Bypassing the 911 call system with a rapid alert to expedite response requires a full understanding of the 911 system, tactical response, Law Enforcement manpower allocation and the latest "best practices" for Active Threat response. Having a system in place that creates a "cry wolf" scenario due to False Alerts can be extremely dangerous, from end user complacency to the risk of injury or death to responding law enforcement officers and civilians due to the dangers of a high speed response.
Blueline applies our “control over convenience” process to all aspects of reliability, functionality, tamper resistance and emergency response in the AT-EAS application. In doing so, we have now implemented 21 policy and system safeguards to mitigate False Alerts. State-of-the-art technology combined with law enforcement expertise makes the AT-EAS the most reliable Active Threat response system available. Reliability, Simplicity, Empowerment… Blueline 360.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Authorities say a police cruiser jumped a curb, hit a pedestrian and struck a building while responding to a call in New York City. The New York Police Department says officers were responding to a false alarm about an active shooter when the crash happened Saturday night in Brooklyn. Investigators say the cruiser swerved to avoid hitting a child in the street and ended up hitting a 32-year-old man on the sidewalk before crashing into a building.
The man suffered two broken legs in the crash. The two officers involved in the crash have been hospitalized with minor injuries. An investigation into the crash is ongoing.