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AUDIO TAPE TEST #5, "SHOTS FIRED"


AUDIO TAPE TEST 5,

SHOTS FIRED

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AUDIO TAPE TEST 5,SHOTS FIRED

You will hear an audio script concerning a mission-related topic. This script will be followed by a conversation between two persons. This conversation will relate to the script. You will hear the tape only once. You will make notes of the script and of the conversation. From these notes you will be instructed either to answer 10 (ten) questions or complete a written report of the incident.  Good Luck.

PAUSE

At 14.20 hours on 22 June 2009 the National Operations Centre received a phone call from a male who stated he heard shots being fired from a yacht which was moored in Dili Harbour.  The caller stated his name was Peter Smith and he was walking past the Government Palace when he heard about five shots coming from a white yacht with blue writing which was moored about 300 metres in front of the palace.

The Dili Maritime Unit was dispatched and at 14.45 hours they located a white yacht with the name ‘Queen Lina’ in blue writing on it.  The patrol consisted of 3 officers; 2 UNPOL and 1 PNTL local officer.  The team leader was a Canadian officer named Richard Simmons.  UNPOL Simmons pulled the police vessel alongside the yacht and called out for those aboard to come out.

At that time a Caucasian white male wearing blue shorts and a white shirt appeared from a cabin underneath.  The male was about 30 years old, with short brown hair and a moustache.  He was carrying something in his right hand but UNPOL Simmons couldn’t see what it was.  He thought the item may have been a pistol so he directed the male to place the item on the deck and step away from it and place his hands on his head.  The male complied and the maritime patrol then boarded the yacht.

The patrol handcuffed the male and he was placed face down on the deck.  UNPOL Simmons saw that the item the male had placed on the deck was a flare gun and not a pistol as he originally thought.  The male stated he was a New Zealand national and gave his name as Mark Robinson.  His eyes were bloodshot, his speech was slurred and his breath smelt of alcohol.  He stated that he let the flare gun off twice after consuming a bottle of whiskey.

As he was speaking with Mr Robinson, UNPOL Simmons saw 4 small plastic bags containing dried green leafy substance and a large amount of US currency on a stoolchair.  When questioned, Mr Robinson admitted that the substance was cannabis and that the cash was obtained through the sale of small bags of the substance to local people.  He obtained the cannabis in Australia and brought it to Timor aboard the yacht.

A search of the galley revealed 5 more bags of dried cannabis which were seized by the Maritime Unit.  $10,500 US dollars and the flare gun were also seized by police. Checks with authorities in New Zealand revealed that Mr Robinson was wanted by police in relation to several drug related crimes. Mr.Robinson was conveyed to the Dili Watch House.  Enquiries are continuing.

You will now hear a conversation between Dili District Commander and Canadian UNPOL Richard Simmons.

CONVERSATION

Dili District Commander
Good morning Richard, I heard you had an incident at Dili Harbor yesterday, 22 June 2009?  What happened?
Richard Simmons
Yes sir, we did.  The National Operations Centre received a call at 2.20pm from a male who said he heard shots being fired from a yacht moored in the harbour.
Dili District Commander
Who was the caller?
Richard Simmons
His name was Peter Smith.  He had been walking past the Government Palace when he heard about 5 shots from a white yacht with blue writing which was moored about 300 meters in front of the palace.
Dili District Commander
Did the Maritime Unit attend?
Richard Simmons
Yes sir, me, one other UNPOL and 1 PNTL local police officer attended. At 2.45pm we located a white yacht with the name ‘Queen Lina’ written in blue.  After pulling the police vessel alongside the yacht, I called out for those aboard to come out.
Dili District Commander
What happened then?
Richard Simmons
Well sir, a Caucasian white male wearing blue shorts and a white shirt came out from a cabin underneath.  He looked about 30yrs old and had short brown hair and a moustache.
Dili District Commander
I heard he was carrying a gun?

