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There’s a “new” government protocol, that’s similar to Martial Law, being used for dealing with emergencies to supposedly prevent a disaster from getting worse. Of course one would think this would be some terrible event like a massive natural disaster, an unavoidable biological attack, or something to that effect but the truth of the matter is ANYTHING can spark this “order” being put into place! The following is an excerpt from The Centers For Disease Control (CDC) website:
“Shelter-in-place” means to take immediate shelter where you are—at home, work, school, or in between. It may also mean “seal the room;” in other words, take steps to prevent outside air from coming in. This is because local authorities may instruct you to “shelter-in-place” if chemical or radiological contaminants are released into the environment. It is important to listen to TV or radio to understand whether the authorities wish you to merely remain indoors or to take additional steps to protect yourself and your family.
***To bring you up to date about how this procedure is already in affect please refer to these incidents:
One million people are caught in the Boston city security lockdown as police hunt the surviving marathon bomb suspect. Streets are deserted as authorities warned residents to lock their doors and remain inside as they continue the manhunt for the surviving suspect from the marathon bombing as the entire city of Boston is deserted. The city is being controlled by SWAT teams and an army of police as they try to keep everyone indoors by shutting down the entire public transportation system, closing schools and ordering businesses to remain closed for the day. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority subway and commuter rail system is shut down until further notice as officials try to keep citizens off the streets following the fatal shoot out in Watertown early Friday morning that lead to the death of the first suspect.
~Article Source Link: Boston is on LOCKDOWN as the ENTIRE CITY told to stay indoors
A manhunt in Valley Springs led to a shelter-in-place order after the death of a 8-year-old child Saturday. Multiple law enforcement agencies combed the area Saturday afternoon for a man believed to be armed and dangerous, described as a white or Latino male, with long gray hair, 6 feet tall, muscular build, last seen wearing a black long-sleeved shirt and blue pants. Details were scarce, but television station KCRA in Sacramento reported that a 12-year-old boy encountered an intruder in his home. The man ran away and the boy went to check on his sister and found her with stab wounds. She was pronounced dead at a local hospital, the station reported.
~Article Source Link: Search on after child’s death in Valley Springs
During last week’s events in Boston, residents were told to “shelter in place,” which raises the question, would you know what to do if a similar order was issued in Philadelphia? In the Emergency Management section of the City of Philadelphia’s website, there are now some guidelines for residents to follow. First and foremost, the city says residents should be prepared to shelter in place for at least three days, which means stocking supplies like medications, food, batteries, drinking water, flashlights and more inside of an emergency kit. And if a shelter in place order is issued, you and your family should go indoors immediately with all doors and windows locked and your fireplace damper closed. Pets should be kept with you inside a room designated as your shelter in place space. That room should be above street level, allow room for everyone in your family, have access to bathroom facilities and be equipped with a telephone jack. Officials also say that you should be prepared to turn off all heating and cooling systems and to cover cracks along doorways and windows with tape, wet rags or towels.
~Article Source Link: Philadelphia Advises Residents On What To Do If Ordered To ‘Shelter In Place’
When a train derailed in Paulsboro late last year spilling a toxic chemical, residents of the town as well as neighboring Greenwich Township, were ordered to “Shelter in Place,” but many local residents were left unsure of what exactly that meant and what they were supposed to do. In an attempt to educate the two towns’ residents in case of any future instances, there will be two information sessions held this week informing the people of what procedures are expected if they are put under such orders again. “We need to get the information out so everyone understands,” Greenwich Township Mayor George Shivery said. “God forbid we have another instance like we did with the derailment, people need to understand what we have to do.”
~Article Source Link: Township to hold Shelter-in-Place seminars
The Naval Academy conducts security exercises based on a variety of scenarios throughout the year, said Jenny Erickson, a spokeswoman for the academy. Last year, for example, the academy participated in the week-long Solid Curtain, a test of security measures at military facilities around the nation. The drill, which started with a simulation of shots ringing out at Sampson Hall, was designed to help officials prepare for a terrorist or criminal event. Academy officials said that within 10 minutes of the first “shot,” emergency text messages and emails had been sent to every faculty member, staff person and midshipman. A loudspeaker, heard across the Yard, told everyone to shelter in place. Erickson said the academy cannot discuss specifics of emergency response, but that the school is prepared to notify the community by way of phone calls, press releases and briefings for the media. In an emergency, officials would coordinate with local agencies, as well as the Naval Criminal Investigation Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
~Article Source Link: How prepared is Anne Arundel for a disaster scenario?
A massive warehouse fire in east Houston prompted fire officials to order a shelter in place. The fire broke out Sunday afternoon at a warehouse on Kress near Old Clinton Road. Investigators said the fire began in a small shed, but quickly grew after it was fanned by 18 mile-per-hour gusts of winds, and fed by pallets of scrap paper and cardboard. Around noon, investigators said the fire was sending up a thick, black column of smoke that could be seen for miles. At one point, firefighters said they worried the smoke drifting over neighborhoods to the north might be toxic. That’s when officials called for a shelter in place.
~Article Source Link: Warehouse fire prompts shelter in place
The active search for the man accused of killing his wife and two young girls in Shingletown, Ca has moved about 200 miles west of the crime scene. Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputies tell KRCR News Channel 7 that they have located Miller’s truck at the mouth of the Mattole River in Petrolia. It’s about 50 miles south of Eureka on California’s North Coast. Lt. Steve Knight with the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office says their office received a call around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon from a citizen saying that he or she had seen Shane Miller’s gold Dodge 2010 pickup truck at the mouth of the Mattole River in Petrolia. The sheriff’s deputies, CHP, Fortuna Police Dept. and Rio Dell Police Dept. responded to the area. While traveling to the scene, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office began receiving 9-11 calls that the suspect was on the move and driving on the Mattole Rd. toward Honeydew. After an extensive search, they located the truck parked and vacant in the 30,000 block of Mattole Rd. Deputies remain on the scene and are actively looking for Miller. Anyone residing in the area is requested to shelter in place. No word if that order has been lifted yet.
