In Case of A Bomb Threat
The Bomb Threat Checklist is an orange card that you can hold up to alert your co-workers that you have received a bomb threat. It contains the same questions listed below and can be kept by or under your phone so you're immediately ready in case of an emergency.
If you receive a bomb threat:
- Check the exact time.
- Listen carefully to the caller's voice.
- Write down the caller's exact words.
- Use the Bomb Threat Checklist.
- Ask questions, particularly about:
- location of device,
- time of detonation, and
- type of device.
- Listen for background noises.
- Note the time the caller hangs up.
- Hang up the phone. Immediately call 911
CALL 911 and report:
- Your name.
- Location and telephone number you are calling from.
- The situation.
- Location of the device, if known.
- Time it is set to detonate, if known.
- Type of device, if known.
- Exact time you received the call.
- Any other information on the Bomb Threat Checklist.
- Alerts on University of Alaska
- Your supervisor, department/college administrator or building coordinator