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AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, UNPOL DAILY PATROLS (UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)

AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, UNPOL DAILY PATROLS
(UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)
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AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8,  UNPOL DAILY PATROLS (UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)
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 1425 hours on 15 August 2009, the National Operations Centre received a report of a group of children seen playing with what was described as a bomb.  The incident location was reported to be at the rear of the International Stabilisation Forces (ISF) Compound in MetinaroDelta.

At 1445 hours a Metinaro Delta patrol with call sign Metinaro Delta 20 arrived at the scene.  Upon arrival UNPOL Team Leader, Thomas White and his colleague, Peter Smith saw a group of six young children playing with something about 400m west of the ISF compound.  As they approached the group they saw that they were playing with 4 hand grenades and were throwing them to each other.

Metinaro Delta 20 immediately told the boys to place the grenades on the ground and move away from them.  They saw that the grenades still had the pins intact and became concerned that they were live grenades.  They then cordoned off the area with tape and advised the National Operations Centre to send the EOD team to assess the situation.  The young boys said they found the grenades near the compound after heavy rain and had been playing with them for a few hours.

At 1510 hrs an EOD team from Dili arrived at the scene.  They took the grenades for disposal and deemed considered the area safe a short time later.

At 1645hrs Metinaro Delta 20 was advised to return to Metinaro Delta Police Station as there was a complainant there wishing to file a case.  The patrol returned and spoke to a complainant namely, Mrs Maria Collins, a 23 year old female from the village of Black Creek.   Mrs Collins stated she had been assaulted by her husband, Steven Collins, in the early hours of that morning. 

Mrs Collins had swelling and bruising to her right cheek and eye as well as a cut to her right arm.  Through a language assistant the patrol was able to determine that her husband arrived home drunk and yelled at her because there was nothing to eat.  When she did not respond he proceeded to punch and hit her around the face and body, only stopping when she didn’t move any more.  Mrs Collins had been to the local clinic to seek treatment and they advised her to report the matter to the police.

Metinaro Delta 20 took a statement from Mrs Collins and then conveyed her to her home which is about 15 minutes drive from the Police Station.  Enquiries are continuing into this matter.
You will now hear a conversation between the Metinaro Officer in Charge, Michael Peters and UNPOL, Thomas White.
CONVERSATION
Michael Peters:       Good afternoon Thomas.  I heard you’ve had a very busy afternoon.
Thomas White       Yes sir we have.  We attended an unexploded ordnance incident and had a domestic violence complaint.

Peters                    What happened with the unexploded ordnance incident?
White               At 1425 hrs today, 15 August 2009, the National Operations Centre received a report of some children playing with a bomb?

Peters                    Where was the location?
White                     It was reported as being at the rear of the International Stablilisation Forces (ISF) Compound at MetinaroDelta.

Peters                    Which patrol attended the scene?
White                     At 1445 hrs Metinaro Delta 20 arrived at the compound.  The patrol consisted of myself and Peter Smith.  The exact location was about 400 meters west of the ISF compound.  We saw a group of six young children playing with something?

Peters                    What were they playing with?
White                     When we approached we saw they were playing with 4 hand grenades.  They were throwing them to each other.

Peters                    What did you do then?
White:                   We told the boys to place the grenades on the ground and move away from the area.  We then saw that the pins were still intact in the grenades and we became concerned that they were live.

Peters                    Where did the boys get the grenades?
White                     They said they found them near the compound after heavy rain and they had been playing with them for several hours.

Peters                    Did you get the EOD team to attend?
White                     Yes sir, we first cordoned off the area with tape and asked the National Operations Centre to send the EOD team to assess the situation.

Peters                    What time did they get there?
White                     The EOD team from Dili arrived at 1510 hrs.  They took the grenades to dispose of them and they deemed considered the area safe.

Peters:                   Tell me about the domestic violence incident.
White:                 Well sir, at 1510 hrs, Metinaro Delta 20 was advised to return to Metinaro Delta Station to see a complainant who wanted to file a case.

