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19 Unit or Other Enter the unit, sub-unit, unit identification (ID) number or code (if used), or other information about where the incident originated. This may be a local identifier that indicates primary incident jurisdiction or responsibility (e.g., police, fire, public works, etc.) or another type of organization. Enter specifics in Block 25. *20 Incident Jurisdiction REQUIRED BLOCK WHEN APPLICABLE. Enter the jurisdiction where the incident originated (the entry may be general, such as Federal, city, or State, or may specifically identify agency names such as Warren County, U.S. Coast Guard, Panama City, NYPD).
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Block Number Block Title Instructions 21 Incident Location Ownership (if different than jurisdiction) When relevant, indicate the ownership of the area where the incident originated, especially if it is different than the agency having jurisdiction. This may include situations where jurisdictions contract for emergency services, or where it is relevant to include ownership by private entities, such as a large industrial site. 22 22. Longitude (indicate format) : Latitude (indicate format) : Enter the longitude and latitude where the incident originated, if available and normally used by the authority having jurisdiction for the incident. Clearly label the data, as longitude and latitude can be derived from various sources. For example, if degrees, minutes, and seconds are used, label as “33 degrees, 45 minutes, 01 seconds.” 23 US National Grid Reference Enter the US National Grid (USNG) reference where the incident originated, if available and commonly used by the agencies/jurisdictions with primary responsibility for the incident. Clearly label the data. 24 Legal Description (township, section, range) Enter the legal description where the incident originated, if available and commonly used by the agencies/jurisdictions with primary responsibility for the incident. Clearly label the data (e.g., N 1/2 SE 1/4, SW 1/4, S24, T32N, R18E). *25 Short Location or Area Description (list all affected areas or a reference point) REQUIRED BLOCK. List all affected areas as described in instructions for Blocks 16–24 above, OR summarize a general location, OR list a reference point for the incident (e.g., “the southern third of Florida,” “in ocean 20 miles west of Catalina Island, CA,” or “within a 5 mile radius of Walden, CO”). This information is important for readers unfamiliar with the area (or with other location identification systems) to be able to quickly identify the general location of the incident on a map. Other location information may also be listed here if needed or relevant for incident support (e.g., base meridian). 26 UTM Coordinates Indicate Universal Transverse Mercator reference coordinates if used by the discipline or jurisdiction. 27 Note any electronic geospatial data included or attached (indicate data format, content, and collection time information and labels) Indicate whether and how geospatial data is included or attached.
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