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Command and Control:

The Command Center must provide the command and control functions necessary to put multiple response and recovery plans into action triggering them as needed, providing triage and the structure required to allocate resources and personnel.

INCIDENT COMMANDER

 The Incident Commander is responsible for incident activities including the development and implementation of strategic decisions and for approving the ordering and releasing of resources.  The Incident Commander, regardless of rank, has complete authority and responsibility for conducting the overall operation.

 These responsibilities include:

  •  Setting up an appropriate Field Command Post (FCP)

  •  Assigning command staff and the Section OIC as needed.

  • Conducting initial briefing.

  •  Activating elements of the Incident Command System / Crisis Management Team.

  •  Ensuring that planning and intelligence meetings are conducted, if necessary.

  • Approving and authorizing the implementation of an incident action plan.

  • Establishing a flow of pertinent information for command personnel.

  • Coordinating staff activity.

  • Managing incident operations by delegating to Field Operations Officer (when appropriate).

  • Approving requests for additional resources and requests for the release of  resources.

  • Approving the use of trainees, volunteers, academy recruits and auxiliary personnel,  for the incident.

  • Authorizing the release of information to news media.

  • Approving the completed incident action plan and forwarding it to the responsible agency(s) and dispatch center(s).

 

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