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Incident Command System

Situation Unit Leader


Planning
The following sections provide information on this position:







Situation Unit Leader - General

The Situation Unit Leader - The collection, processing and organizing of all incident information takes place within the Situation Unit. The Situation Unit Leader (SUL) may prepare future projections of incident growth, maps and intelligence information.



Situation Unit Leader - Specific Responsibilities

The major responsibilities of the Situation Unit Leader are:


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