Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

You are viewing an old version of this page. View the current version.

Compare with Current View Page History

« Previous Version 2 Next »

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
  • See attached "Telephone Procedures Bomb Threat Checklist" (Section 8.0). 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

In cases that SUPD does respond, they will:

  1. isolate the substance and or the suspicious package. 
  2. establish communication and control, warn others in the area
  3. set up a perimeter
  4. evacuate the area if necessary or ordered by SUPD
  5. attempt to identify persons involved and or those person (s) adversely impacted
  6. provide first aid
  7. gather evidence
  8. notify the ICS Core Team
  9. attempt to render the scene safe upon investigation.

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

  • No labels