivering or shooting such a weapon.
To bomb or to plant or place any bomb or other explosive matter upon or near any terminal or bus.
Bombing and other explosive matter upon bus or near bus terminal
Knowingly makes or causes to be made a false report to any person that a bomb or other explosive has been placed in a public or private place or vehicle.
False Bomb Report
1.] Suspicious package
2.] Via mail
3.] Written message (mail or messenger)
5.] In person
A bomb threat can be received in several ways.
1.] Turn radio off when nearing scene- Radio signal could detonate an explosive device.
2.] Contact manager/person in charge
a.) Explain the reason for your presence
Identify the patrol officer's role in responding to a bomb threat.
a.) Should be conducted by personnel who are most familiar with the premises (they know what does and does not belong there).
b.) Officer may assist in the search
State who should conduct a search of a facility for a device after a bomb threat.
1.] Police may order an evacuation of the building if an explosive device or suspected device is found.
2.] Evacuate everyone.
3.] Be aware of the possibility of a second device somewhere.
4.] Post guards at entrances
State who makes the decision to evacuate a facility if a bomb threat is made.
1.] Locate the furthest piece of debris from the blast seat (usually the heaviest item).
2.] Measure distance from that debris to the blast seat.
3.] Then add one half that distance to establish the perimeter size.
Establish a Perimeter
1.] Paramedics to administer medical care.
2.] Arson and explosive detectives.
3.] Crime scene technicians
Limit Admittance to Scene
1.] Have all personnel enter and leave by the same path.
2.] Minimize the chance of destroying fragile evidence.
Use one entry/exit path
Be cautious and aware of secondary devices while securing the perimeter to post blast scenes.
Second device possibility
1.] Heat (temperature)
2.] Oxygen (oxidizer)
4.] Uninhibited chain reaction.
Principles of burning (4 elements).
chemical decomposition of matter through the action of heat.
1.] Fire produces gases
2.] Rapid progress after flaming starts.
3.] May be very short or several hours duration.
4.] Ceiling temperature 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Phases of Structural Fires-First Phase (incipient)
1.] Major involvement.
2.] Convection heating.
3.] Ceiling temperature 13 00-1600 degrees Fahrenheit.
4.] Large amount of dark gray smoke.
5.] Rapid duration.
6.] Fire progresses consuming oxygen.
Phases of Structural Fires-Second Phase (free burning/flame producing)
1.] Burning is reduced to glowing embers.
2.] Ceiling temperature 1000 degrees Fahrenheit.
3.] Large quantity of toxic/flammable gases.
Phases of Structural Fires-Third Phase (Smoldering)
Sets found in the same folder
1116 Bad Check Investigation
1117 Auto Theft investigation
1101 Interrogation Process
1118 - Criminal Intelligence
Other sets by this creator
1120 Jurisdiction Specific Investigation: Firearms
1115 Sexual Investigation
Other Quizlet sets
Chapter 8 - Pathophysiology
Year 7, Unit 5a - Qu'est-ce qu'il faut manger pour…
Manicurist final study guide