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Get The Free Emergency + App For Your Smartphone

Emergency +
Emergency +

Emergency + By National Triple Zero Awareness Work Group

Save the app that could save your life.

‘Emergency +’ is a national app developed by Australia’s emergency services and their Government and industry partners, helping people to call the right number at the right time, anywhere in Australia. The app uses a mobile phone’s GPS functionality so callers can provide emergency call-takers with their location information as determined by their smart phone. ‘Emergency+’ also includes SES and Police Assistance Line numbers as options, so non-emergency calls are made to the most appropriate number.

When calling Triple Zero (000), remember to stay focused, stay relevant, and stay on the line. Before you call, ask yourself:

  • Is someone seriously injured or in need of urgent medical help?
  • Is your life or property being threatened?
  • Have you just witnessed a serious accident or crime?

If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, call Triple Zero (000). Triple Zero calls are free.

The Emergency+ smartphone app is FREE and available for download from:

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Texas Police Officer Survives Horror Crash With An 18 Wheeler Semi Truck

Grand Prairie Police Department Crash

Two Grand Prairie police officers are lucky they weren’t seriously injured in two separate serious accidents in two days.

Video captured by a nearby traffic camera and a police dash camera shows the moment an officer was hit by a semi-truck at the intersection of Texas State Highway 161 and Pioneer Parkway in Grand Prairie on Friday. Police say the truck driver ran a red light.

“A fully loaded 18-wheeler ran the red light going westbound and plowed right into the left side of his Tahoe, spun it almost a complete 360 degrees,” said Sgt. Eric Hansen with the Grand Prairie Police Department Traffic Unit. “Fortunately, he wasn’t hurt, but the vehicle may be totaled.”

Watch on NBCDFW.


Leniency For Terrorist Sympathiser Who Bashed His Mother And Threatened Police

A terrorist sympathiser who bashed his elderly mother and threatened police and government officials is better off in the community than in jail, a magistrate has said. Khodr Moustafa Taha, 35, of Brunswick, pleaded guilty to 10 charges, including using a carriage service to threaten, after he sent a series of tweets that included support for Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis between October and December last year. When Taha was interviewed by police he admitted to running the “Angel of Death” Twitter site and making threats to kill US President Barak Obama. He denied possessing child porn, but allegedly admitted to seeing the content online.

Read the full story in Adelaide Now.


Kensington Police Open Day Photos – Part 2

KensoCops-Open-Day-34When Kensington Police opened their doors to the public on Sunday May 24th, our local celebrities Fiona, Pamela, and Marty were there to enjoy the event and take some spectacular photos.

In case you have missed it, we have more photo galleries in Part 1.

Today we present the rest of the amazing photos in full HD:

If you would like to reuse these photos for commercial purposes, please contact us and we will get you in touch with the respective photographers.

Three NSW Police Officers Assaulted At A Loud Rouse Hill Party

Three police officers have allegedly been assaulted after attempting to close down a raucous party at Rouse Hill on Friday night.

Police from the Hills local area command were called to a community hall on Bellcast Road just before midnight on Friday, after receiving complaints of loud noise…


Behind The Scenes With WA’s Elite Tactical Response Group Police

If terrorists hit, the Tactical Response Group will swing into action. Nicole Cox goes behind the scenes with WA’s elite police force.

The blast disintegrates the white, late-model sedan in an instant. Fragments of razor-sharp shrapnel and the car’s bonnet cannon metres into the air before the car bursts into flames… read more.


In Honor of National Police Week, Local Police Officers Share Their Career Experiences

National Police Week culminated Friday in Peace Officers Memorial Day, designated by President John F. Kennedy in 1962 to recognize law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. In honor of the occasion and to get a glimpse into the lives of the people behind the badges, the Journal-World conducted a question and answer session with some of the officers who serve and protect the Lawrence community. By Caitlin Doornbos


Police In Western New South Wales To Boycott Courts Unless They’re Allowed To Carry Guns

Western New South Wales police say they won’t be attending court unless they’re allowed to carry weapons into court. The Police association said criminals could sneak weapons into courts and police need to protect themselves and the public…


Ed: we’re seeing elements of “de-policing” in US, Australia, what’s next?