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If a telephone call is received:

  • Get as much information about the caller as possible
  • Keep the caller on the phone as long as possible. Delay them
  • Tell a nearby coworker to contact the Suffolk University Police at (617) 573-8111 and indicate that a bomb/bio-chemical or chemical threat is being received
  • If possible, transfer the call to University Police Dispatch at (617) 573-8111
  • SUPD will contact the Emergency Manager who will notify Incident Support Team as necessary
  • See Section 8.1 Threat Call Protocol. Complete the checklist to the greatest extent possible
  • If an area of threat is specified, be prepared to evacuate specified floor, floor above, and floor below at SUPD discretion

Bomb Threat Protocols

  • Remain calm, be courteous, do not interrupt the caller
  • Do not discuss the threat in public
  • Do not touch suspicious packages, letters or objects
  • Do not start or repeat rumors

 Suffolk University Police or other threat respondents will take responsibility for further action and will contact you if they need additional information.  

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