Richard Simmons
No sir, I could he was carrying something in his right hand but at first I couldn’t see what it was.  I thought it was a pistol so I told him to put the item on the deck, step away from it and put his hands on his head.  Luckily he complied and our team boarded the yacht.
Dili District Commander
What was it that he had?
Richard Simmons
After the male was handcuffed and placed face down on the deck, I saw that it was actually a flare gun and not a pistol as I originally thought.
Dili District Commander
That was lucky, what happened then?
Richard Simmons
Well the male said his name was Mark Robinson and he was from New Zealand.  He had clearly been drinking because his eyes were bloodshot, his speech was slurred and his breath smelt of alcohol.  He said he set the flare gun off twice after he drank a bottle of whiskey.
Dili District Commander
Did you arrest him?
Richard Simmons
Sir, while I was talking to Mr.Robinson, I saw 4 small plastic bags containing leafy green substance and a large amount of currency sitting on a stoolchair.
Dili District Commander
Was it cannabis?
Richard Simmons
Mr Robinson admitted it was cannabis and that the cash was obtained from the sale of small bags to the local people.
Dili District Commander
Where did he get it from?
Richard Simmons
He said he got it in Australia and brought it here aboard the yacht.

Dili District Commander
Did you find anything else?
Richard Simmons
Yes sir, we found 5 more bags of cannabis, and $10,500 US dollars.  We seized these along with the flare gun.
Dili District Commander
Well done Richard.
Richard Simmons
Thank you sir, it turns out that authorities in New Zealand were looking for Mr Robinson because he is wanted by police in relation to several drug related crimes.
Dili District Commander
Great, where is Mr Robinson now?
Richard Simmons
He was taken to Dili Watch House.  We’re continuing our enquiries in relation to the matter.
Dili District Commander
Very well done Richard, pass on my praise to your team.
Richard Simmons
Thank you sir, I will.
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 5, QUESTION PAPER “A”
SHOTS FIRED

Family Name: …….…… First Name ………………..  CP#……………..
Country…………………………… Date……………………………………

Q1.      Where was Peter Smith walking when he heard shots fired?
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Q2.      What was the name of the yacht involved in this incident?
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Q3.      How many UNPOL and PNTL local police officer attended the incident?
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Q4.      What was the description of the suspect in this case?
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Q5.      What did Mark Robinson have in his hand when he appeared on deck?
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Q6.      How many bags of cannabis were found?
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Q7.     Where did the cannabis come from?
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Q8.      Why was Mark Robinson wanted in New Zealand?
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Q9.      Which country was UNPOL Richard Simmons from?
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Q10.    At what time and date did the maritime patrol locate the yacht?
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SCORE:

PERCENTAGE

LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 5, QUESTION PAPER “B”
SHOTS FIRED

Family Name: …….…… First Name ………………..  CP#……………..
Country…………………………… Date……………………………………

Q1.      Where was Peter Smith walking when he heard shots fired?
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Q2.    At what time and date did the maritime patrol locate the yacht?
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Q3.      Why was Mark Robinson wanted in New Zealand?
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Q4.      How many UNPOL and PNTL local police officer attended the incident?
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Q5.      What was the name of the yacht involved in this incident?
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Q6.      How many bags of cannabis were found?
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Q7.     Which country was UNPOL Richard Simmons from?
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Q8.      What did Mark Robinson have in his hand when he appeared on deck?
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Q9.      What was the description of the suspect in this case?
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Q10.    Where did the cannabis come from?
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SCORE:

PERCENTAGE



LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 5, QUESTION PAPER “C”
SHOTS FIRED

Family Name: …….…… First Name ………………..  CP#……………..
Country…………………………… Date……………………………………

Q1.      How many bags of cannabis were found?
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Q2.      What was the name of the yacht involved in this incident?
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Q3.      Why was Mark Robinson wanted in New Zealand?
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Q4.      How many UNPOL and PNTL local police officer attended the incident?
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Q5.      What did Mark Robinson have in his hand when he appeared on deck?
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Q6.      Where did the cannabis come from?
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Q7.     At what time and date did the maritime patrol locate the yacht?
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Q8.      Which country was UNPOL Richard Simmons from?
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Q9.      What was the description of the suspect in this case?
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Q10.    Where was Peter Smith walking when he heard shots fired?
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SCORE:

