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Published on Apr 6, 2012
Improved by adding a new program, Smart 911. It's a way to create a profile and share information about yourself that will help first responders, should an emergency ever happen. You can let them know what you are allergic to or if you have a health condition.
Todd Miller says, "When you create the profile it is only made available to 911 when it is dialed." Miller with Smart 911 says it's a safe way to open up a better line of communication better. He adds, "In collaboration with the deaf and hard of hearing community we are working on way for text messaging to be integrated into the 911 center."
Mayor David Morris agrees, this is a needed program to ensure people's safety. He says, "We're extremely proud to be the first city to implement this program cause it will mean a lot and save a lot of lives and save people." By giving responders a leg up-by, letting them know more about you before they arrive. Morris says, "It's helpful for the deaf, the blind and anyone with problems."