~Article Source Link: Shingletown Residents Told To Shelter-in-Place
A fire breaks out in Jurupa Valley and prompts a shelter-in-place order at Van Buren Elementary School. A 12-acre vegetation fire on Thursday destroyed multiple structures and prompted an evacuation order at an elementary school in Jurupa Valley, officials said. The blaze was likely sparked by a discarded cigarette, according to Riverside County Fire Department Capt. Scott Visyak. “The cause of the fire was determined by CAL FIRE Investigators to be a discarded hot object, most likely a cigarette,” the department said in its 1:23 p.m. update on the blaze. Officials with the Riverside County Fire Department said students at Van Buren Elementary School were evacuated to Mira Loma Middle School. Evacuations were also ordered at a nearby Chevon station. The blaze was 50 percent contained as of about 11:15 a.m., when it had grown from 5 acres to 12 acres. It was full contained by 2 p.m.
~Article Source Link: 12-Acre Fire in Jurupa Valley
A police search for a man suspected of attacking a 21-year old in Fredericksburg prompted the University of Mary Washington to issue a lockdown in the middle of the night. Around 1:30 a.m., police received a call from the injured victim, a resident at Greenbriar Apartments. He said he’d been beaten and tied up by a man that he knew, said police spokeswoman Natatia Bledsoe. The victim was covered in blood with a number of lacerations over his head, and was likely struck by something repeatedly, Bledsoe said Sunday morning. Before being taken to the hospital, the victim provided a name and description of the suspect. A city officer then saw an individual matching that description at the intersection of College Avenue and William Street, but when approached, the man ran onto the UMW campus, Bledsoe said. A Stafford officer brought a K-9 to the campus, since there wasn’t a dog available in the city at the time. Police tried to track the suspect, but were unsuccessful. Alerts from UMW around 3:30 a.m. said the suspect was possibly armed, but Bledsoe could not confirm if he had been. The university-issued lockdown was a precautionary measure since the suspect had been seen running onto campus, Bledsoe said. The “shelter in place” emergency warning was discontinued at 4:18 p.m.
~Article Source Link: Suspect found in Spotsylvania after city beating led to UMW lockdown
An armed West Whiteland man surrendered after a standoff for several hours with authorities at his Scott Drive residence Friday night, according to the The Chester County Daily Local. Police received a report of the man who barricaded himself in the home Friday night at about 6:40 p.m., according to the article. Less than three hours into the standoff, the man was taken into custody, according to the article. The Daily Local said the man was taken to Chester County Hospital for treatment of non life-threatening, self-inflicted injuries. Residents in part of the West Whiteland area, a few miles north of West Chester, were ordered to shelter in place during the standoff Friday night. Police confirmed late Friday night that a reverse 911 call was made to area residents advising them to “shelter in place,” but the incident had been resolved.
~Article Source Link: Armed Man in Chesco House Surrenders After Standoff
An electrical vault fire in downtown San Francisco belched smoke and flames for almost two hours Friday afternoon while fire crews and Pacific Gas and Electric tried in vain to shut it down. Firefighters closed off a two block radius around Polk and O’Farrell. The smoke stopped and then started again and within minutes balls of flame were rising 20 feet above the street. Police ordered onlookers to move back and most businesses near the fire closed. A shelter-in-place was ordered and residents took refuge from the thick, black smoke.
~Article Source Link: Explosion, fire closed SF streets
One person thought it was a rifle but it turned out to be a pool cue. The report of a man carrying a rifle on his back came in around 8 a.m. Friday morning. It’s a report that caused four central Sioux Falls schools to lock the doors and led a dozen police officers to canvass the neighborhood around 38th Street and Phillips Avenue. That part of town is right by the Sioux Falls School District headquarters and Robert Frost Elementary School. “When I got here I noticed there was a police car out front and a policeman at the door,” parent Julia Bitz said. Officers greeted parents and students after doors were locked at Robert Frost Elementary and three other schools in the area. The schools were not under a lockdown but were under a shelter-in-place order. Bitz was inside Robert Frost at the time.
~Article Source Link: Students ‘Shelter In Place’ For Man With Pool Cue
Lake Olympia Middle School performed a shelter in place drill yesterday after two students reported at 10 a.m. that a student may have had a weapon on campus. “As part of the ongoing Fort Bend ISD police investigation at Lake Olympia Middle School today, a seventh-grade male student was arrested and charged with terroristic threat and places weapons prohibited,” said Stacey Crews, FBISD’s Director of Communications. “Again, no weapon was found at the campus.” According to a letter sent to parents by school principal Kimberly Carroll, an investigation was conducted with campus administrators and Fort Bend Independent School District Police Department. Students remained in their second period classes while the investigation was underway.
~Article Source Link: Student arrested and charged with terroristic threat after weapon reported on campus
A package initially deemed suspicious prompted a shelter-in-place order at Del Campo High School on Tuesday. San Juan Unified School District spokesman Trent Allen said the suspicious package was found on the school’s driveway on Dewey Ave. just after 10 a.m. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Dept. was called to the scene to investigate and students and faculty were advised to shelter in place immediately, said Allen. The sheriff’s department dispatched their Explosives Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team who sprayed water on the package before looking inside and discovering a Taco Bell wrapper wrapped in duct tape, Allen said. EOD removed the package, lifted the shelter-in-place order and the scene was cleared.
~Article Source Link: Taco Bell Crime of the Week: Taco Bell Wrapper Mistaken for Bomb!