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Resources for Responders

Resources for First Responders

It is with genuine respect, support and gratitude that we first thank you for your public service! 911READY continues to work closely with Law Enforcement, Fire & Rescue and Emergency Medical Services to develop our programs and services to provide you with extra tools and information to assist in your emergency response.

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911READY RESOURCES FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

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If you are an emergency responder and would like your department, station or city to participate in the 911READY and/or 911READY Bag Programs, please complete the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your service to your community and your interest in these innovative programs!

The 911READY BAG Training video shows use of the 911READY Bags in simulated use.

An integral part of the success of the 911READY Bag Program is the feedback we receive from law enforcement, fire and rescue and emergency medical services responders who have used the 911READY BAG in the field. Please share you experience here. We appreciate your service to the community!

911CARES: First Responder Request to Help a Child in Need 

911CARES is a program created for Emergency Responders servicing Downriver* cities and townships to get specific necessities for a child in need in their community. This program is designed to help law enforcement, fire and rescue and emergency medical responders assist children in their community without incurring out of pocket expenses. For example, if you are an officer and recognize a child in need of shoes, a coat or whatever other item you deem a legitimate need, complete the form below and we will make every effort to help fulfill this need. Once fulfilled, the item will be brought to you and you can deliver it to the child, further reinforcing the positive relationships between responders and members of the community. All that we ask is that NO pictures of children are taken. If you would like to take a picture with the item(s) you will deliver and mention that you are working with 911READY to bring positive community changes to post on social media, please feel free to tag us.

If you are an emergency responder and would like your department, station or city to participate in the 911READY and/or 911READY Bag Programs, please complete the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your service to your community and your interest in these innovative programs!

The 911READY BAG Training video shows use of the 911READY Bags in simulated use.

An integral part of the success of the 911READY Bag Program is the feedback we receive from law enforcement, fire and rescue and emergency medical services responders who have used the 911READY BAG in the field. Please share you experience here. We appreciate your service to the community!

911CARES: First Responder Request to Help a Child in Need 

911CARES is a program created for Emergency Responders servicing Downriver* cities and townships to get specific necessities for a child in need in their community. This program is designed to help law enforcement, fire and rescue and emergency medical responders assist children in their community without incurring out of pocket expenses. For example, if you are an officer and recognize a child in need of shoes, a coat or whatever other item you deem a legitimate need, complete the form below and we will make every effort to help fulfill this need. Once fulfilled, the item will be brought to you and you can deliver it to the child, further reinforcing the positive relationships between responders and members of the community. All that we ask is that NO pictures of children are taken. If you would like to take a picture with the item(s) you will deliver and mention that you are working with 911READY to bring positive community changes to post on social media, please feel free to tag us.