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o Only the authority having jurisdiction should submit reports for these actions, to mitigate multiple/conflicting reports. o For example, if managing evacuation shelters is part of the incident operation itself, do include these numbers in Block 31J with any notes in Block 33. NOTE: When providing an estimated value, denote in parenthesis: "est." Handling Sensitive Information Release of information in this section should be carefully coordinated within the incident management organization to ensure synchronization with public information and investigative/intelligence actions. Thoroughly review the “Distribution” section in the introductory ICS 209 instructions for details on handling sensitive information. Use caution when providing information in any situation involving fatalities, and verify that appropriate notifications have been made prior to release of this information. Electronic transmission of any ICS 209 may make information available to many people and networks at once. Information regarding fatalities should be cleared with the Incident Commander and/or an organizational administrator prior to submission of the ICS 209. A. # This Reporting Period Enter the total number of individuals impacted in each category for this reporting period (since the previous ICS 209 was submitted). B. Total # to Date Enter the total number of individuals impacted in each category for the entire duration of the incident. This is a cumulative total number that should be adjusted each reporting period. C. Indicate Number of Civilians (Public) Below For lines 31D–M below, enter the number of civilians affected for each category. Indicate if numbers are estimates, for those blocks where this is an option. Civilians are those members of the public who are affected by the incident, but who are not included as part of the response effort through Unified Command partnerships and those organizations and agencies assisting and cooperating with response efforts.
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Block Number Block Title Instructions D. Fatalities Enter the number of confirmed civilian/public fatalities. See information in introductory instructions (“Distribution”) and in Block 31 instructions regarding sensitive handling of fatality information. E. With Injuries/Illness Enter the number of civilian/public injuries or illnesses directly related to the incident. Injury or illness is defined by the incident or jurisdiction(s). *31 (continued) F. Trapped/In Need of Rescue Enter the number of civilians who are trapped or in need of rescue due to the incident. G. Missing (note if estimated) Enter the number of civilians who are missing due to the incident. Indicate if an estimate is used. H. Evacuated (note if estimated) Enter the number of civilians who are evacuated due to the incident. These are likely to be best estimates, but indicate if they are estimated.
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