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INITIAL RESPONSE

When a threat is received by phone:

  • Keep the person talking and obtain information (i.e., where is it, when it will go off, what does it look like, background noise etc.)
  • Call 911
  • Call 911
  • Call your manager
  • Call Almost Home Kids Operations Director
  • Wait for directions
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When a threat is received by voicemail or text:

  • Call 911
  • Call 911
  • Call your manager
  • Call Almost Home Kids Operations Director
  • Wait for directions

 

SECONDARY RESPONSE

& FOLLOW UP

  • Report any suspicious boxes, packages, etc. to 911
  • Call your manager
  • Call Almost Home Kids Operations Director
  • DO NOT TOUCH any suspicious items
  • Complete Safety Event Report
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QUESTIONS TO ASK

  • When is bomb set to explode?
  • Where is the bomb located?
  • What kind of bomb is it?
  • What does it look like?
  • Why did you place the bomb?
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    BOMB THREAT CHECKLIST