Are you REALLY prepared for this

scenario when a major incident strikes?

The truth: Many are not.

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Because you have a phone, you can call 911, RIGHT?

Most think that just because they have a cell phone, they can call 911 and get right through to a dispatcher anytime the need arises.  In today's world, this isn't always the case especially when a major incident occurs such as an active-shooter or other threatening incident.  Why?  Police and Sheriff dispatchers really want to be there for you when you call but when a major incident occurs, they often get flooded with calls resulting in many getting put on hold or not getting through at all.  This happened during the school shooting in Florida, the newspaper shooting in Maryland (below) and during other incidents that have been documented on the internet.  The question that you should ask yourself now is this:

Does YOUR organization have a plan to deal with this?

Think it can't happen?  Can you afford to ignore the risk?

Please watch this

real-life shooter

survivor interview

This guy was trapped under a desk during a shooting at the Capital Newspaper facility in 2018.  He was  just feet from the shooter but couldn't get through by phone to police after multiple tries.  Play the video and hear this in his own words.

How many dispatchers do YOUR police
have on duty at any given time?

Imagine the flood of calls they could receive when a
major incident occurs, and then do the math.

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