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« Reply #20 on: September 11, 2017, 11:19:45 PM »

Any officer working a shelter is not going to be called away. That is their assigned post and they will not be subject to calls outside of said post. Also they are generally officers that have been called in or held over from their shifts. Trust me I was almost one today  8)
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« Reply #21 on: September 11, 2017, 11:46:15 PM »

Speaking of shelters, I read this. Moderators, please allow for a little diversion from the OP.


In it he implies that shelters in Florida are opened without due regard for gender and/or age. He states having a potential sex offender lying right next to a child.

How are shelters handled at other states? As far as you have seen?

In New York City the shelters opened by OEM may not face such problem. The managers set up a classroom or more if needed for families. Others for adult males. Others for female adults.

I do not see a sex offender getting close to a child here.

And the same could be done for CAP volunteers! One for male cadets. Another for female cadets. And another for senior members. Or the seniors can sleep in the adult by gender rooms...
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