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Peace of Mind

 

LEVEL 1

Send when there is a threat in the area but you are safe.

  • Be on alert.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Listen for instructions from public safety.

A community or citizen concern where authority establish a precaution warning to monitor a potential emergency situation. Authorized net safety protocol can be issued but not limited to neighborhood disturbance, threat on a blind date or online hook-up, old acquaintance meet-up, unwanted visitor(s), skepticism in an empty parking lot, meeting someone with past concerns- boyfriend, ex-husband, ex-boyfriend, husband, friend, acquaintance, co-worker, in a complicated relationship, or anything that requires medical concern.

 

LEVEL 2

Send when threat area is uncertain and you are able to move because you are unsure of the threat level.  

  • Be quiet
  • Stay calm and listen for threats
  • Do not engage face-to-face communication
  • Stay away from doors or windows
  • Wait on public safety or authority to give an all clear to move freely.
  • Wait for the opportunity to clear the area if necessary

Have you ever found yourself in a school, mall, church, or concert active shooter situation and lockdown was initiated for the safety of your life and others. You have managed to secure a safe space to ensure you are out of sight of the perpetrator.

Emergency teams, public safety and authority have been enacted for these emergency situations but not limited to random cross fire shooting, mass shootings, domestic violence, natural disasters, in the company of someone who threatens your life, kidnapping, serious and immediate medical emergency, or car accident need attention now.

 

LEVEL 3 

Send when moving away safely from the threat area to safety

  • Be quiet
  • Stay calm
  • Listen for safety instructions from authority or public safety.
  • Do not engage face-to-face communication
  • Follow public safety or authority evaluation plan.

Nowhere is safe! You are caught in an active emergency situations such as but not limited to random cross fire shooting, mass shootings, domestic violence, natural disasters, on a date and your life is threatened, or kidnapping. The severity of threat level have heightened, your life is at stake while awaiting public safety and authority. You have managed to escape to safety whether you took a chance to escape or released by public safety and authority.

 

LEVEL 4

Send when you are in or affected by the threat area, no control over movement or situation, extreme danger or threat, threat level is high, injured, life is in danger, or at risk of being injured.

  • If unable to move whether it is through injured or trapped, stay calm and wait for help to arrive.
  • Hit this level as many times as possible
  • If already injured, be careful not to further endanger yourself.
  • Listen for safety instructions from authority or public safety.
  • Do not engage face-to-face communication
  • Follow public safety or authority evaluation plan.

No one wants to imagine being in a life threatening situation where their life maybe compromise and become a victims of hate crime, terrorism, or from some with mental heath issues. Others have been seriously affected in injuries or victims of fatally either from or not limited to cross fire shooting, mass shootings, domestic violence, natural disasters, on a date and your life is threatened, or kidnapping.

 

ALL CLEAR

Send when threat have ended/passed or no imminent danger, and give a notice that you are ok and in a safe environment.

I am out with friends don’t want my parents to worry but need to let them know I am ok. Feeling safe in the company of someone else like a blind date, online hook-up, old acquaintance, meeting someone – boyfriend, ex-husband, ex-boyfriend, husband, friend, acquaintance, co-worker, complicated builds confidence.

It is wise to always let someone be aware that you are alone or going to be alone in most situations but not limited just expecting a guest at home or public setting, doing outdoor exercise in a park, track, gym, in a parking lot, not seen for awhile, grocery shopping, mall shopping, running errands, church, school, meet up – LetGo, OfferUp, or Craigslist, share rides or public transportation – Uber, Lyft, Taxi, etc.