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    More than 30 minutes elapsed after an initial 911 call before emergency crews were able to locate a patient near the Capital Crescent Trail, in Northwest D.C. Safety advocate Dave Statter, a former reporter, posted radio transmissions on his Statter911 site of the Jan. 19 incident — when D.C. Fire and EMS arrived on the scene, the patient was already dead. Statter is a frequent critic of the D.C. emergency call center’s performance. According to radio traffic, the call was initially dispatched at 10:02 a.m. for a person in cardiac arrest on the Capital Crescent Trail, the former B&O railroad branch along the C&O Canal and the Potomac River. However, a source familiar with the investigation told WTOP that the caller reported the older victim wasn’t on the trail, but in a campsite far off it — and that the victim had likely died overnight. While a quicker response wouldn’t have...
    Pentagon reiterates that troops have no role in US election – that includes vets at polls Robot cooks and virtual kitchens: How the restaurant industry looks to technology for help 911 audio reveals moms fear after Mike Perry allegedly assaulted ex-wife: Im scared for my life Sabra Young, the mother of UFC welterweight Mike Perry, said she feared for her life on a night her son allegedly assaulted his then-wife, Danielle Nickerson, according to 911 audio obtained by MMA Junkie. © Provided by MMAJunkie In the early morning hours of Feb. 10, Nickerson alleged that an intoxicated Perry physically abused her in a vicious attack at their home in Orlando, Fla. Afterward, she fled to a neighbor’s house and called Young to pick her up, which Young did and took Nickerson back to her home in nearby Altamonte Springs. The 911 call begins with Young explaining the situation to...
    The District of Columbia’s 911 call center reportedly took 14 minutes to dispatch Fire and EMS crews to help more than 100 passengers stranded on an uncoupled Metro train last Friday. The Red Line train was traveling from Union Station to the NoMa-Gallaudet U station on Oct. 9  when two cars separated from each other at 12:21 p.m., Metro Transit Police said. Nobody was injured. The District’s Office of Unified Communications, which operates the 911 center, was notified at 12:22 p.m. after a call from the transit agency’s Rail Operations Control Center, according to a new report from Dave Statter — a former reporter who is now a safety advocate — on his Statter911 blog. Yet D.C.’s 911 center didn’t dispatch the call until 12:36 p.m., according to Statter, citing radio traffic logged by OpenMHz.com. “Almost a 14-minute delay, and there’s no explanation as to why,” Statter said. WTOP is awaiting...
    SAN ANTONIO – Bexar County’s new mental health program, which finds dispatchers on the front line of identifying mental health calls, saw a total of seven calls in its first week of operation. The program is called the Specialized Multidisciplinary Alternate Response Team, or SMART. Sarah Hogan, division director for Southwest Texas Crisis Collaborative at Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council, said two of the calls were dispatched directly from a 911 call. Five were dispatched to a patrol deputy who identified the call to be mental health-related. Some subjects of the calls were taken to a behavioral health facility for treatment. The others were resolved at the scene. Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
    A 51-year-old South Bronx man was torn about what to do when he saw an angry young man with a pistol in his backpack fighting with another person at a crowded neighborhood deli. He was worried about gunshots — but was wary about calling 911. “I used to be a knucklehead myself,” said the witness, a professional cook who spoke on the condition of anonymity. “I’m from the hood and we don’t call 911. We take care of things our way. “But … I saw the guy reach for the gun and I had to do something in case people got hurt.” Fortunately, he had an alternative to phoning it in. Since June 2, New Yorkers can text to 911 for the first time. The grandfather’s simple message came over at 4:12 pm to veteran NYPD dispatcher Kathyann Peters on Sept. 10. “Male 6’ tall red shirt gun in fanny...
    The Compton ambush on two deputies may have been a revenge attack against officers for recent police shootings against black men in LA, according to one report.  Two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies - one the 31-year-old mother of a six-year-old boy, the other a 24-year-old man - were ambushed by an unknown man at 7pm on Saturday night while they sat in their patrol car at the Metro Blue Line station at Willowbrook Avenue and Oak Street.  Fox News reporter William la Jeunesse said Monday: 'Los Angeles police will not say this publicly - but some believe this ambush was retaliation for some recent police shootings of black suspects in LA.'  On August 31 black man Dijon Kizzee was shot and killed by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies after he was stopped for a traffic violation while riding a bike.  At the beginning of this month the Los Angeles County Board of...
    PALO ALTO (CBS SF) — Investigators have released sketches of a man they believe committed at least two sex crimes in Palo Alto parks over Labor Day weekend. Police that at about 9:30 a.m. on Labor Day their dispatch center received a call of an indecent exposure that had just occurred at El Camino Park at 155 El Camino Real. The investigation revealed that the suspect had approached the victim, a woman in her twenties, as she was practicing soccer by herself. The man complemented her appearance in Spanish, and then watched her from about 50 feet away. He then exposed himself to her. When she went to retrieve her cell phone to call for help, he walked away. At about 10:29 a.m., the dispatch center received a call of a sexual battery that had just occurred at Timothy Hopkins Creekside Park in the 500 block of Palo Alto...
    President Donald Trump posted a tweet on Tuesday requesting that Oregon Gov. Kate Brown and Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler "call up the National Guard like should have been done 3 months ago." He added in a follow-up tweet that "they must stop calling these anarchists and agitators peaceful protestors. Come back into the real world! The Federal Government is ready to end this problem immediately upon your request." The presidents tweets continue a theme he has been promoting since the demonstrations began and come a night after Oregon Republicans highlighted the issue at the Republican National Convention, according to OPB. At the traditional roll call of states to nominate Trump, state GOP Chairman Bill Currier said that "In stark contrast to our governor and the feckless mayor of Portland, along with the Democrat presidential candidate in hiding, President Trump has stood up to the violent thugs and those who seek to...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Just on the heels of the release of former Minneapolis Police officer Tou Thao’s body cam footage of the death of George Floyd, courts have released video of an extensive video of investigators interviewing Thao. On Friday, the courts released the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension’s interview with Thao, who is one of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in Floyd’s death. The video encompasses nearly two hours of interrogation with the BCA. Thao’s bodycam captured the reaction on the faces of bystanders, who were pleading with officers to check Floyd for a pulse the day he died. Thao and Derek Chauvin showed up at the scene as Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng were trying to get Floyd in the back seat of the squad car. At one point, Thao talks about what happened immediately prior to his and Chauvin’s arrival. “I drove us about halfway there, and...
    Activists and police have clashing views regarding the activities going on inside the so-called "CHAZ," a six-block area of Seattle that has been taken over by protesters — and authorities are still scratching their heads as to who is actually running the rabble. Photos of demonstrations inside the zone, which includes a now-shuttered police precinct, seem to paint a rosy picture: outdoor movies, music performances, sidewalk artwork and more. "There's that stuff, but then there's the darker side of things too," one law enforcement official told Fox News. BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTESTERS SAY SEATTLE'S AUTONOMOUS ZONE HAS HIJACKED MESSAGE One CHAZ supporter, identified as Armani on Twitter, encouraged protesters to "buy guns." Police have repeatedly said they have "heard, anecdotally, reports of citizens and businesses being asked to pay a fee to operate within this area" while others have complained about armed guards asking to see identification for people to enter their homes, according to Assistant Chief of Police...
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