QUESTION 1Which federal department/agency is in charge of preparing for and responding to disasters?The Federal Bureau of InvestigationImmigration and Customs EnforcementDepartment of StateFederal Emergency Management AgencyDepartment of the Interior4 points QUESTION 2Focusing on hazards:Gives greater attention to vulnerability than riskGives greater attention to risk than vulnerabilityDownplays the role of humans in disasterAvoids dramatic policy shiftsReveals a great deal about proneness and capabilities4 points QUESTION 3Terrorism:Is exactly like warIs performed by groups and organizations onlyTargets citizens but not governmentsTargets governments but not citizensProduces fear and coercion4 points QUESTION 4The name for a government that is run by clerics in the name of God is:A TheocracyA MadrasahA puppet governmentA colonial governmentAn incident command system4 points QUESTION 5An internal struggle to pursue righteousness or a war of self defense is:A fatwaHamasWahhabismJihadA Cold War4 points QUESTION 6Terrorists:Cannot be classified as criminalsCannot be classified as crusadersAre never “crazy”Are organized in cells todayAvoid Madrasahs4 points QUESTION 7Terrorist manuals:Teach terrorists to avoid entering the United StatesTeach terrorists about the importance of not making bombsTeach terrorists to use cell phones or the InternetTeach terrorists to always attend radical mosquesTeach terrorists to always avoid using passports4 points QUESTION 8A period when a new way of looking at the world emerged is known as:The EnlightenmentThe FatwaThe CoercionThe Reign of TerrorThe Gunpowder Plot4 points QUESTION 9Which news reporter received a letter full of Anthrax spores?Charles GibsonDiane SawyerTom BrokawSteve SamuelsonBrad Roberts4 points QUESTION 10The PATRIOT ACT:Separated crisis and consequence managementUnified crisis and consequence managementWas created in 1976Was updated in 1999Permitted roving wiretaps4 points QUESTION 11Intelligence adjustment implies:IMINTOPINTSIGINTAdaptation to insufficient information, changing priorities and new needs4 points QUESTION 12Which of the following is not a question to consider as you assess vulnerabilities?Which terrorists will never attackWhich targets are in other countriesWhich locations are more likely to be targeted than othersHow attacks can never be perpetrated against the United StatesConventional explosives only4 points QUESTION 13EMAC:Is a principle of the National Response PlanIs a principle of the National Response FrameworkIs a member of the International Emergency Management AssociationIs a mutual aid agreement among statesIs similar to unified command4 points QUESTION 14Which warning system is operated by the National Weather Service?Reverse 9/11Emergency alert systemWeather radiosOutdoor sirensPhone tree systems4 points QUESTION 15The acquisition, sharing and spread of nuclear weapons:Is known as proliferationIs supported by the International Atomic Energy AgencyIs supported by the Biological Weapons ConventionIs opposed by the Biological Weapons ConventionHas no relation to terrorist attacks4 points QUESTION 16Some scholars and practitioners argue that the Homeland Security Advisory System is not clear and does not provide solid recommendations to citizens.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 17The British might view the Boston Tea Party as an act of terrorism.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 18Managing terrorism is both similar to and different from the management of other types of disasters.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 19Relative poverty implies that some people have less wealth than others.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 20A political system that does not perform functions well is probably more likely to fail than those countries that perform them successfully.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 21The pervasiveness of an ideology refers to the number of people that follow it.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 22There are very few terrorists and terrorist organizations.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 23Terrorists are willing to sacrifice their time, energy, possessions and lives for what they believe in.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 24Aristotle thought that killing a despotic ruler could be justified.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 25Terrorists may attempt to use the media to illustrate that the government is not capable of dealing with attacks.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 26Because of weapons of mass destruction, terrorists may kill thousands, hundreds of thousands, or millions of people.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 27The SAS stands for the Secret Assessment Standard.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 28Gates and doors with locks are security features that may deter or deny terrorist attacks.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 29HSPD 20 mandated further compliance with continuity of operations planning.TrueFalse4 points QUESTION 30Occupancy rates and law enforcement presence are some of the things you must consider when establishing a shelter.TrueFalse
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