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List the block number for any information continued from a previous block. Additional information may include more detailed weather information, specifics on injuries or fatalities, threats to critical infrastructure or other resources, more detailed evacuation site locations and number of evacuated, information or details regarding incident cause, etc. For Complexes that include multiple incidents, list all sub-incidents included in the Complex. List jurisdictional or ownership breakdowns if needed when an incident is in more than one jurisdiction and/or ownership area. Breakdown may be: o By size (e.g., 35 acres in City of Gatlinburg, 250 acres in Great Smoky Mountains), and/or o By geography (e.g., incident area on the west side of the river is in jurisdiction of City of Minneapolis; area on east side of river is City of St. Paul jurisdiction; river is joint jurisdiction with USACE). Explain any reasons for incident size reductions or adjustments (e.g., reduction in acreage due to more accurate mapping). This section can also be used to list any additional information about the incident that may be needed by incident support mechanisms outside the incident itself. This may be basic information needed through multiagency coordination systems or public information systems (e.g., a public information phone number for the incident, or the incident Web site address). Attach additional pages if it is necessary to include additional comments in the Remarks section. INCIDENT RESOURCE COMMITMENT SUMMARY (PAGE 4) This last/fourth page of the ICS 209 can be copied and used if needed to accommodate additional resources, agencies, or organizations. Write the actual page number on the pages as they are used. Include only resources that have been assigned to the incident and that have arrived and/or been checked in to the incident. Do not include resources that have been ordered but have not yet arrived. For summarizing : When there are large numbers of responders, it may be helpful to group agencies or organizations together. Use the approach that works best for the multiagency coordination system applicable to the incident. For example, o Group State, local, county, city, or Federal responders together under such headings, or o Group resources from one jurisdiction together and list only individual jurisdictions (e.g., list the public works, police, and fire department resources for a city under that city’s name). On a large incident, it may also be helpful to group similar categories, kinds, or types of resources together for this summary.
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Block Number Block Title Instructions 48 Agency or Organization List the agencies or organizations contributing resources to the incident as responders, through mutual aid agreements, etc.
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