Examples include:oA computer-aided dispatch (CAD) number.oAn accounting number.oA county number.oA disaster declaration number. oA combination of the State, unit/agency ID, and a dispatch system number.oA mission number.oAny other unique number assigned to the incident and derived by means other than those above.Make sure the number entered is correct. Do not use the same incident number for two different incidents in the same calendar year.Incident numbers associated with host jurisdictions or agencies and incident numbers assigned by agencies represented in Unified Command should be listed, or indicated in Remarks, Block 47.*3Report Version (check one box on left)REQUIRED BLOCK.This indicates the current version of the ICS 209 form being submitted.If only one ICS 209 will be submitted, check BOTH “Initial” and “Final” (orcheck only “Final”).InitialCheck “Initial” if this is the first ICS 209 for this incident.UpdateCheck “Update” if this is a subsequent report for the same incident. These can be submitted at various time intervals (see “Reporting Requirements” above).FinalCheck “Final” if this is the last ICS 209 to be submitted for this incident (usually when the incident requires only minor support that can be supplied by the organization having jurisdiction).Incidents may also be marked as “Final” if they become part of a new Complex (when this occurs, it can be indicated in Remarks, Block 47).Report # (if used)Use this optional field if your agency or organization requires the tracking of ICS 209 report numbers. Agencies may also track the ICS 209 by the date/time submitted.*4Incident Commander(s) & Agency or OrganizationREQUIRED BLOCK.Enter both the first and last name of the Incident Commander. If the incident is under a Unified Command, list all Incident Commanders by first initial and last name separated by a comma, including their organization. For example:L. Burnett – Minneapolis FD, R. Domanski – Minneapolis PD, C. Taylor – St. Paul PD, Y. Martin – St. Paul FD, S. McIntyre – U.S. Army Corps, J. Hartl – NTSB5Incident Management OrganizationIndicate the incident management organization for the incident, which may be a Type 1, 2, or 3 Incident Management Team (IMT), a Unified Command, a Unified Command with an IMT, etc. This block should not be completed unless a recognized incident management organization is assigned to the incident.*6Incident Start Date/TimeREQUIRED.This is always the start date and time of the incident (not the report date andtime or operational period).DateEnter the start date (month/day/year).TimeEnter the start time (using the 24-hour clock).
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BlockNumberBlock TitleInstructionsTime ZoneEnter the time zone of the incident (e.g., EDT, PST).
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