PERCENTAGE



LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 5, PAPER “A”
SHOTS FIRED


Q1.        Where was Peter Smith walking when he heard shots fired?
Walking past the Government Palace

Q2.        What was the name of the yacht involved in this incident?
Queen Lina

Q3.        How many UNPOL and PNTL attended the incident?
2 UNPOL, 1 PNTL local police officer = 3

Q4.        What was the description of the suspect in this case?
Caucasian White male, blue shorts, white shirt, 30yrs,
short brown hair moustache

Q5.        What did Mark Robinson have in his hand when he appeared on deck?
Flare gun

Q6.        How many bags of cannabis were found?
9 (NINE)

Q7.        Where did the cannabis come from?
Australia

Q8.        Why was Mark Robinson wanted in New Zealand?
Drug related crimes

Q9.        Which country was UNPOL Richard Simmons from?
Canada

Q10.      At what time and date did the maritime patrol locate the yacht?
22 June 2009, 1445hours
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 5, PAPER “B”
SHOTS FIRED

Q1.        Where was Peter Smith walking when he heard shots fired?
Walking past the Government Palace

Q2.        At what time and date did the maritime patrol locate the yacht?
22 June 2009, 1445hours

Q3.        Why was Mark Robinson wanted in New Zealand?
Drug related crimes

Q4.        How many UNPOL and PNTL attended the incident?
2 UNPOL, 1 PNTL local police officer = 3

Q5.        What was the name of the yacht involved in this incident?
Queen Lina

Q6.        How many bags of cannabis were found?
9 (NINE)

Q7.        Which country was UNPOL Richard Simmons from?
Canada

Q8.        What did Mark Robinson have in his hand when he appeared on deck?
Flare gun

Q9.        What was the description of the suspect in this case?
Caucasian White male, blue shorts, white shirt, 30yrs,
short brown hair moustache

Q10.      Where did the cannabis come from?
Australia
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 5, PAPER “C”
SHOTS FIRED

Q1.        How many bags of cannabis were found?
9 (NINE)

Q2.        What was the name of the yacht involved in this incident?
Queen Lina

Q3.        Why was Mark Robinson wanted in New Zealand?
Drug related crimes

Q4.        How many UNPOL and PNTL attended the incident?
2 UNPOL, 1 PNTL local police officer = 3

Q5.        What did Mark Robinson have in his hand when he appeared on deck?
Flare gun

Q6.        Where did the cannabis come from?
Australia

Q7.        At what time and date did the maritime patrol locate the yacht?
22 June 2009, 1445hours

Q8.        Which country was UNPOL Richard Simmons from?
Canada

Q9.      What was the description of the suspect in this case?
Caucasian White male, blue shorts, white shirt, 30yrs,
short brown hair moustache

Q10.      Where was Peter Smith walking when he heard shots fired?
Walking past the Government Palace

LISTENING COMPREHENSION,
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 5, SHOTS FIRED,
KEY EXPRESSIONS / KEY FACTS,
REPORT WRITING

1.               1420 hrs, 22 June 2009
2.               Shots fired from a yacht moored in Dili Harbour
3.               Peter Smith
4.               Walking past the Government Palace
5.               5 shots
6.               White yacht with blue writing, 300m in front of palace
7.               Dili Maritime Unit 14.15hrs
8.               Queen Lina
9.               3 officers, 2 UNPOL, 1 PNTL local police officer
10.           Canadian Richard Simmons
11.           Caucasian White male, blue shorts, white shirt, 30 yrs, short brown hair, moustache
12.           Handcuffed, face down on deck
13.           Flare gun
14.           New Zealand national, Mark Robinson
15.           Eyes bloodshot, speech slurred, breath smelt of alcohol
16.           Set off flare gun twice after bottle whiskey
17.           4 bags cannabis, US currency
18.           Australia
19.           5 more bags cannabis, $10,500
20.           Wanted in relation to drug related crimes.

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