Law Enforcement, Intelligence and Bioterrorism Investigation

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Law Enforcement, Intelligence, And Bioterrorism Investigation Test

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A short multiple choice test to assess the basic knowledge of law enforcement officers regarding the value of intelligence in bioterrorism investigation.

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Law Enforcement, Intelligence, And Bioterrorism Investigation Test

  1. 1. Law Enforcement, Intelligence and Bioterrorism Investigation Survey Test of Learning Objectives Answers available from MedicalWhistleblower@gmail.com True or False: 1. Medical Whistleblowers are important in the collection of intelligence True  related to terrorist activity. or False  2. The most important means for collecting intelligence about terrorist’s True  threats is to use satellite surveillance and signals intelligence – human or sources of information are irrelevant. False  3. Problem solving begins with identifying the barriers to dot collection. True  or False  4. How information circulates within an organization or community to help us True  understand the factors that must be controlled in order to communicate or dots effectively. False  5. The goal of bioterrorism is to produce fear in the population with True  subsequent disruption of society. or False  6. The largest germ warfare attack in U.S. history is the recent anthrax attacks. True  or False  7. In the Rajneeshee cult-Oregon-1984 Salmonella poisoning the Public Health True  officials assumed that this was a natural occurrence of food poisoning, only or to find out years later following a FBI interrogation of a criminal suspect that False  it was a Bioterrorist event. 8. In Aum Shinrikyo Sarin gas attack in Tokyo 1995 it was found that True  public Open Source Information analyzed by the intelligence community or should have provided preemptive threat assessments. False  9. In an overt bioterrorist attack there is often delay in recognition. True  or False  10. None of the current emerging or worldwide disease threats are zoonoses. True  or False  1
  2. 2. 11. A covert bioterrorist attack is often not recognized until several index cases True  present critically ill with similar symptoms in an unexpected setting. or False  12. A major Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak would have little economic True  impact here in the USA. or False  13. HIV/AIDS, monkeypox, and hantavirus are infectious diseases believed to True  have originated in animals. or False  14. Often, agents of bioterrorism produce vague, non-specific symptoms True  resembling flu-like illnesses. or False  15. If you cannot make sense of the raw data, or add value, you are not creating True  intelligence. or False  On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate this presentation? ( 1 is poor and 10 is excellent) _____________________ I learned new information from the presenter? True  or False  I found that the information presented might change my own response to a suspected Criminal or Bioterrorist event? True  or False  2

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