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BOMB THREAT

 

A. Bomb threats usually occur by telephone.

B. The person receiving a bomb threat call should remain calm and attempt to obtain as much information as possible from the caller by using the checklist given on the following page.

C. Call the police 911 and give your name, location, and telephone number. Inform them of the situation including any information you may have as to the location of the bomb, time it is set to explode, and the time when you received the call.

D. Inform your supervisor and/or department head.

E. If you should spot a suspicious object, package, etc., report it to the authorities, but under no circumstances should you touch it, tamper with it, or move it in any way.

F. If instructed to evacuate, move a safe distance away from the building (a minimum of 150 feet). If inclement weather conditions exist, you may move to another building a safe distance away. Do not reenter the building until instructed that is safe to do so by proper authorities.  

 

BOMB THREAT CALL CHECKLIST EXACT WORDING OF THE THREAT QUESTIONS TO ASK:

1. When is bomb going to explode____________________________________
2. Where is it right now?____________________________________________
3. What does it look like?___________________________________________
4. What kind of bomb is it?__________________________________________
5. What will cause it to explode?______________________________________
6. Did you place the bomb?__________________________________________
7. Why?_________________________________________________________
8. What is your address?____________________________________________
9. What is your name?______________________________________________

 

CALLER'S VOICE:

____Calm

____Laughing

____Lisp

____Disguised

____Angry

____Crying

____Raspy

____Accent

____Excited

____Normal

____Deep

____Familiar

____Slow

____Distinct

____Ragged

____Rapid

____Slurred

____ Clearing Throat

____Soft

____Nasal

____Loud

____Stutter

___Deep Breathing

___Cracking Voice

If the voice sounds familiar, who did it sound like?

BACKGROUND SOUNDS

____________
Clear

____________
Street Noises

____________
House noises

____________
Office Machinery

____________
Static

____________
Animal Noises

____________
Long distance

____________
Factory Machinery

____________
Local

____________
PA System

____________
Crockery

____________
Booth

____________
Voices

____________
Music

____________
Motor

____________
Other

LANGUAGE OF THREAT:

____________
Well spoken (educated)

____________
Foul

____________ Incoherent

____________
Taped

____________ Irrational

______________________________________________
Message read by threat maker

10. Report call immediately to the police.
11. Fill out completely, immediately after bomb threat

DATE: __________________________   PHONE: _____________________

NAME: __________________________  POSITION: ___________________

 

 

Basic Bomb Incident Plan Outline

  • Designate a chain of command.
  • Establish a command center.
  • Decide what primary and alternate communications will be used.
  • Establish clearly how and by whom a bomb threat will be evaluated.
  • Decide what procedures will be followed when a bomb threat is received or device discovered.
  • Determine to what extent the available bomb squad will assist and at what point the squad will respond.
  • Provide an evacuation plan with enough flexibility to avoid a suspected danger area.
  • Designate search teams.
  • Designate areas to be searched.
  • Establish techniques to be utilized during search.
  • Establish a procedure to report and track progress of the search and a method to lead qualified bomb technicians to a suspicious package.
  • Have a contingency plan available if a bomb should go off.
  • Establish a simple-to-follow procedure for the person receiving the bomb threat.
  • Review your physical security plan in conjunction with the development of your bomb incident plan.

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