|Re: Reverse 911|
|Rick Merrill (rick0.merrill@NOSPAM.gmail.com)|
Thu, 15 Mar 2007 12:07:27 -0400
>>>>> and it was an "amber alert" about a missing boy in our town.
> Why would they expect people sitting at home in their residences to
First, they only notify people within a few miles of the "last seen"
> Is there enough likelihood of success that it justifies disturbing
> I'm in favor of locating missing children, but these "Amber alerts"
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Around here, the cable company runs a
Yes! I run the local cable access TV and want to do exactly that!
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