- Keep the caller on the line as long you can and attempt to obtain as much information as possible.
- Ask for the message to be repeated to confirm it. Write down all information received.
- If possible, record the message.
- Possible questions to ask the caller include:
- When is the bomb going to explode?
- Where is the bomb located?
- What kind of bomb is it?
- What does it look like?
- Why was the bomb placed there?
- Listen closely to the voice (male or female), voice quality (calm or excited), accents, age of caller and speech impediments. Try to obtain the caller's identity.
- Pay particular attention to background noises, which may give a clue as to the location of the caller.
- Report the threat immediately by calling 9-1-1
- The Department of Public Safety 856-256-4911
- Wait for instructions from emergency responders (e.g., Police Dispatchers, Police, Bomb Squad, etc.)
- Do not activate the fire alarm, unless instructed to do so by emergency responders.
- If found do not touch or handle the suspicious package.
DO NOT USE cellular phones or two-way radios near package.