What should I do?
- The person receiving the threat by telephone should:
- Try to obtain as much information as possible, such as:
- Exact wording of threat
- Telephone extension that received the call
- Note the person’s accent/dialect, any ambient noise in the background, and other identifying characteristics
- Ask the following questions: When is the bomb to explode?
- Where is the bomb right now?
- What kind of bomb is it? • What does it look like?
- Why did you place the bomb?
- Where are you calling from?
- The person receiving the threat by e-mail should:
- Forward the e-mail to the Director of Public Safety immediately
- Call Public Safety to ensure they received e-mail
- The person receiving the threat by letter or note should:
- Contact Public Safety immediately
- Do not handle the letter or note after contacting Public Safety
- Follow the seven emergency response steps.