• Emergency Response Guide

    Emergency Situations - General

    College Student and Staff Response
    No plan can anticipate every event and circumstances will dictate appropriate responses to as of yet unknown events, however, certain behaviors will be beneficial in most situations.
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    Remain calm.
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    Render aid to anyone injured within the limits of your abilities (get Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training).
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    Assist responding agencies by sharing your knowledge of events and following their directions for your safety.
       •  Remember communication. The Police Department serves as a center for coordinating information and services should any type of emergency response be required. This includes contacts with local, state, and federal law enforcement officials, with fire and medical services, and emergency management agencies.

    One can reach the Triton Police Department at Ext. 3206, 3207, 3208, or at 456-6911 (direct line) or Emergency House Phone, dial 11. or dial 911.

    Note: During a major incident, cell phones may cease to work due to the excessive volume of calls. Have a back-up plan to using a cell phone. Program alternative emergency numbers in your cell phone in case “911” is overwhelmed.