Host Move

The 911 Line is now on a brand new host. We made the decision to move off of the WordPress.com platform for several reason including the ability to monetize the site, more control over the content, and increased customization options. We will continue to use WordPress to run...
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Superbowl 9-1-1 Commercial

During Sunday’s Superbowl game nomore.org aired a 30 second commercial featuring a domestic 9-1-1 call. Here is the commercial in case you missed it: This commercial does an excellent job of highlighting domestic violence in America. Although we have come a long way over the past 10 years...
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Inital Reports on DC Subway Fire

The National Transportation Safety Board and the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency of Washington D.C. have both released initial reports from a subway fire in January. On January 12, 2015 a fire broke out on the tracks just outside of the WMATA L’Enfant Plaza station in Washington...
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Audio from Boston Hospital Shooting

We have uploaded audio from a shooting at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston that took place on January 20, 2015. A male party entered the hospital with a fire arm, shot a doctor, and then shot himself. Both the suspect and the doctor have died from...
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Dispatch Information and Responder Safety

Responder safety is the number one issue for anyone working in public safety, and it could be safe to say there is no one more aware of this than a dispatcher. Any dispatcher can tell you about the stress of having an officer in trouble, a fire fighter...
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New Addition: Useful Links

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We have added a new addition to our site: Useful Links. There is a link to the page in the menu under “Resources”. This is just a short list of the sites we use every day, and we plan on adding more in the future. If you have...
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Start the Week Off Right

There’s no hiding it: I love my job. Everyone I work with knows it, every one of my friends know it, everyone in my family knows it. To me there are not many things that I find more rewarding than going home after a busy night knowing that...
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Boy Calls 911 Looking For Santa

On the lighter side of things two boys from Mayville, Wisconsin called 911 looking to speak with Santa Claus. The boys 3 and 6 years old used their fathers cell phone to try and reach St. Nick. Santa didn’t arrive at their door step, however the local police...
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