Peters:                     Who was the complainant?
White:                   The complainant was Mrs Maria Collins, a 23 year old female from Black Creek village.

Peters                    What was her complaint?
White                    Mrs Collins stated her husband, Steven Collins, assaulted her in the early hours of this morning.

Peters                    Did she have any injuries?
White                    Yes, she had swelling and bruising to her right cheek and eye and a cut to her right arm.

Peters:                   What happened?
White                   Through a Language Assistant, we determined that her husband, Steven, arrived home drunk and yelled at Mrs Collins because there was nothing to eat.  When she did not respond, he punched and hit her around her face and body.  He only stopped hitting her when she stopped moving.

Peters:                   Did Mrs. Collins have medical treatment?
White:                  Yes she went to the local clinic and they advised her to report the matter to the Police

Peters:                   What is the status of this matter Thomas?
White:                   Sir, we took a statement from Mrs.Collins and then conveyed her to her home which was about 15 minutes drive from Metinaro Delta Police Station. We are continuing with our enquiries

Peters:                Thank you Thomas, good work today, please keep me updated on the status of this matter.
White:                   Thank you sir, I will.
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, QUESTION PAPER “A”
UNPOL DAILY PATROLS 
(UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)

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

Q1.      Where was the location of the unexploded ordinance incident?
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Q2.      What were the advice given to the boys by Metinaro Delta 20 when they saw them ?
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Q3.      What did the patrol see the children playing with?
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Q4.      What team from Dili attended the unexploded ordinance incident?
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Q5.      What did the Metinaro Delta patrol see that made them think the grenades were ‘live’?
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Q6.      Why did Metinaro Delta 20 return to the police station?
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Q7.     What was the offence type in the 2nd case the patrol attended?
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Q8.      Who was the complainant in the 2nd case?
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Q9.      Where did the complainant in the 2nd case live?
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Q10.    What injuries did the complainant in the 2nd case sustain?
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SCORE:
PERCENTAGE

LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, QUESTION PAPER “B”
UNPOL DAILY PATROLS 
(UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)

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

Q1.      Who was the complainant in the 2nd case?
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Q2.      What was the location of the unexploded ordinance incident?
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Q3.      Why did DeltaMetinaro 20 return to the police station?
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Q4.      What team from Dili attended the unexploded ordinance incident?
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Q5.      What injuries did the complainant in the 2nd case sustain?
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Q6.     What did the DeltaMetinaro patrol see that made them think the grenades were ‘live’?
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Q7.     What was the offence type in the 2nd case the patrol attended?
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Q8.      What did the patrol see the children playing with?
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Q9.      Where did the complainant in the 2nd case live?
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Q10.   What were the advice given to the boys by Delta Metinaro 20 when they saw them ?
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SCORE:
PERCENTAGE
     
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, QUESTION PAPER “C”
UNPOL DAILY PATROLS"
(UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)
Family Name: …………………… First Name ……….………………………  CP#……………………Country………………….................………Date………….…………................…….…

Q1.      Who was the complainant in the 2nd case?
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Q2.      What did the DeltaMetinaro patrol see that made them think the grenades were ‘live’?
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Q3.      Why did DeltaMetinaro 20 return to the police station?
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Q4.      What team from Dili attended the unexploded ordinance incident?
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Q5.      What injuries did the complainant in the 2nd case sustain?
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Q6.      What were the advice given to the boys by DeltaMetinaro 20 when they saw them ?
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Q7.     Where did the complainant in the 2nd case live?
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Q8.      What was the offence type in the 2nd case the patrol attended?
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Q9.      What was the location of the unexploded ordinance incident?
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Q10.    What did the patrol see the children playing with?
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SCORE:
PERCENTAGE

LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, PAPER “A”
UNPOL DAILY PATROLS"
(UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)

Q1.   Who was the complainant in the 2nd case?
Mrs. Maria Collins

Q2.    What did the DeltaMetinaro patrol see that made them think the grenades were ‘live’?
Grenades still had pins intact

