Intrado Communications is the company behind assigning every home a threat rating and it’s run by two former deputies, the FBI and DHS.
“They brought on partners who have experience in areas of public safety and technology who they met while running Intrado – from their time as entrepreneurs and sheriff’s deputies when they launched 911-services company SCC Communications Corp. in 1979, later raising venture funding, changing its name to Intrado, going public on the Nasdaq exchange and being acquired by a larger public company for approximately one-half billion dollars.”
Intrado’s co-founders, (two former cops) were inducted into the Business Hall of Fame for creating a national home threat assessment program!
“Heinrichs and Meer were inducted into the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame in 2006. They are serving as PSV’s managing partners and have brought on operating partner Terry Gold, founder of Gold Systems, a communications and speech recognition software company in Boulder; general partner Jim Davis, a former FBI agent…”
Did you catch that? Intrado also has FBI agents helping them create a national home threat assessment program.
What is Smart911?
“With Smart911, citizens enter personal information online, which is then automatically available to a 911 call taker. The additional data provided is far more extensive than what is typically available to a 911 telecommunicator, and can include information about health, disabilities, family members or pets, and a home address affiliated with a cell phone number.”
“… Smart911 is a national system that provides citizens with the ability tocreate safety profiles online holding personal data that is automatically displayed to 911 only during emergency calls. Information can include children’s photos, medical conditions, disabilities, home addresses of cellphone callers, or other rescue-related information…”
Intrado is using clever word play to convince Americans to give police their family photos.
“Safety profiles can detail medical conditions, allergies and disabilities… law enforcement can have instant access to photos of children to save critical time when searching for a missing child, or key details about a household in the event of a silent call.”
Soon cops everywhere will be asking Americans to provide them with “SAFETY PROFILES“!
Smart911 is much worse than giving police your ‘safety profiles’.
Smart911 assigns every home in America with a color coded threat rating based on pizza deliveries!
Smart911 is really about police showing up in force, when responding to anyone or anything the government deems a threat.
DHS is paying West Corp., (Intrado) $4.2 million to provide them with radios and microphones.
Why is DHS buying microphones, if they’re not being used to spy on Americans?
West Corp., went out of their way to expand their relationship with DHS.
“We are pleased to further expand our relationship with DHS. This is an agency with communications requirements 24 hours a day. Our team is committed to support that mission as seamlessly and effectively as possible. We look forward to working with DHS for many years to come” RELM President and Chief Executive Officer David Storey said.
West Corp., even uses “Homeland” and a Norse mythological reference to Thor to sell its portable communications and command centers to police. It’s called the Tactical Homeland Operational Response (THOR) Shield.
The THOR Shield includes a two-story, 80-foot-long mobile spying vehicle(s) that “offers public safety, homeland security and other agencies full-scale, rapid response capabilities.”
Intrado’s THOR surveillance vehicles
What they’re really saying is, police can use THOR to spy on demonstrations.
“Serving a multitude of scenarios, THOR has supported local emergency communications for large-scale events such as the Super Bowl, the Martin Luther King 50th Anniversary celebration in Washington, D.C., open air concerts in diverse locations, and many systems’ deployments and upgrades.”
A statement by Intrado’s founder reveals what’s really happening.
In other words Intrado has strong connections with the FBI, DHS and “the culture of public safety” otherwise known as law enforcement.
Intrado is one of 67 corporations spying on Americans communications for DHS.
DHS’s National Coordinating Center for Communications (NCC) continuously monitors national and international incidents and events that may impact emergency communications.
According to DHS, ” It was the private sector that first recommended the establishment of a centralized government-industry coordination center. Today, 24 federal government agencies and over 50 private sector communications and information technology companies routinely share critical communications information…”
Let that sink in for a moment, Sixty-Seven American companies allegedly asked DHS to create a National Communications Spy Center!
Where does the Police State stop? How long before Americans are arrested for crimes they haven’t committed yet?
Cops around the country are training their officers to recognize signs of anti-government extremism and to exercise caution during routine traffic stops, etc.
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