Name, as it appears in onboarding
Where can you find the Echo911 General Radio Etiquette, Use, and Policy Handbook for the End User handbook?
I am required to use the Echo911's phonetic alphabet.
I am required to use Echo911's 10-Codes.
All radio users utilizing Echo911's dispatch services are required to take this test.
How do you begin any transmission?
If my transmission is short such as calling in or out of service, then I do not need to wait for acknowledgement.
I am not supposed to call in and out of service.
How do you clear from a call that is a Security Detail?
How should you answer a status check if you are okay and do not need any assistance?
Traffic over how many seconds should be split up?
What should you say to split your traffic and wait for dispatch to respond?
What do you need to do if you need to talk with another user, but your conversation does not require dispatch to listen?
If dispatch asks me to go 10-85, or switch channels, to a private channel then I should:
It's okay to have dispatch constantly poll my location instead of giving an address or site number.
Echo911 requires you to use the onboarding form and upload your sites with an associated site number.
Dispatch has not completed your routine status check in a while. You should:
It is okay to barge in on someone else's traffic
I can request dispatch to call emergency service for a non-injury accident I passed on the interstate.
I can request dispatch to call emergency services for an incident at a site that is not manned.
If I go from one site to another, I do not need to let dispatch know.
Echo911 will cancel emergency services for me if I no longer need them.
Select the true statement:
I have read and fully understand how to use the Clear Due Diligence system when interacting with Echo911 dispatch.
I understand I must be on a call to use the Clear Due Diligence System.
What is the 10-code for Security Detail?
I am automatically placed on scene when I use the call type, Patrol Hit (10-92)
If I leave a site or my radio is no longer on at the site I was checked out at then I will be removed from that call.
If my radio is off then I will be taken out of service.
I have read and understand how the Management Notification Function works.
I have added the number listed in the handbook to my phone. (All personnel should do this.)
I got a call and a text. I should:
I have read in its entirety and fully understand the Emergency Procedures section.