1. Remain as calm as possible.
2. If the telephone has a caller identification, note the phone number.
3. Ask the caller the following questions.
-Where is the bomb located?
-When will the bomb explode?
4. If at any time during the call you perceive you are in immediate
danger leave the building at once pulling the fire alarm as you leave.
Call 911 when you have reached a safe area.
5. If you feel you are not in danger, continue to ask the caller:
-What does it look like?
-What kind of bomb is it?
-What will cause it to explode?
-Why did you place the bomb?
6. As you are talking to the caller try to answer the following questions:
-Gender of caller
-Age of caller
-Caller’s voice description:
__well spoken __disguised
__street noises __motor noises
__house noises __ PA system
__voices __ office noises
(Bomb Threat checklist is also in the back portion of the University Phone book)
7. Handle the object as little as possible.
8. Contact Police and Parking Services at 627-4811 or 865-8517. Give
them your name, location, nature of the emergency and other information
9. If you should see a suspicious object or package,
call Police and Parking Services. Do not touch, tamper, or move the
object or package.
10. If instructed, evacuate the building. Do not re-enter until an All-clear is issued.
If you see a suspicious object, package, etc. call Police & Parking Services. Under no circumstances should you touch it, tamper with it, or move it in any way.
If instructed, evacuate the building and DO NOT re-enter until instructed that it is safe to do so.