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CodeRED keeps LA residents informed

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County > System was used for WR situation in July

By The Staff

Los Alamos County used its CodeRED System for White Rock residents during the July 31 search for a juvenile whom local police believed was armed and had allegedly shot at a parked car.
The county said last week that the system worked as it was supposed to but believed, after using it during the incident, many people don’t know about the system.
For information purposes, the county published more information about CodeRED and what it is designed to do.
The system is a free emergency notification system used to inform resident about emergency information, such as a possible public safety issue.
Those may include AMBER alerts, emergency preparedness, wildfires, public health crisis, criminal activity, notifications of hazardous traffic or road conditions, advisories or evacuation notices.
Residents are notified through telephone, text messages and social media regarding such emergency notifications.
According to the county, its CodeRED database includes information from several different public databases, including local and regional phone books. However, the county warned residents about assuming their contact information was already contained in the county’s database.
Instead, safety officials urged residents to register for the system if they weren’t sure they had already done so.


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