Medical Treatment Forms

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Which packet should be completed for a new on-duty injury?

Injury Packet for new on-duty injuries

Where can Injury Packets be found?

In a file cabinet in the Squad Room

What form in the Injury Packet must be completed by both the employee and the supervisor?

Employee Injury/Illness Report form

When should supervisors remind officers to not broadcast information about exposures over the radio?

When an on-duty exposure is reported

Which of the following is considered a bloodborne pathogen?

Blood

What is the definition of incidental exposure?

Contact with another person's blood or bodily fluids through uninjured skin

What qualifies as a significant exposure?

contact with another person's blood or bodily fluids that comes into direct contact with an employee's eyes, nose, mouth, or other mucous membranes, or penetrates any area of the body beneath the skin.

When should the employee seek medical treatment for an exposure to a bloodborne pathogen?

Within 24 hours of the exposure

Who completes the 'Treatment info.' section on the medical form?

The physician

When should the employee seek post-exposure testing for tuberculosis?

Within 5 days of the exposure

What should the employee do if there is an exposure to a wound?

Scrub the wound with soap and water

What should the supervisor do when an employee requires immediate treatment?

Notify the medical facility before the employees arrival and assist the employee in completing an Injury Packet

What is the supervisor's responsibility if the source individual refuses to have their blood tested?

Notify the Administrative Secretary

What should the supervisor do if the re-injury occurred less than two years from the original injury?

Notify the Administrative Secretary

Who determines the specific course of treatment and follow-up diagnostic testing schedule for post-exposure follow-up?

WorkHealth’s Infectious Disease Physician

According to the Grandview Heights Police Supervisor’s Manual, what are some signs of possible drug or alcohol impairment in an employee?

Dilated or constricted pupils

What is the maximum time limit for completing the reasonable suspicion test after the supervisor's observations?

4 hours

What is the supervisor's responsibility if an employee is suspected to be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol?

All of the above

What should the supervisor do if a union representative is not immediately available during the testing process?

Continue with the testing process without delay

Which of the following is a reason for a Division supervisor to initiate the alcohol and/or drug testing process?

The employee is under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs while on duty

What may happen to an employee who fails to comply with a supervisor's order to submit to testing?

They may be subject to a charge of insubordination and relieved from assignment

What must a supervisor observe in an employee in order to initiate the alcohol or drug testing process, except for instances involving possession of alcohol or illegal drugs?

Changes in the employee's speech, appearance, behavior, or body odors

Which of the following is NOT a reason for a Division supervisor to initiate the alcohol and/or drug testing process?

Observing an employee consuming alcohol in violation of their collective bargaining agreement

What is the potential consequence for an employee who fails to comply with a supervisor's order to submit to testing?

Termination from employment

Which of the following physical signs may indicate an employee's reasonable suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs?

Slurred speech and unsteady walking

Which of the following is NOT listed as a sign of possible drug or alcohol impairment in an employee?

A runny nose

What is the maximum time limit for completing the reasonable suspicion test after the supervisor's observations?

2 hours

What is the supervisor's responsibility if an employee is suspected to be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol?

Relieve the employee from assignment

When should supervisors remind officers to not broadcast information about exposures over the radio?

During the reasonable suspicion test

Which of the following incidents requires a sworn supervisor to conduct an administrative investigation?

An incident involving Division personnel engaged in possible misconduct

What is the purpose of administrative investigations conducted by the chain of command?

To review and document police actions and incidents to ensure Division personnel acted within law and Division policy

What are some potential stakeholders who may scrutinize administrative investigations?

Chain of command, media, public, involved parties, or during grievance or arbitration hearings

According to the Grandview Heights Police Supervisor’s Manual, when should interviews with potential witnesses be conducted?

During the investigation process

What should be done before conducting interviews with a suspect in custody?

Ensure the suspect's Constitutional Rights are explained

What should be done before conducting an interview with a primary involved Division personnel?

Ensure the employee's rights under the collective bargaining agreement

What is the purpose of using active listening skills during interviews?

To get an accurate and factual account of the incident

According to the Grandview Heights Police Supervisor’s Manual, what is the time limit for completing an administrative investigation?

14 days

What should supervisors do when conducting a canvass of the area for an administrative investigation?

All of the above

When should the immediate supervisor conduct the administrative investigation?

When practical and able to respond

What should supervisors do when responding to the scene of an incident that requires an administrative investigation?

All of the above

Which body areas should not be photographed as part of an administrative investigation?

Face, genitals, buttocks

What should be done with cruiser videos made during an investigation?

Obtain and review all videos

What should be done with body worn camera (BWC) videos made during an investigation?

Obtain and review all videos

What other evidence or documentation should be collected and reviewed as part of an investigation?

All of the above

According to the Grandview Heights Police Supervisor’s Manual, who should administrative investigations involving civilian personnel be forwarded to?

Their current immediate supervisor

What should each reviewing supervisor provide regarding the disposition of the incident or other peripheral issues?

Commentary on the investigation

What should supervisors review the investigation for?

Errors in grammar, spelling, deletions, and procedural issues

When should a sworn supervisor complete and forward a Prosecutor’s Notification of Administrative Investigation to the appropriate prosecutor’s office?

All of the above

What should be included in an investigative packet when forwarding it for review to the chain of command?

All of the above

What should supervisors do when conducting a canvass of the area for an administrative investigation?

Remind officers to not broadcast information about exposures over the radio

Which of the following should be noted in the Action-Response Report (ARR)?

Level of intoxication of the individual

When should a sworn supervisor complete an investigative letter?

When there is reasonable belief that the action-response violated Division policy

What information should be included in the investigative letter?

Prior encounters with the individual or at that location

According to the Fourth Amendment, what is the central issue in physical force situations?

Whether the officer's actions were objectively reasonable in light of the facts and circumstances

Who should respond to the scene when notified of an action-response?

The investigating supervisor

What factors should supervisors consider when reviewing an action response?

All of the above

What information should be included in an investigative letter documenting a body cavity or strip search?

The suspect's name, gender, social security number, and birth date

What should the investigating supervisor note in the investigative letter regarding the search warrant?

The existence of a search warrant

What should be documented in the investigative letter regarding the items recovered during the search?

The disposition of each item

Who is responsible for documenting the findings of administrative investigations involving the use of a firearm against a dangerous animal?

The investigating supervisor

What information should the investigating supervisor address for incidents involving the use of firearm against a dangerous animal?

The prior information of the involved officer

Who should ensure the appropriate contacts are made to dispose of an animal carcass?

The responding supervisor

When is an administrative investigation not required for the use of a CEW?

When the use of force required an Arc Warning or Laser Targeting to de-escalate the situation

What is the responsibility of a sworn supervisor in regards to digital evidence of CEW activations?

To ensure that all digital evidence is preserved

In what circumstances can the investigating supervisor document the findings for a use of a CEW in the 'Supervisor Review' section of the 'Use of CEW' form?

When there are no claims of injury

Which of the following circumstances does NOT require the investigating supervisor to complete an investigative letter for a CEW activation?

When the CEW is used against an animal

When is an administrative investigation NOT required for the use of a CEW?

During training uses or functions tests

What is the responsibility of a sworn supervisor in regards to digital evidence of CEW activations?

To ensure that all digital evidence of CEW activations are downloaded

This quiz tests your knowledge on completing medical treatment forms. Learn when medical treatment should be sought, who completes specific sections of the forms, and the importance of both the employee and physician signing and dating the forms. Test your understanding on the Physician's Report of Work Ability form and when it is used.

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