Re: fire & police response
- From Today's Times - Firefighters responded to the Donal Avenue
campus about 5:45 a.m. Saturday after a school district police
officer discovered the fire, said Vince Kilmartin, associate
superintendent of operations with the West Contra Costa Unified
Kilmartin said the officer was responding to an intrusion alarm on
campus. He doesn't know what caused the fire but said the burglar
alarm could have been triggered by a person or the fire itself.
--- In email@example.com, "Francie" <fdkunaniec@y...> wrote:
> That's a very good question to ask, Kevin. At our older/not-being-
> remodeled site, the fire alarms work quite well - when there's a
> and also when the students don't want to go to class.
> I'd be curious to know about response times for burglar alarms -
> which ties in to the current discussion on safety and District
> vs. contracts with local police. Also, is there a difference in
> response times for weekend burglaries at different sites (i.e.
> PD vs CC Sheriffs who are responsible for the sites that are
> city boundaries)?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Kevin Rivard" <kfrivard@h...>
> > Not to diminish the neighbors and firefighters quick response
> > there was a burglar, fire alarm systems in our schools.
> > If this assumption is wrong for the older schools is there
> > installed in the refurbished remodeled schools?
> > I will inquire at this weeks BOC meeting and get back with an
> > there is no response before.
> > Kevin