Q3.     Why did DeltaMetinaro 20 return to the police station?
There was a complainant wishing to file a case

Q4.    What team from Dili attended the unexploded ordinance incident?
EOD Team

Q5.    What injuries did the complainant in the 2nd case sustain?
Swelling & bruising to right cheek & eye and cut to right arm

Q6.   What were the advice given to the boys by DeltaMetinaro 20 when they saw them ?
Place the grenades on the ground and move away

Q7.     Where did the complainant in the 2nd case live?
Black Creek village

Q8.    What was the offence type in the 2nd case the patrol attended?
Assault/domestic violence

Q9.    What was the location of the unexploded ordinance incident?
Rear of ISF compound, outside, about 400m west

Q10.  What did the patrol see the children playing with?
4 hand grenades
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, PAPER “B”
UNPOL DAILY PATROLS 
(UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)

Q1.     Who was the complainant in the 2nd case?
Mrs Maria Collins

 Q2.    What was the location of the unexploded ordinance incident?
Rear of ISF compound, outside, about 400m west

Q3.    Why did Metinaro 20 return to the police station?
There was a complainant wishing to file a case

Q4.    What team from Dili attended the unexploded ordinance incident?
EOD Team

Q5.    What injuries did the complainant in the 2nd case sustain?
Swelling & bruising to right cheek & eye and cut to right arm

Q6.    What did the Metinaro Delta patrol see that made them think the grenades were ‘live’?
Grenades still had pins intact

Q7.    What was the offence type in the 2nd case the patrol attended?
Assault/domestic violence

Q8.    What did the patrol see the children playing with?
4 hand grenades

Q9.    Where did the complainant in the 2nd case live?
Black Creek village

Q10.  What were the advice given to the boys by DeltaMetinaro 20 when they saw them ?
Place the grenades on the ground and move away
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, PAPER “C”
UNPOL DAILY PATROLS 
(UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)
 
Q1.   Who was the complainant in the 2nd case?
Mrs Maria Collins

Q2.   What did the Metinaro patrol see that made them think the grenades were ‘live’?
Grenades still had pins intact

Q3.    Why did DeltaMetinaro 20 return to the police station?
There was a complainant wishing to file a case

Q4.    What team from Dili attended the unexploded ordinance incident?
EOD Team

Q5.    What injuries did the complainant in the 2nd case sustain?
Swelling & bruising to right cheek & eye and cut to right arm

Q6.    What were the advice given to the boys by DeltaMetinaro 20 when they saw them ?
Place the grenades on the ground and move away

Q7.    Where did the complainant in the 2nd case live?
Black Creek village

Q8.    What was the offence type in the 2nd case the patrol attended?
Assault/domestic violence

Q9.    What was the location of the unexploded ordinance incident?
Rear of ISF compound, outside, about 400m west

Q10.  What did the patrol see the children playing with?
4 hand grenades
LISTENING COMPREHENSION,
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 8, UNPOL DAILY PATROLS 
(UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE)
KEY EXPRESSIONS/KEY FACTS,
REPORT WRITING
  
1.       1425 hours, 15 August 2009
2.       Group of children playing with a bomb
3.       Rear of ISF compound, DeltaMetinaro,
4.       1445 hrs DeltaMetinaro 20 arrived
5.       Team Leader, Thomas White & Peter Smith
6.       Six children
7.       About 400m west of ISF compound
8.       4 hand grenades
9.       Grenades still had pins intact
10.     Cordoned area and asked for EOD Team
11.     Heavy rain, playing with them for a few hours
12.     1510 hrs EOD from Dili arrived
13.     Took the grenades and deemed area safe
14.     1645 hrs, DeltaMetinaro return to station
15.     Complainant wishing to file case
16.     Mrs Maria Collins, 23yrs, female, Black Creek village
17.     Assaulted by husband Steven Collins
18.     Swelling and bruising to right cheek and eye, cut to right arm
19.     Husband drunk, punched her around face and body
20.     Mrs Collins went to local clinic, advised to report to police

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