Mono County Sheriff Implements CodeRED Community Notification System

Sheriff Ingrid Braun CodeRED

Mono County Sheriff Ingrid Braun – Press Release

This is Mono County Sheriff Ingrid Braun with an important message for all residents and businesses located in Mono County.

We have licensed the CodeRED Community Notification System to help disseminate important or critical information. The purpose of this message is to ensure we have your correct contact information.

Please go to monocounty.ca.gov, click on the CodeRED link located under the Residents section, or text MonoCounty to 99411 from your mobile phone. Use the Login link in the upper right to review and update your contact information, including additional phone numbers, and text and email addresses.

If you know of anyone who lives in Mono County who did not receive this call, please encourage them to visit monocounty.ca.gov, or text MonoCounty to 99411 from their mobile phone to enter their information.

If you do not have Internet access, please contact a friend or family member to help add your contact information to the emergency database. You can also call Public Information Officer Sarah Roberts at the Mono County Sheriff’s Office at 760-932-5279 for assistance.

Thank you.

 

8 Responses to Mono County Sheriff Implements CodeRED Community Notification System

  1. Neil Newcomb November 15, 2020 at 7:40 pm #

    The early bird catches the worm!

     
  2. David Dennison November 15, 2020 at 3:42 pm #

    Remember the olden’ days,when people didn’t need alerts and alarms,smart phone calls,e-mails and text messages churning out advise on how to get through possible and/or upcoming maybe emergency events,with others telling you how to survive them ?
    And especially when it involves early morning phone calls made ahead of time in order to get your information..

     
    • Charles James November 15, 2020 at 9:35 pm #

      DD,
      Many years ago, while with the lifeguard service in Los Angeles, I had a secretary from England. She told me a story about how, when she first came to New York, she walked up to the hotel clerk and asked that she be “knocked up at 6am.” She said his jaw dropped! Here we ask for “wake-up calls”; there apparently, they prefer to get “knocked up!” As you said, who needs all this technology when you can get “knocked up” at 6:15 in person rather than an annoying phone call! Are we spoiled…or not spoiled enough?

       
      • David Dennison November 16, 2020 at 7:19 am #

        Charles James
        Throughout my life,whenever I myself needed to wake up early,I used this invention called an alarm clock.
        I even set the time and turned it on all by myself !
        When we had that earthquake a few months ago,I was offered a free smart phone,just “in case” we had another,bigger one,and I needed to be told about it, advised and told what to do next,if it were to happen.
        I turned the offer down,figuring ,if another one did come along,I’d somehow feel it myself and act accordingly,depending how big it might be.. without sitting in a chair waiting and watching my phone,telling me what was happening,why the house was shaking,and what I should do next.

         
  3. Joyce Parkhurst November 14, 2020 at 6:23 pm #

    I am 85 ears old and getting a phone call at 6:15 am scared the hell out of me. Surely you can find a better time for a non-emergency call!!

     
  4. eastside123 November 13, 2020 at 6:08 pm #

    I appreciate having a system like Code Red Notification available to me. However, I did not like getting the reminder to update call at 6:17 this morning. Hearing my phone ring at that time made me think someone was calling about a real emergency!

     
  5. mammothite November 13, 2020 at 4:45 pm #

    And can you please explain why this red alert message went out at dawn this morning. Yes 6am, to my cell phone and my house phone. What the heck. Was this the only time you people could have done a test.
    What you guys are a bunch of country Bumpkins.

     
  6. Charles O. Jones November 13, 2020 at 4:31 pm #

    So is this different than the previous emergency alert system the county had been using? If we’ve been previously registered, and have not had any changes in contact info, are any actions required to continue receiving emergency notifications?

     

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